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A Time to Face Facts

As of Aug. 23, the day the Food and Drug Administration gave final approval to the Pfizer vaccine, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 76 percent of New Yorkers 18 and …

The EMS Dilemma

When a municipal labor contract is reached, convention requires that both sides put the best face possible on it. That is why a Mayor will declared it a reasonable, responsible deal that rewards …

Time for Lost Soul to Exit

There is no reason for Andrew Cuomo to remain in office following the devastating report prepared for State Attorney General Letitia James that concluded he sexually harassed 11 women, most of them …

Future Point of Contention?

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 told …

'Get to the Bottom of That'

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 of …

Rights and Responsibilities

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 this is …

A Win for the Good Guys

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. The officers …

A Good Health-Care Deal

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 …

Mayors, Current and Future

The city's primary elections have virtually wrapped up, with Eric Adams narrowly winning the Democratic mayoral primary, Brad Lander posting an upset to capture the party's nomination for City …

Deserved Recognition

Those city workers who took part in the July 7 parade up Broadway to City Hall knew enough to savor the moment they were given in the spotlight for persevering through the hardships and health risks …

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