Andrew Cuomo reiterated his support for ending the millionaires’ tax.
Sandra Lee said that in her house, Gov. Cuomo has to do the dishes.
Cuomo named Carl McCall as head of the SUNY board.
Christine Quinn is planning a major speech on jobs this morning at the ABNY breakfast.
The votes of 260 New Yorkers–including Kim Catullo, Christine Quinn’s longtime partner–weren’t counted in last month’s election because the New York City Board of Elections provided them with the wrong affidavit document on Election Day.
“The Constitution doesn’t protect tents,” Mayor Bloomberg said at a news conference yesterday. “It protects speech and assembly.”
“I can tell you that pillow talk in our house is not about Brookfield or Occupy Wall Street,” the mayor also said yesterday.
As he recovers from cancer surgery, Maurice Hinchey’s fundraising is way down.
Ray Kelly is urged to promote a Latino cop as one of his top deputies.
A profile of a former Wall Street trader who is the single largest donor to Adbusters, the anti-corporate magazine behind the protests.
A new approach in the Bronx featuring smaller and more welcoming shelters has cut homelessness in the Bronx.
Gale Brewer proposed a bill that would regulate and track how many food truck permits were issued.
Greg Ball has some serious demands for his new press secretary.
An astounding 8,604 people on foot were hit by cars from 1995 to 2009 in a 42-block stretch south of Central Park that’s bordered by Lexington and Eighth avenues.
Dueling studies were released yesterday on the merits of closing Indian Point.
Karen Persichilli Keogh testified on behalf of John Haggerty as the defense rested its case.
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