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New York City’s school principals union has issued a vote of no confidence in Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, calling on them to abdicate control of schools to the state...

The city sheriff’s office pulled the plug on a Queens karaoke joint after catching nearly 200 people partying early Sunday morning, authorities said. Deputies arrived at Home Run KTV on Kissena Boulevard...

They wouldn’t let the dog out. A frustrated Manhattan woman unleashed a lawsuit against a pet store she claimed wouldn’t give her the pricey poodle she purchased. Maria Casale-Hardin plunked...

Fifty staffers at a Staten Island middle school are being forced to quarantine after a school employee tested positive for the coronavirus on Tuesday, a DOE official said. The dozens of staffers at IS...

They gave him an F in basic courtesy. Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza angered DOE superintendents Wednesday when he failed to tell them they were furloughed during a conference call — and only...

Female admin assistant at New York investment bank Marathon Capital claims she was fired after walking in on her boss masturbating in a conference room Logan Williams claims she caught Chuck Hinckley,...

The man accused of derailing a Manhattan subway train by tossing metal construction debris on to the tracks on Sunday was released without bail on a prior case, outraging one victim’s husband. “She...

Nearly twice as many people have died to gun violence in Gotham this year than last, striking new figures from the NYPD show. A total of 209 people were shot and killed in the five boroughs as of Wednesday...

The hijacking of a Brooklyn school’s remote-learning class with porn and pictures of President Trump appears to be an inside job, Department of Education Chancellor Richard Carranza said Thursday. “There...

Four people were wounded — one critically — in two separate shootings across the Big Apple late Wednesday, according to cops. Two 36-year-old men were blasted in the leg — one of them struck twice...

New York City’s new school year began online Wednesday — and some fed-up parents are already giving the remote-learning system an ‘F.’ Families faced a slew of problems including trouble...

They’re fast, he’s furious. Complaints about scofflaws drag-racing in New York City have increased five-fold during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to public data crunched by a state senator. Big...

Mayor Bill de Blasio didn’t get it done. Neither did Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Now, New York’s leading business groups are asking President Trump to back funding for transit agencies and city and...

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Almost missed my train!’ Watch as fearless NYC subway rider jumps several feet across platform just in time to board incoming train – adding a front flip for good measure A...

With very different approaches, the Success Academy and the Catholic school systems are showing how leaders who actually put education first can handle the challenge of restarting schools amidst a pandemic. The...

Roughly one in five city teachers will work from home this upcoming school year, according to new Department of Education data. About 15,900 DOE educators — or 21 percent of the total teaching workforce...