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Metropolitan Opera Worker Lockout Postponed 72 Hours

The Metropolitan Opera says it's postponing a lockout of 3,000 of its workers for three days after a spokesperson said management reached a deal with three of the 15 unions whose contracts expire at midnight. Updated 12:27 AM

In an effort to improve relations between the New York City Police Department and city residents, the mayor, police commissioner and community activists gathered at City Hall Thursday for a roundtable discussion.

Updated 07/31/2014 06:41 PM

One set of numbers sums up what may be Mayor Bill de Blasio's top goal for his time in office: 200,000 units of affordable housing, preserved or constructed, over the next 10 years. How far along is he? NY1's Josh Robin filed the following report.

07/31/2014 09:25 PM

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NY1 Online: Panel Discusses Ruling That Could Lead to McDonald's Workers Being Unionized

Bryce Covert, the economic policy editor at ThinkProgress and a contributor at The Nation; Jack Temple, an analyst at the National Employment Law Project and a contributor at The Nation; and Kirsten Foy, the northeast regional director of the National Action Network, joined Inside City Hall to discuss a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board that could open the door to McDonald's workers becoming unionized.

07/31/2014 08:56 PM

 

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