Ken Lovett writes that Mayor Bloomberg has finally figured out Albany, only to have his agenda thwarted by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Cuomo said that “many” potential appointees to the new ethics panel turned down the job offer due to Albany’s soiled reputation.
The livery cab deal is sputtering over disabled access and the transfer of medallions.
Mitt Romney told supporters at a fundraising breakfast at Cipriani that he has raised $10 million in the New York City region.
MSNBC apologized for comparing Mitt Romney’s slogan to the KKK.
The MTA is seeking work-rule changes for subway station agents and cleaners. The TWU is balking as the two get set for contract negotiations.
A 41-year-old advertising executive was brutally killed in a midtown elevator mishap yesterday.
139 of those arrested at Occupy Wall Street demonstrations are moving ahead with a trial; 182 sought and were granted dismissal agreements.
The controversial Cobble Hill charter school was approved.
The War in Iraq is over.
Mayor Bloomberg and Ray Kelly announced a crackdown on online illegal gun sales.
Bills to lengthen the reporting period for reporting sexual abuse are up in the legislature.
Mayor Bloomberg criticized the Brooklyn judge who allowed the man accused of killing a police officer to be released from custody without bail in an earlier drug case.
A Harlem corridor being filled with trendy restaurants and new condos was shaken by a shooting earlier this week.
A Harlem Walmart would hurt local businesses, a new report by Scott Stringer found.
John Liu spiked a DOE school cleaning contract, saying it was too expensive and rife with conflict of interest.
FBI director Robert Mueller has had to tell his agents to not mock the NYPD over the terror arrest of Jose Pimentel.
Ydanis Rodriguez got a shout-out in Time Magazine’s Year of the Protester issue.
Steven Cohen is a possible candidate for a job to ensure that banks comply with any settlement of a nationwide foreclosure probe.
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