Stringer: Domestic Violence Driving People Into NYC's Homeless SheltersCity comptroller Scott Stringer says domestic violence is causing an increase in the number of people going into shelters, and he's calling for changes.
Stringer Report: 2,700 NYC Children Test Positive For Lead, City Missing InspectionsA shocking new study has found that thousands of children in all five boroughs have high levels of lead in their blood, largely because the city has failed to protect them.
Mark Peters On Report Finding 2,700 New York City Kids Exposed To LeadA shocking report finds 2,700 New York City kids tested positive for lead exposure when city agencies could have prevented it.
New Report Reveals NYC Failed To Inspect Thousands Of Buildings, 22,000 Children For Lead ExposureBetween 2013 and 2018, more than 9,600 buildings with documented cases of lead were never even inspected.
How Long To Fix A New York City Sidewalk? A Year? A Decade? More?A new audit done by the city's comptroller is highlighting how slow the Parks Department is taking to check and repair sidewalk issues.
NYC Comptroller Calls For More Playgrounds In BrooklynA new report from New York City comptroller Scott Stringer is calling for more playgrounds to be built within the city.
New Calls For Probe Into Where Bill De Blasio Gets The Money To Take So Many Presidential Campaign TripsThe mayor, who has already been the subject of an investigation into an earlier political action committee, is now being asked to explain two new issues.
NYC's First Lady Called Before Council To Explain Her Pricey Mental Health ProgramChirlane McCray, the city's first lady, is testifying before the city council today about her mental health initiative Thrive NYC.
City Comptroller To Investigate ThriveNYC Mental Health Initiative's $850 Million EffortsCity comptroller Scott Stringer says he plans to look into the finances of the mental health initiative spearheaded by the city's first lady.
After Delay, NYC Fair Fares Discount MetroCard Program Now ReadyThe city officially rolled out its Fair Fares discount Metrocard program, a few days later than original projected.
City Leaders Press De Blasio For Details On 'Fair Fares' ProgramThe program was supposed to start on New Year’s Day, providing half-price MetroCards to low-income New Yorkers.
NYCHA Hit With Subpoena, Accused Of 'Stonewalling' Audit Into City Heating Failures"This is a citywide disgrace!" New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer declared. "They failed to turn over information because they have something to hide."
NYC Ballot Questions: NYC Adds Controversial Measures For Election DayNew Yorkers in the five boroughs are voting Tuesday not just for their preferred candidates, but for three less-publicized measures.
What's On Your Ballot? NYC Adds Controversial Measures For Election DayHere’s a look at what you’ll see on the back of New York City voting ballots on Nov. 6
Community Wants To Know When Bathroom Will Be Complete At Popular Queens ParkThey're slamming the New York City parks department for “unacceptable” delays in building a new bathroom at the St. Albans, Queens park that hosts rapper LL Cool J’s annual basketball program.