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Former Mayor Bill de Blasio refused to budge on his policy requiring city employees to work in-person. Some say they're hopeful that new Mayor Eric Adams will be more receptive to their calls for flexible work-from-home rules.
Detainees said they’ve gone weeks or even months without leaving their housing units.
As a result of the pandemic, nearly a third of the roughly 5,400 people currently held in city jails have been waiting more than a year for a trial.
A review by WNYC/Gothamist of hacked records appears to tie several law enforcement officers and public officials in New York to a far-right militia linked with the attack on U.S. Capitol in January. Mayor de Blasio's office has announced an investigation.
Officials, who said 350 schools did not share their attendance data yet, said they expect the tally to grow in the coming days and weeks.
"Climate change poses an existential threat to our lives, our economy," Biden said. "The threat is here. It's not going to get any better. The question is, can it get worse? We can stop it from getting worse."
Hip Hop Ya Don’t Stop... especially if you're Chuck Schumer?
It's not the first time the espresso company has come under fire for labor law violations
Two incidents this weekend come amid growing scrutiny into an effort to clamp down on low-level subway offenses by nearly doubling the number of cops in the transit system.
He called into the Brian Lehrer Show to tell the Mayor his wife was racist, then apologized.
Among five new anti-tobacco bills presented by the mayor at a press conference yesterday, one would set the minimum price for a pack of cigarettes at $13.
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