Gov. Cuomo asked Albany Mayor Jerry Jenkins to shut down the local Occupy Wall Street encampment, but the mayor refused.
Mayor Bloomberg defended Israel’s swap of Palestinian prisoners for Gilad Shalit at a news conference in Jerusalem.
A number of local members of the New York House of Representatives are running low on campaign funds.
Greg Meeks owes the city nearly $12,000 in unpaid water bills.
Joe Lieberman has been consulting with Republican candidates looking to replace him in the U.S. Senate.
Universities vying for an applied sciences campus in New York City are engaged in a public relations war as they try to out-green one another.
Federal prosecutors have ended their five-year investigation into Senator Robert Menendez’s relationship with a nonprofit agency in Union City, N.J.
Senate Republicans are shrinking staff and closing offices.
Scott Stringer wants a ban on credit checks for job applicants.
A new lawsuit alleges that the Port Authority set up a sham hiring process in order to insure that brass loyalists were hired and promoted.
Bob Turner and Michael Grimm are calling for abstinence-only sex ed in New York City schools.
New York State shells out $500,000 a year on surveys to find out if its anti-smoking campaign is working.
The outfitting of the subway system with wireless is creating more electronic device theft.
The Sanitation Dept is buying new snow chains, despite a report that the lack of proper equipment led to the failed blizzard response last winter.
Occupy Wall Street is beginning to look like a Tent City, despite prohibitions against it.
The Post disapproves of the appointment of Carl McCall to head the SUNY board, noting his coziness with teachers’s unions and potential conflicts of interest.
More restaurants are facing more fines under the city’s new letter-grading procedures.
New York state and more than 100 local governments face at least $600 million in extra pension costs after thousands of workers grabbed one-time incentives meant to shave former Governor David Paterson’s last budget, Freeman Klopott reports.
Joe Mondello isn’t ready to retire just yet.
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