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Jeffries Talks Jobs, Housing, Employment And Immigration In State Of The...

The title of Congressmember Hakeem Jeffries' State of the District address was "Courage Under Fire" -- in honor of the 50th anniversary of the civil rights...

Slamming Hiring Practices As Unfair, Brooklyn Leaders Call For Reform

Slamming current hiring practices as unjust, area leaders are pushing for new city laws that would prevent employers from immediately asking about an applicant's...

Leaders Call For Reform To Hiring Practices Slammed As Unfair

Slamming current hiring practices as unjust, area leaders are pushing for new city laws that would prevent employers from immediately asking about an applicant's...

Slamming Hiring Practices As Unfair, Leaders Call For Reform

Slamming current hiring practices as unjust, area leaders are pushing for new city laws that would prevent employers from immediately asking about an applicant's...

At CAMBA Food Pantry, Council Members Kick Off Program To Battle...

Standing before the neon-lit glow of CAMBA food pantry's hydroponic garden, Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, Councilman Mathieu Eugene, and community advocates kicked off the...

The Art of the Game: Local Gallery Displays Art Inspired by...

Check out a soccer-themed art show by local artists this weekend at LEX56.

Employment Workshop Wednesday Night At The Emmons Avenue Kings Bay Y

Searching for a job is more than submitting your resume to job boards or company websites. Learn what it means to hunt employment and...

Sequester Will Slash $3 Billion From Sandy Aid Package

The government giveth... crippling partisan bickering taketh away. As across-the-board government cuts known as the "sequester" kick in this week, many New Yorkers are facing the...

Deadline To Apply For Hundreds Of Jobs In Jamaica Bay Is...

If you are unemployed, between the ages of 18 and 24, and looking for a good paying job, than this may be the opportunity...

Councilman Gentile Sponsors Legislation To Protect The Unemployed From Job Discrimination

From the office of Councilman Vincent Gentile: The New York City Council passed legislation yesterday providing a private cause of action for those unlawfully discriminated...

Op-Ed: Voting And Gloating Are Over – Where Do We Go...

BETWEEN THE LINES: The presidential campaign stretched out for 18 months, yet it seemed longer — a lot longer. I’ve had my fill of annoying attack...

Op-Ed: America Needs Barack Obama

BETWEEN THE LINES: For habitual readers of this column, it should come as no revelation as to who my preference is in Tuesday’s presidential election. Over...

New York State’s Jobless Numbers Go Up

New York State's unemployment rate has grown over the past year to 9.1% even as the rest of the nation has seen unemployment decline,...

Op-Ed: Despite Debate Win, GOP Seeks Edge With Voter Suppression

BETWEEN THE LINES: When Mitt Romney became the Republican’s designated presidential nominee following his victories in the spring primaries, the party’s conservative wing seemed as...

Poll: Who Is To Blame For Small Business Woes?

Small businesses owners, despair! Last week, we posted about Public Advocate Bill de Blasio's plans to sue Mayor Michael Bloomberg in order to force him...