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Structural fires and emergency medical calls were both down during the fiscal year that ended June 30, but a doubling in manhole fires, helped push Fire Department runs over 1 million, compare…

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Whoever coined the phrase "You can never be too rich or too thin" was only half right when it comes to the de Blasio administration's lawsuit …

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Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, from the time then-President Donald Trump nominated him for the job last year, has behaved like a man with two…

To the Editor: On Sept. 15, Mayor de Blasio issued Emergency Executive Order 241 imposing drastic measures and severe discipline on correction officers "in order to address the conditions at D…

To the Editor: In the last 12 years, the management in the Department of Correction has been a dismal failure. Unfortunately, NYC Correction Officers and uniformed managers have been made the …

To the Editor: The Managerial Employees Association is disappointed that the Mayor has rushed to call all remaining city employees back to their offices Sept. 13. Managers across the city had …

To the Editor: On the sacred and patriotic day of 9/11/21, 20 years after the terrorist attack on our city and our nation, Donald Trump visited a firehouse and a police stationhouse, and surpr…

To the Editor: A political adage that I have long held to be true is that Democrats have been cleaning up Republican messes since 1933. This is particularly apropos today. The origins, of cour…

Americans are more pro-labor and less favorable toward big business than at any time in the last half-century, according to research cited by two labor researchers writing for The Guardian.