SUNY officials call for probe into Jim Malatras leadership

SUNY officials call for probe into Jim Malatras leadership

SUNY officials called for an independent probe into embattled Chancellor James Malatras’ workplace history on Tuesday amid accusations he contributed to a poisonous work environment where employees faced abuse. Malatras, once a top aide and confidante to ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is facing growing scrutiny after it was revealed he smeared former state worker Lindsay Boylan … Read more

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Anti-vax protesters block cars outside de Blasio’s Brooklyn home

Anti-vax protesters block cars outside de Blasio's Brooklyn home

A few dozen protesters disrupted traffic outside Mayor de Blasio’s Brooklyn home on Tuesday night and expressed outrage over COVID-19 vaccine mandates. The demonstrators chanted “No vaccine mandates!” and “My body, my choice!” as they congregated in the middle of the road, blocking a garbage truck for at least 10 minutes, according to footage obtained … Read more

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NYC winter advisory issued for morning commute

NYC winter advisory issued for morning commute

New Yorkers can expect some flurries on their morning commute Wednesday, but the first snowfall of the season will be far from frightful, forecasters say. A “Winter Operations Advisory” was issued starting at 6 a.m. Wednesday, allowing the city to fill and deploy salt spreaders if needed, according to the city’s Department of Sanitation. That … Read more

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Merryl Tisch intervened to save SUNY boss Malatras’ job

Merryl Tisch intervened to save SUNY boss Malatras' job

Critics demanding SUNY Chancellor James Malatras’ ouster for smearing Andrew Cuomo’s first harassment accuser had been scratching their heads over Gov. Kathy Hochul’s refusal to help boot him. But sources told The Post on Tuesday that no one need look further than Merryl Tisch, who heads SUNY’s board of trustees. Tisch, a respected educator, is … Read more

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Board of Elections replaces top official amid pledge for reform

Board of Elections replaces top official amid pledge for reform

The embattled city Board of Elections bounced its powerful No. 2 official amid a pledge for reform after a series of gaffes. The board replaced Dawn Sandow, the deputy executive director for 11 years, with former Staten Island Republican councilman Vincent Ignizio. Sandow was demoted to the Bronx office, though election officials claimed the transfer … Read more

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Man attacks NYC business owner who asked him to wear mask

Man attacks NYC business owner who asked him to wear mask

A man attacked the owner of a Midtown military surplus store who asked him to wear a face mask inside the business last month, police said Tuesday. The suspect first argued with the 68-year-old proprietor of Kaufman Army and Navy Store before punching the man in the head at about 5:55 p.m. on Nov. 20, … Read more

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Video shows NYPD officers save driver from burning car

Video shows NYPD officers save driver from burning car

New York’s Finest pulled a man from a car that was engulfed in flames in The Bronx, according to footage released by the NYPD Tuesday. An officer responded to a fiery car crash at East Tremont Avenue and Randall Avenue in Throgs Neck on the evening of the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, the department said. Body … Read more

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Husband of woman slugged in NYC slams court system

Husband of woman slugged in NYC slams court system

The husband of a 50-year-old city woman sucker-punched by a deranged homeless man called it an outrage Tuesday that the suspect is still free despite even more than a dozen prior busts. “When does it stop?” the spouse said, asking that he and his wife, who was punched on the Upper West Side, not be … Read more

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