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Contending "it's like Russian Roulette out there," a top official of the District Council 37 local representing Engineers, Architects and other city professionals Sept. 15 questioned Mayor de …

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Nearly a year after the city’s public-hospital system applied for Federal reimbursement for coronavirus costs, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has agreed to pay $620 million, U.S. Sen.…

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The inescapable question, as NYPD Sgt. Hugh Barry prepared for a departmental trial due to begin Sept. 20 concerning actions that ended with h…

I have always had a bit of an apocalyptic streak in me. I think it probably began when I was seven years old, about to turn eight in 1957. Tha…

To the Editor: On Monday Aug. 27 in the George R. Vierno Center, one of the toughest jails on Rikers Island, another Correction Officer was brutally beaten by an inmate. The officer suffered f…

To the Editor: Thousands of NYC retirees have to decide over the next month whether to accept the new Medicare Advantage Plus Plan or to "opt out" based upon a 44-page Plan Summary of Benefits…

To the Editor: The 20th anniversary of 9/11 reminded me of my experience that day, and its critical impact over the next two decades.

To the Editor: I did not want to suffer through a terrible disease such as coronavirus and I certainly did not want to die. So I did the selfish thing. I got vaccinated as soon as that option …

To the Editor: With Labor Day approaching, campaigning set to intensify and the 2021 TWU Local 100 ballots set to be mailed out in November for a December tally, President Tony Utano fired off…

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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…

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.