Interviews & Profiles

Nonprofit CEO and New York City Council Candidate Amber Adler.
Nonprofit CEO Amber Adler would be one of the first Orthodox Jewish women elected to the Council
Eric Gonzalez, Brooklyn's first Latino district attorney.
The reformist prosecutor fights a crime wave and police misconduct at the same time.
Dave Chokshi, the new commissioner of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Health Commissioner Dave Chokshi on school reopenings, hyperlocal targeting and pandemic politics.
Mike Nieves, President of HITN & Roberto Ramirez, Founding Partner of The MirRam Group congratulate each other at the 50 Over 50 Awards
HITN’s “Estudio DC” features interviews with members of Congress and other experts.
Alejandra Caraballo, a trans Latina and Democratic socialist, could just make history as the first trans person ever elected to the City Council.
A Q&A with the Brooklyn lawyer and community board member on her campaign for Laurie Cumbo’s seat.
Andrew Rigie, executive director of the NYC Hospitality Alliance.
An industry leader asks why city restaurants can’t follow the same rules as upstate eateries.
Assembly Member Nathalia Fernandez who is running for Bronx Borough President.
Nathalia Fernandez wants to mend a divided borough as Bronx beep.
State Senator Brad Hoylman wants to leave the state Senate, where he’s served since 2013, to become the next Manhattan borough president.
A Q&A with the prolific state senator who is now running for Manhattan borough president.
Chi Ossé, a 22-year-old activist running for the New York City Council in District 36.
New York City’s marches and protests against police brutality invigorated the 22-year-old candidate.
Jamaal Bowman defeated Rep. Eliot Engel for the NY-16 Congressional seat.
This year’s AOC on how he beat Eliot Engel, his top policy priorities and how to pay for them.