Best Of Mike Francesa: Reaction To Hesitancy To Cancel Marathon After Superstorm SandyAs Bloomberg continued to defend his decision, WFAN's Mike Francesa took issue with the mayor when he opened his show on that Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.
Stringer: Trump Tax Plan Would Benefit Wealthiest New Yorkers, Hurt PoorA new analysis by city Comptroller Scott Stringer shows the impact of President Donald Trump’s proposed tax plan on New York City.
City Needs Plan To Deal With Explosion In Senior Population, Stringer SaysWith New York City’s population aging, Comptroller Scott Stringer said the city needs a path forward to help seniors age in their homes.
Comptroller: 10 Children Died In Months Leading Up To Zymere Perkins' DeathAnother scathing report involving the Administration for Children's Services has been revealed, this one uncovering more problems that may have allowed children to slip through the cracks with deadly results.
Report: NYC Booked $629 A Night Hotel Rooms To House HomelessThe report, issued Wednesday by Comptroller Scott Stringer, says the city booked 30 rooms at that rate on Sept. 19 and Sept. 20.
CBS2 Exclusive: City Comptroller Says Trump Tower Security Restrictions Have Done Number On BusinessesIt could be the worst holiday season ever for some small businesses near Trump Tower.
Stringer, Mayor’s Office At Odds Over Violence Rates At RikersThere have been changes at Rikers Island, and a review has been conducted by city Comptroller Scott Stringer.
Long Lines, Some Problems Reported At Polling Sites Across Tri-State AreaMany voters began lining up before dawn at polling sites around our area.
NYC Comptroller Sets Up Website To Report Problems At The Polls On Election DayStringer's office has set up a website for voters to report any issues they encounter during the presidential election.
Stringer: Trump May Not Have Given To 9/11 Charities To Which He Pledged To DonateNew York City Comptroller Scott Stringer said Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump may not have given money to 9/11 charities despite pledging to do so.
James: ‘Struggle For Justice Continues,’ Public Advocate Says City Must Carry On Thompson’s WorkPublic Advocate Letitia James said it's critical that the city continues to carry out Thompson's work -- vindicating the wrongfully convicted, and not prosecuting low level marijuana offenses.
Comptroller Stringer Launches New Investigation After Harlem Boy's DeathLittle Zymere Perkins died Monday. Prosecutors said this week that a preliminary autopsy showed the boy had several broken ribs, old injuries and was severely malnourished.

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