New York City
NYC correction officers union sues city over vaccine mandate
The union representing the city's correction officers sued City Hall on Wednesday in hopes of halting the "draconian vaccine mandate" that has exacerbated the agency's staffing crisis.
Suspected Fox Christmas tree arsonist exposed himself outside Ghislaine Maxwell trial, photographer claims
The arsonist who torched the Fox News Christmas tree Wednesday allegedly exposed himself to a group of reporters outside the Ghislaine Maxwell trial in Manhattan last week, a photographer told The Post.
Letitia James wants state to fund abortions for non-NY residents
Attorney General Letitia James wants to create a state fund to pay for abortions sought by women who live outside of New York, as the U.S. Supreme Court weighs a final decision on reversing a Mississippi law aimed at restricting the procedure.
Tensions Rise at Columbia as Strikers Fear Retaliation From University
After administrators sent an email saying that students who remained on strike after Friday were not guaranteed jobs next term, union members turned up the heat.
SUNY boss Malatras must go for smearing Cuomo sex accuser, 31 Assembly pols say
Embattled SUNY Chancellor James Malatras' days appeared numbered Wednesday as more than 30 Assembly members signed onto a letter calling for his resignation or firing, The Post has learned.
Drug Company Settles with N.Y. for $200 Million in Sprawling Opioid Case
The agreement with Allergan, a company whose best-known product is Botox, is the latest settlement in the case jointly argued by New York State and two counties.
Metal detector installed at Staten Island high school after violent incidents
City officials installed a metal detector at an embattled Staten Island school Wednesday after a series of violent incidents.
Adams expected to tap DOE vet David Banks to run NYC schools: sources
Mayor-elect Eric Adams is expected to tap Department of Education veteran David Banks, a longtime associate, as chancellor of the nation's largest school system.
David Banks, Educator and Adams Ally, Is Next N.Y.C. Schools Chancellor
Mr. Banks, who founded the Eagle Academy, a network of public schools for boys, is the first commissioner named to Mayor-elect Eric Adams's administration.
City Council set to approve de Blasio's SoHo, NoHo 'racial justice' zoning
Santanista is coming to town - again.