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The affordability waltz plays on in New York City

Over the last year, median rent in New York City has climbed more than 22 percent. City housing had already hit an affordability crisis before the pandemic. How the U.S. “managed” the coronavirus …

AFL-CIO's Shuler: Time to tear down cops' 'blue wall'

Amplifying her contention soon after taking office last August that policing as a profession was "broken," AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler said in a podcast that aired March 9 that if cops who were …

NYPD’s anti-crime teams return to city streets

With renewed mission and a profile makeover, the NYPD’s reconstituted anti-crime units have returned to city streets to combat spikes in violent crime driven by what officials have said is a …

After decades, a time to move on

My first inkling that strong convictions were not necessarily conducive to longevity in the newspaper business came in 1979, working for a chain of Brooklyn weeklies known as Courier-Life. I had …

Schools’ mask mandate could be lifted March 7

Barring a surge in coronavirus cases, Mayor Adams was expected to announce March 4 the lifting of the mask mandate in city public schools. Should he do so, students and staff would enter school …

Union activists arrested in Staten Island

A day after the leader of the Amazon Labor Union was arrested Feb. 23 for charges including trespassing at Amazon's JFK8 facility in Staten Island, the group filed an unfair-labor-practice charge …

First Paycheck Missing for 300 CUNY Adjuncts Due to Technical Glitch

More than 300 adjuncts at the City University of New York did not receive their first paycheck for the spring semester due to a technical problem, according to a union representative and …

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