This week, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law five bills that he said would bring “fairness” to the for-hire vehicle and taxi industry in the city. It’s the first legislation in the United States that regulates the for-hire vehicle industry.
Rather than report to work, members of an online media website organized for a better contract.
A judge has demanded that the NYPD turn over records on the death of Ramarley Graham.
With the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruling against organized labor, state governments have looked to play protector for public sector unions.
The largest non-union, professional educators’ organization doubled job protection benefits for members without raising dues.
Beverly A. Moorehead, mother of Dr. Brenda M. Greene, JoAnn and Dennis Adams and Lori Moorehead, and grandmother of rapper Talib Kweli, passed away last week.
The father of Saheed Vassell demanded more accountability of the police officers who killed his son.
American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten is not happy with a new student borrower proposal by the U.S. Department of Education.
The raises should have happened by now, according to local airport workers.
Delays, signal problems and new lows in service. Seems like the perfect time to announce an increase in charges for the service, right? If you’re the MTA, that answer is: maybe?