A look at Dennis Vacco, the former attorney general who has turned the Haggerty Trial into an investigation into the spending habits of Mayor Bloomberg.
Queens Democrats held a secret meeting over the weekend to pick a sucessor to the scandal-scarred Gregory Meeks, and landed on Malcolm Smith, who doesn’t exactly have a clean record himself.
Democrats are scrambling to find someone to take on Michael Grimm.
A little-noticed poll of New Hampshire Democrats has found Gov. Cuomo the overwhelming favorite to run for president in 2016, if Hillary Rodham Clinton stays out of the race, Fred Dicker writes.
The City Council is set to take up a bill today that would make it more difficult for the federal immigration officials to nab and deport immigrants from Rikers Island.
The police arrested 700 protestors as they crossed the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday as part of the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations. Protestors believed they were misled by the NYPD into thinking that demonstrating on the bridge was protected.
The NYPD released videos disputing that account.
It is often the white shirts–the captains, lieutenants and inspectors–who are taking the lead for NYPD in making the arrests.
Supporters of a living wage bill are making further compromises to the legislation in an effort to get Council Speaker Christine Quinn to move forward on it.
The stepdaughter of former Gov. David Paterson was charged with assault yesterday after smashing a bottle and a frying pan over her boyfriend’s head during an early Saturday morning dispute in Greenwich Village.
More love for AG Eric Schneiderman.
Criminal defense attorneys said they will challenge the credibility of New York City police officers investigated for ticket-fixing when they testify in unrelated cases, a sign of how the scandal may reverberate through the court system, Sean Gardiner reports.
Dept of Education layoffs will hit the poorest schools the hardest.
A Chris Christie decision is expected shortly.
The Parks Dept is “insular, unresponsive and arrogant,” says Jimmy Oddo.
Andrew Cuomo credited his father for the new Albany high-tech campus.
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