Still more reflections on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s speech yesterday and plenty of other highlights throughout New York:
Here’s more on the proposed convention center.
Staten Island electeds weren’t especially pleased with Cuomo’s speech.
Fred Dicker reflects on possible 2016 presidential run for Governor Cuomo.
So does Governor Cuomo, in a way.
Assemblyman Boyland Jr. & his Chief of Staff pleaded not guilty to corruption.
A lobbyist involved in the Carl Kruger trial pleaded guilty to corruption.
Word is that the special election to replace Carl Kruger will be March 20th.
The leading GOP candidate in the race, David Storobin, was interviewed by the Jewish Press.
Prosecutors say the Queens firebombing suspect is biased against Muslims.
A Bronx precinct had the biggest drop in crime last year.
There are conflicting accounts in the tragic slaying of an NYPD officer Figoski.
The Brooklyn D.A. is investigating a hospital on the brink of financial collapse.
Swinging out to the presidential race:
Time magazine’s cover asks if you like Mitt Romney yet.
Top Republicans think it’s going to be hard to stop Romney now.
John McCain agrees, saying Romney is broadening his supporter base.
Ron Paul raised $13 million in the last quarter.
Why Rick Perry didn’t drop out, as he had hinted Tuesday night.
Rick Santorum says that President Obama’s recess appointment might be illegal.
Jon Huntsman’s latest ad says, “We’re getting screwed as Americans.”