Chris Christie bashed Barack Obama at a speech at the Ronald Reagan library, calling him “ bystander in the Oval Office.”
A legal clash is brewing after a town clerk upstate declined to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
John Haggerty’s defense, Michael Powell writes, appears to go like this: How can you steal from someone as profligate and careless with his campaign dough as Mike Bloomberg?
Bloomberg’s closest aides who are appearing on the witness stand have their legal fees paid for by the mayor.
Bill Clinton had high praise for the job Andrew Cuomo is doing.
Clinton was in Albany for a economic development conference sponsored by Cuomo, in which the governor announced that a $4.4 billion high-tech research project involving global companies like IBM and Intel will create 6,900 jobs statewide.
Celeste Katz has more on Ed Koch’s change of heart over Barack Obama.
Carl Landocino, the lawyer for the Brooklyn Democratic Party, “jumped the line” to become a State Supreme Court judge.
A sharp increase in health insurance premiums are coming to the state.
Jim Dywer has more on the protesters pepper-sprayed by the police at the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations.
The state’s second largest public employees union rejected a contract its leaders had negotiated with the Cuomo administration.
Layoffs have already begun, the Albany Business Review reports.
The vote could end momentum for a millionaire’s tax.
Mayor Bloomberg is considering a bill that would pressure banks to do more for the neighborhoods they serve by forcing them to disclose the loans and investment they make in local communities.
A sleek, modern and minimalist Times Square may be coming.
Jumaane Williams and others thanked Ray Kelly for telling NYPD officers that “tricking” people into emptying their pockets of pot is illegal.
The M.T.A launched cell-phone service on six subway platforms.
Marty Markowitz chief of staff Carlo Scissura is inching closer to running for his boss’ job.