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“One-Upping de Blasio? Again?” was the front part of a New York Times headline for a Columbus Day story strongly implying that Governor Cuomo picked the holiday to announce that the state woul…

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“It’s sad,” my Aunt Frances said from the rehab facility in Holmdel, N.J. where she had been taken after breaking her femur a few days earlier…

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The City Council will soon vote on a plan to shut down Rikers Island and replace it with smaller jails in every borough except Staten Island. …

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Detectives Endowment Association President Michael J. Palladino last month submitted testimony on police and the use of force on behalf of the…

To the Editor: It was the second punishment for a first offense. Arguably, sometimes jeopardy warrants being doubled.

To the Editor: Frank DeSanna is wrong (Oct. 11 letter) for so many reasons, my response will be longer than his letter.

To The Editor: With all due respect to my fellow Americans, most of us simply don’t know that a “liberal/progressive” is not the same thing as a “socialist.”

To the Editor: Richard Steier makes the same mistake as many reporters when he writes in his Razzle Dazzle of Sept. 27, 2019 of “…uneasiness that many Democrats…have about forsaking their empl…

To the Editor: Dr. Irwin Polishook and I became friends at the Municipal Labor Committee. In those days the MLC had an annual conference at Atlantic City. Neither Dr. Polishook nor I were into…

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There are two Federal tax credits available to help you offset the costs of higher education for yourself or your dependents. These are the American Opportunity Tax Credit (AOTC) and the Lifet…

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A day to honor and recognize the American labor movement—and to pay tribute to workers—was conceived in the late 19th century. While most of us mark the first Monday in September as a holiday, the nature of some jobs keeps others working. Photographer Rebecca White recently tagged along with… Read more