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Albany Bill Would Let Check-Cashers Provide Loans
Sex Abuse Blamed On A Few Officers, Advocates Say
Male Guards, Female Inmates And Sexual Abuse In NYS Prisons
Japan Tsunami, Katrina Memories Wash Into Waterfront Debate
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Battling Iran's Government … From New York
Deceased, Return To Sender: Writing To The Triangle Victims
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Questions About Mayor's Plan To Run Youth Jails
Teachers Are Fair Game, But Cops' Records Are Off Limits
Work In Progress: Residents Get More NYCHA Jobs
Missing Moses' Muscle
Feds Indict 6 For Defrauding Controversial CityTime Program
Subtraction Lesson: The 26 Schools Slated For Closure
Fill In The Blanks: Cuomo's Education Plans Short On Detail
Charter School, Struggling, Hired Leaders' Kin
Medical Mystery: Why A Booming Health Sector Pays Low Wages
'Hothead' Sen. Kevin Parker Has Foes, Friends And A Familiar Rival
From 'Fun City' To Crisis State: John Lindsay and Hugh Carey
Of the 150 million American workers, only 16 million are in labor unions. The percentage of unionized workers has decreased dramatically in recent decades as many companies have moved operations overseas and more employers have beaten unions.
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Race, Opportunity and Sequestration: This report examines ten marquee programs for Americans struggling to make it into the middle-class.
Source of Crime Guns Recovered in New York State. Research assistance for this project was provided by Arielle Concilio.