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New data shows that, as of November 3rd, 1,515 uniformed staffers were on sick leave and another 39 had gone AWOL, only a slight improvement since the city's lawsuit was withdrawn.


Twelve people have died in city jails so far this year. Data shows judges have contributed to the swelling detainee population. An analysis by Gothamist/WNYC and New York Focus shows who the top judges are.


State lawmakers visited Rikers Island on Monday, calling on Mayor de Blasio and Governor Hochul to enact reforms.


The "first-in-the-nation" executive order came hours after Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea touted new crime statistics showing a drop in shootings and murders last month.


All city employees were made eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine under the city's definition of the state's "public-facing" eligibility requirement.


Reiterating his disappointment in Mayor Bill de Blasio's administrative abilities, the governor added that the state could move to "impound all funds" for New York City if the situation is not rectified.


“What type of thought process went into this decision?" one shelter resident wondered.