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NYCHA Misreported Repair and Maintenace Work, Comptroller Says

Comptroller Scott Stinger accused the Housing Authority of under-reporting their repair backlog. 

Central Harlem »

NYCHA's Vacant Units Attract Squatters to Harlem River Houses

Auditors from the Comptroller's Office found two units previously occupied by squatters during a visit. 

Civic Center »

Top de Blasio Fundraiser Picked to Rep City in Pension Fund Lawsuit

The Law Department chose Jay Eisenhofer's firm three months after he gave $20,000 to mayor's nonprofit.

Midtown East »

8-Foot Crack in Second Ave. Sidewalk Finally Fixed After More Than a Decade

The sidewalk outside the Nigerian Consulate was repaired after more than a decade of tripping people up.

Civic Center »

Bloomberg Administration Paid Record $1.5B Overtime in 2013

The record amount of overtime was more than double what was paid when Bloomberg took office.

Jamaica »

Stringer Plans to Audit All of City's Public Libraries

The comptroller announced the audit Wednesday, amid a controversy over the Queens Library's spending.

Civic Center »

Scott Stringer Wins Comptroller Bid Over Eliot Spitzer

Stringer heads to the general election after a race defined by former Gov. Spitzer's late entry.

Civic Center »

Spitzer Nets Endorsement from State's Largest Public Sector Union

Ex-governor Eliot Spitzer got the backing of CSEA, the state's largest union for public sector employees.

Midtown »

Stringer Issues 'Conditional Approval' for East Midtown Plan

The proposal, which would allow bigger skyscrapers around Grand Central, now heads to City Planning.

Civic Center »

Spitzer Misfires in Attack on Stringer's Sandy Audit Plan

Spitzer's campaign goes after Stringer for phantom "blue ribbom commissions" that were never proposed.

Civic Center »

John Liu Sees Hope for Mayoral Bid Despite Campaign Frustrations

The struggling comptroller had a sandwich with DNAinfo New York, and said his campaign's far from done.

Civic Center »

DOE's Harsh Suspension Policy Similar to Stop-and-Frisk, Comptroller Says

An average of 100 students were suspended every day and about 90 percent of them were black or Hispanic.

Civic Center »

GOP Operative Files Challenge to Spitzer's Ballot Signatures

The former governor was just hours away from cruising onto the September primary ballot.

Union Square »

Spitzer Faces Uphill Battle in Bid to Get Name on Ballot, Experts Say

Eliot Spitzer has to collect thousands of signatures before the Thursday deadline.