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NYC Schools Have Been Closing a Lot. That’s About to Change.

Mayor Bill de Blasio will change a rule that has, for months, created a paradox in New York City’s school reopening plan: Classrooms that had…

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Returning to the Office Sparks Anxiety and Dread for Some

Last fall, after some of the restrictions had eased in Germany, Trivago, a travel company based in Düsseldorf, let employees work remotely three weeks of…

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It May Soon Be Easier to Sue the N.Y.P.D. for Misconduct

A year after nationwide protests against police brutality ignited calls for reform, the New York City Council passed legislation on Thursday aimed at reining in…

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Mayor Ends Remote Work for 80,000 in Signal to Rest of New York City

For the last year, New York City has been running in the shadow of a deadly pandemic, with many city and private sector employees forced…

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New York to Spend $65 Million to Rescue Cab Drivers. Is It Enough?

Several lenders, including the largest holder of medallion loans, the private equity firm Marblegate Asset Management, have already indicated that they would be willing to…

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