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The city pension systems will invest $4 billion in climate-change-solution companies and projects over the next three years, doubling the existing green-energy investments.

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HONORING THEIR DEAD: Police officers from the 94th Precinct in Brooklyn, in a ritual that was repeated outside stationhouses throughout the city, gathered in the street at 8:46 a.m. Sept. 11—t…

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During the annual 9/11 firefighter memorial service at the Firemen’s Monument in Riverside Park, FDNY Chaplain Stephen Harding made a point of…

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In joining with Mayor de Blasio and City Comptroller Scott Stringer last week for an announcement that the city’s five retirement systems woul…

Former President Barack Obama’s “Young people have to vote” speech in Urbana, Illinois, was one of the most necessary and inspiring speeches I have ever heard. Thank you, President Obama, for …

Shortly after his inauguration as our first President on April 30, 1789, George Washington faced a dilemma.

In the race to decide the Democratic candidate for New York’s gubernatorial election, the candidacy of the progressive Cynthia Nixon and her call for reform of New York’s Taylor Law was greete…

Reading David Harsanyi’s article about the censoring of comic Norm MacDonald justifies my concerns over the attack on due process that is occurring today as a result of the “#MeToo” movement.

The Aug. 24 “For The Record” column made much of President Donald Trump signing the John McCain defense bill while not mentioning McCain. But there’s no questioning why we should be spending $…

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Work means different things to different people, but it can give you a sense of self, a community to rely on, and much-needed structure. Some people define themselves through their careers, wh…

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1. Be wary of aggressive phone scams. Remember, the IRS and the New York Tax Department will contact you by mail first and will never threaten you over the phone or demand payment be made thro…

In our latest podcast, Bob Hennelly and Richard Steier discuss the impact of the Supreme Court's ruling in the Janus v. AFSCME case. What it could mean for workers moving forward?