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Lawsuit Planned for $75 Million Over NYC Chokehold Death
The family of a man who died after being placed in a police chokehold has filed a notice of claim to sue New York City, the Police Department, and six ...
October 7, 2014
Stringer Drafts Plan for ‘Green’ City Bonds
Comptroller Scott Stringer outlined how New York City could sell hundreds of millions in “green” bonds—where raised funds ...
September 24, 2014
Comptroller’s Audit Reveals NYCHA Failures
An audit released by the city comptroller’s office Thursday revealed that the city’s public housing authority, NYCHA, failed ...
July 24, 2014
New ClaimStat Tool Tracks Legal Claims Against NYC
The New York City comptroller’s office unveiled a new tool, ClaimStat, which will publish data on the thousands ...
July 9, 2014
NY City Details How $23 Million in New Arts Funding Will Be Spent
The city will hire 100 teachers, spruce up arts facilities in schools across the city, and spend $3.1 ...
July 1, 2014
Comptroller Stringer Calls for Flexible Work Hours
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer called for more access to flexible work hours on Monday.
June 16, 2014
Comptroller: Minimum Wage Hikes Would Benefit 1.2 Million New Yorkers
Raising the city's minimum wage to $13.13 would allow 1.2 million New Yorkers to earn an extra $100/week, ...
June 16, 2014
Stringer Reaffirms Support for Local Fracking Bans
On Tuesday, the New York State Court of Appeals heard oral arguments on the question of whether or ...
June 4, 2014
Scott Stringer Wins NYC Comptroller Race
Scott Stringer walked away with an easy election night victory against Republican opponent John Burnett Tuesday night to ...
November 5, 2013
Stringer Votes for Himself
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and his wife arrived at the Hargrave Senior Center in Upper West, Manhattan, ...
September 10, 2013
Spitzer and Stringer Trade Jabs During Debate
Eliot Spitzer and his Democratic rival Scott Stringer went head-to-head on Friday in their first debate in the ...
August 9, 2013
NYC Allocates $3.5 Million for Brooklyn Bridge Beach Development
New York City Council has allocated $3.5 million in capital funding for the development of a Brooklyn Bridge ...
August 1, 2013
Stringer Proposes Sandy Audit Bureau
As New York City continues to recover from Hurricane Sandy, the city will have to manage roughly $15 ...
July 29, 2013
Stringer May Benefit by Spitzer Spending More
Comptroller candidate Scott Stringer would benefit from Spitzer spending more than the $4 million limit.
July 15, 2013
Moving Madison Square Garden
If Madison Square Garden is moved, where should it be moved to?
April 4, 2013
Few City Contracts Going to Minority and Women-Owned Businesses
After studying the state of minority and women-owned businesses (MWBE) in New York, the New York City government ...
March 18, 2013
Stringer Unveils Lower East Side ‘Blueway’ Plans for New York City
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer outlined plans for a storm barrier on the Lower East Side on Thursday ...
February 8, 2013
Meet the Candidates: Manhattan Borough President
With current Borough President Scott Stringer seeking the office of the Comptroller, the Borough of Manhattan will be ...
January 25, 2013
Filing Day for NYC Mayoral Candidates Shows Quinn Maxed Out
With the city’s mayoral election a little more than a year away, candidates—declared or not—had until midnight Monday ...
July 18, 2012
NYC Mayoral Hopefuls Gather for First Time
All candidates in the 2013 New York City mayoral race agreed that the Minority and Women Owned Business ...
June 12, 2012
Stringer Approves NYU Expansion
The citywide expansion plan NYU 2031: NYU in NYC, calls for four new buildings on two superblocks bordered ...
April 11, 2012
Getting ‘Pink Slime’ Out of Cafeterias Not Easy
What children eat at school has come under renewed scrutiny with Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer demanding ammonia ...
March 28, 2012
Four Firebombs on New Year’s Condemned
A bodega, an Islamic Center, a house where Hindu services are held, and a private home were all ...
January 3, 2012
NYC Mourns Death of Community Leader
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and various other city officials issued statements on Wednesday expressing grief over the ...
November 16, 2011
Appeals Court Says Don McGahn Doesn’t Have to Testify in House Case
CDC to Send Updated Coronavirus Test Kits to Labs Across Nation
Trump Announces US-Taliban Peace Deal to End War in Afghanistan
Lindsey Graham Confident a Sanders Nomination Will Result in a Republican House
Kudlow Says Markets ‘Have Gone Too Far,’ Urges Calm Amid Wall Street Selloff
CVS Warns There Could Be a Shortage of Hand Sanitizer
Appeals Court Temporarily Blocks Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ Asylum Policy
‘Clean’ FISA Renewal Moving Ahead as Key Spygate Reforms Are Pushed Down the Road
Dog Tests Positive for New COVID-19 Virus
NATO Condemns Airstrikes That Killed Dozens of Turkish Troops in Syria