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Even as the number of vaccinated city employees grows increasingly greater, complaints from some of their unions show no sign of ebbing.

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Reading the decision by a National Labor Relations Board Regional Director in Atlanta that ordered a new unionizing election at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., it's striking how brazen …

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There's something bizarre about listening to de Blasio administration officials talk about plans for closing Rikers Island in favor of four borough-based jails six years from now when the curr…

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Responding to a Federal Judge's order that the Correction Department adjudicate a large backlog of use-of-force cases, Correction Officers' Benevolent Association President Benny Boscio said s…

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The suspension of 36 Sanitation Workers for allegedly using fake coronavirus-vaccination cards to evade the city's vaccine mandate is another apparent example of the disregard some people who …

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It was noteworthy that when Police Benevolent Association President Pat Lynch issued a statement attacking a Manhattan judge's ruling Nov. 9 increasing the Civilian Complaint Review Board's in…

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What was the last thing the Fire Department needed as it prepared to explain next month to a Federal Judge—who a decade ago branded it "a stubborn bastion of white male privilege"—how it's tak…

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Testimony on the second day of a special judicial inquiry into the death of Eric Garner and how the NYPD handled the incident, starting with the attempt to arrest him for selling loose cigaret…

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Eric Adams has a compelling life's story that appeals to New Yorkers because it pivots on overcoming a tough hand that life dealt him to succeed while making unconventional choices.

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From the start of the ideologically-driven push to remove School Safety Agents from Police Department supervision and place them under the Department of Education, there has been no practical …

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Sponsors of the "Less is More" law, which will take effect in March, argued that too many of those released on parole were having it revoked for minor violations, including missing meetings wi…

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Mayor de Blasio, jarred from his lethargy into visiting Rikers Island Sept. 27 by a scathing letter from the Federal monitor questioning whether his administration had the competence to make n…

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Those prison-reform advocates who think the path to rehabilitation lies in avoiding any discipline that might discomfort detainees might want to take a look at what is happening in a system th…

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Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, from the time then-President Donald Trump nominated him for the job last year, has behaved like a man with two missions: to devalue the U.S. Postal Service whil…

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During the 2013 mayoral election pitting Bill de Blasio against Joe Lhota, one police-union official explained the dilemma he and his colleagues faced by saying, "One of them hates cops and lo…

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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 him fatally shooting Deborah Danner inside her Bron…

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What do you call someone who makes greater pedestrian safety a top priority, creates a Dangerous Vehicle Abatement Program requiring any car owner with an excess of moving violations to take a…

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Since 1919, when a city official named Frank Prial purchased this newspaper, every issue—including this one marking the 20th anniversary of 9/11—has been overseen by a member of the Prial family. 

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When the NYPD lodged departmental charges against Sergeants Benevolent Association President Ed Mullins for abuse of authority, we got a call from State Sen. Diane Savino saying it represented…

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When the Daily News reported that inmates at the Otis Bantum Correctional Center were looking after themselves while arranging their own transportation for court dates, it sounded like a cross…