New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer said President Donald Trump “has blood on his hands” for his response to the coronavirus pandemic, after Stringer’s mother died from COVID-19.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer rips the president's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The loss of any child is painful; a loss that could have been prevented is almost too much to bear.
Shareholders think the company isn't saying enough about the risks it faces.
Millennials in New York are more educated than the previous generation, but they're stuck in bad jobs with paltry pay.
Both the New York City and New York State pension funds have a direct stake in corporations that are second cousins to slavery, the private prison industry. This is a shocking revelation.
Take a look at this video, in which a white male New York City police lieutenant grabbed a 6th grade elementary school student of color -- big for her age but only 11 years old -- around the neck and threw her to the pavement on a Bronx street corner, six months after Eric Garner was wrestled down on a Staten Island pavement.
The assets owned by public pension funds represent the largest pool of financial assets held by the public, and the size of this pool -- more than $5 trillion -- gives the public an important and influential channel of influence on the private sector as one of its largest investors, and they are using that influence to create a more equitable and sustainable private-sector economy.
The overworked, the underworked. The Great Divide. It's odd to wrap the phrase "work-life" around the situations of these two groups of people, yet it does apply to both. Each ultimately comes down to a lack of control over one's own time.