Slightly more than a month before she will resume standing before a class of students at the State University of New York at Old Westbury for the first time since March 10 last year, Gilda Zwerman wrote, "I feel safe outdoors—I wish I could t…

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The first day of hearings by the House Select Committee on the January 6th Attack made clear why most congressional Republicans wanted no part of a serious examination of the violent invasion …

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During a press conference calling for the Federal Judge overseeing the NYPD stop-and-frisk-case settlement to give community activists a say in the program, Public Advocate Jumaane Williams to…

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Despite all the commotion about Mayor de Blasio's attempt to prod city workers into finally getting vaccinated, he has given them a fallback option that should squelch all the grumbling that t…

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A Federal Judge recently ruled that a search by four Bronx cops that turned up a gun a man was carrying in his fanny pack was legal because they had grounds to move a stop to a frisk.

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The convincing vote by the Municipal Labor Committee in favor of a package that will be offered by a tandem of leading health-care providers in place of traditional Medicare coverage for city …