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With the arrest of a Brooklyn State Supreme Court Justice and a retired NYPD officer who served for years in leadership positions with the Municipal Credit Union for allegedly bilking it of hu…

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So the City Council approved the closing of Rikers Island Oct. 17. Speaker Corey Johnson and his predecessor, Melissa Mark-Viverito—who was th…

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The great author and philosopher George Santayana once observed: “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Our Titans o…

To the Editor: Concerning James Rodenas’s letter in the Sept. 27 issue responding to my Sept. 13 letter calling for mandatory surrender of assault rifles, he describes himself as a pragmatist,…

To the Editor: What is the difference between Elijah E. Cummings and Donald J. Trump? I think it’s clear that it is a contrast of class versus crass.

To the Editor: President Trump’s attempt to pressure Ukraine’s President to help him in the 2020 election by investigating one of his potential opponents was yet another clear signal that Trum…

To the Editor: Finally, the tables have turned; the man who led chants of “lock her up” now finds himself knee-deep in legal troubles.

To the Editor: To answer Richard Steier’s headline question to his superb column (Oct. 4 issue), “Is Trump a Traitor, or Just a Thief at Heart, I will give the obvious answer.

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New York’s public-school personnel belong to one of two Teachers’ Retirement Systems (TRS). Those employed by the City School District of New York are members of the Teachers’ Retirement Syste…

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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