Back from the dead, the New York Post hit the streets Tuesday with its old swagger, proclaiming it’s “HERE TO STAY.”
The nation’s oldest continuously published daily went to press after its unions agreed to $ 6.2 million in concessions demanded by Rupert Murdoch as a condition for rescuing the money-losing tabloid.
The 192-year-old Post had suspended publication Friday after Murdoch failed to come to terms with the unions. But a weekend of calls between Gov. Mario Cuomo, unions and Murdoch exex yielded a breakthrough Monday.