Israel: “The official says Netanyahu is willing to ‘show some flexibility’on the border issue, but won’t elaborate.” [AP]
Debt: 266-point drop. [Christine Hauser / New York Times]
Debt: Gillibrand votes no. [Liz Benjamin / Capital Tonight]
NY-9: Savino’s fury is noticed. [Vosizneias.com]
NY-9: “[T]he former congressman’s staff still goes to work every day. Pictures of him remain hung on the wall, if a bit askew.” [Colby Hamilton / WNYC]
NY-9: 2013 candidates watching to see if slush-fund scandal moves voters. [Harry Siegel / Village Voice]
Media: New York Times newly formed politics desk led by Dick Stevenson. [Keach Hagey / Politico]
Nuclear: Indian Point operator hope a deal with Cuomo avoids years of litigation. [Cassandra Sweet / WSJ]
Tightrope: Cuomo hasn’t indicated if he’ll allow a stunt over Niagara falls. [Jon Campbell / LoHud]
State Museums: Open on weekends. [YNN]
Transportation: “Parking spots aren’t just for cars and motorcycles anymore now that the city’s Department of Transportation has started leasing them to restaurants for so-called pop-up cafes.” [Beth Fertig / Transportation Nation]
Safety: Vacca and Sadik-Kahn unveil pedestrian countdown timers in the Bronx. [Noah Kazis / Streetsblog]
And if anyone knows where Mark Sanford was heading this afternoon, I’d love to know.
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