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Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that the city needs to continue to keep battling the coronavirus as the Big Apple’s latest COVID-19 indicators showed that hospitalizations and those in intensive care...

Last week, in forcing the state-run Metropolitan Transportation Authority to end overnight service, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio sent the wrong signal to a city that needs, slowly and uncertainly,...

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the five boroughs neared 170,000 on Sunday — hours after Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the city must remain on high alert for a possible “boomerang.” A...

The coronavirus is bringing even more pain to the nation’s hobbled airlines as American Airlines informed its New York-based flight crews they will be grounded for at least another month as the carrier...

The city is getting “closer and closer” to downward consistency in coronavirus-related hospitalizations, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday as he pushed New Yorkers to keep on social distancing and...

While public-health officials were getting in front of the coronavirus in Seattle, Mayor Bill de Blasio dragged his feet and openly bickered with Gov. Andrew Cuomo in New York, according to a report highlighting...

BREAKING NEWS: More than a FIFTH of New York City residents tested positive for coronavirus antibodies in random sample study which means as many as 1.7million have become infected – with a mortality...

Neither Mayor Bill de Blasio nor the City Council ­understands the scope of the current fiscal crisis: a potential 25 percent loss in the city’s private-economy jobs base and an unknown contraction...

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he pressed President Trump on testing during a “productive” Oval Office meeting on Tuesday afternoon, just days after they had an enormous row on Twitter and national...

Parents are dueling over how city kids will be graded this year with schools upended by the coronavirus crisis. Some are calling for the Department of Education to pass all students regardless of performance...

Some of the city’s biggest parades won’t step off in June, Mayor Bill de Blasio revealed Monday as he announced all parades and other city-permitted events will be canceled for the month of...

Dozens of inmates freed from city jails over fears they were vulnerable to the coronavirus have wasted no time plaguing the city with new crimes, The Post has learned. At least 50 of the 1,500 inmates...

Mayor Bill de Blasio delivered some good news in the city’s battle against coronavirus Friday, as he announced that intensive care unit admissions and hospitalizations for suspected COVID-19 are down. People...

New York fur companies are using their skills during the coronavirus lockdowns. Golfo Karageorgos, who owns the Garment District business Tres Chic Furs, has been mass-producing three-ply, non-woven disposable...

Most New York children “probably” already have coronavirus and are serving as vectors to spread the disease, according to one New York pediatrician. Dr. Dyan Hes at New York City’s Gramercy Pediatrics...

The Big Apple will start producing its own coronavirus test kits, one of the major “breakthroughs” Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday in the city’s battle against the bug. “We said...