Before Vinny Alvarez began his response Jan. 13 to a question about what the city labor movement was hoping for when Joe Biden became President a week later, he felt compelled to mention, "You know, 4,400 people died of COVID yesterday."

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The photo of Will Pepe, an employee of Metro-North, standing inside the U.S. Capitol Building Jan. 6, shows him smiling as he looks at his cell phone. 

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The most-astonishing thing about the 44-percent jump in homicides in the city and a doubling of shootings here compared to 2019 is that those crimes had already reached alarming numbers by the…

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Terri Napolitano, who was just fired for posting illustrations of President Barack Obama with a noose around his neck and Hillary Clinton heading for the gallows, clearly has serious psycholog…

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There are few police-union officials who would want the Rev. Al Sharpton to testify on their behalf, but something he said during the protests that were triggered by the death of George Floyd …