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Five current and former Metropolitan Transportation Agency supervisors have been charged by Federal prosecutors with receiving more than $1 million in fraudulent overtime payments in 2018. Thomas …

For months there's been speculation about whether Sara Nelson, the president of the Association of Flight Attendants of the Communications Workers of America, would challenge AFL-CIO President …

Cuomo: Officers Facing Charges Should Not Get Other Cop Jobs

Lawyers, doctors, journalists, even newly minted MBAs all have codes of conduct and behavior, and breaching them can cause lasting damage to a person’s career.  Police officers, too, have their …

This Retirement-Benefit Package a Grand Slam

In Current Pension Topics of Oct. 9 and Nov. 16, I wrote: "The city (taxpayer) can satisfy all of its borrowing needs at an interest cost of about 1.5 percent. So why does the city borrow the …

7 Deadly Tax Sins Can Lead to Grief

Taxes are complicated, so it’s no wonder that everyone makes mistakes from time to time. But some actions go beyond incorrect arithmetic or thinking something is deductible when it’s not. Some …

Fire Inspectors Alarmed By COVID-19 Diversion

The de Blasio administration's shift of 90 Fire Prevention Inspectors from their duties to help suppress a second wave of the coronavirus in "hot spots" poses an "obvious danger to public safety," …

FOR THE RECORD

The New York Times report Dec. 1 that President Trump had discussed with his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani as recently as a week earlier giving him a preemptive pardon for unspecified crimes did …

State Gets 170,000 Doses Of Virus Vaccine Dec. 15

New York State will be receiving 170,000 doses of a coronavirus vaccine Dec. 15, according to the Federal Government, as long as all "safety and efficacy approvals are granted," Governor Cuomo …

In-Person-Class Plans Not Aiding Weak Link: Junior High Students

In-person instruction returned to city public schools Dec. 7 with a plan that to some degree soothed parents of younger children but had yet to account for some of the students who might figure to …

The Fire Department has told uniformed employees that it is "working diligently" to get a coronavirus vaccine to be administered to an undetermined number of first-responders by later this month and …

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