Richard Carranza will step down as Schools Chancellor March 15, leaving behind promises of greater diversity and upgraded opportunities for students of color that were not fulfilled, undercut by zealous rhetoric that backfired and lofty goals…

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The essence of ex-NYPD cop Thomas Webster's defense of behavior during the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol building in which he struck a Capitol Police Officer with a metal pole bearing a M…

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Nearly 1,300 members of the Professional Staff Congress who were supposed to get a $1,000 equity pay raise Feb. 10 have been stiffed by the City University of New York, with its Office of Labo…

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For much of the last several years, Mayor de Blasio and the City Council have been pushing law-enforcement reforms that disregard past history and recent developments, in service to the outrag…

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Transport Workers Union Local 100 is trying to head off the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's plan to close token booths for 90 minutes while Station Agents take meal breaks, a money-sav…

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The Senate hearings in President Trump's impeachment trial began with a case brought by House of Representatives managers that included videos as riveting as they were horrifying, featuring in…