Mitt Romney bested Rick Santorum by a mere eight votes at the Iowa Caucus last night.
Sarah Palin suggested that Michelle Bachmann–who finished a disappointing sixth–may need to drop out soon.
Newt Gingrich slipped back into his old mode in his concession speech, blasting Mitt Romney and Ron Paul by name.
Obama is headed to a rally in Cleveland.
At the State of the State today, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is expected to announce plans for a new convention center at the Aqueduct racino in Queens, which could spur the demise of the Javits Center.
East Harlem wants to know why the Bloomberg administration is pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into “playground for the rich” at Randall’s Island while improvements in parks in their neighborhoods languish.
Charlie Rangel’s district can either extend beyond Manhattan, or no longer be a majority-black district.
The city’s Education Department told principals to forge ahead with reforms even after the state suspended $60 million in federal education grants.
Andrew Cuomo’s education commission is expected to tackle his oft-repeated criticism that schools continued to get the same amount of funding regardless of performance.
Brooklyn Sen. Martin Golden has steered at least $770,000 in taxpayer funds to a nonprofit neighborhood group he founded which often used the money to sponsor events that promoted him, Chris Bragg reports.
Peter Vallone op-eds against the city’s overly zealous gun laws which seem to target even legal gun owners.
Personal grievance–and not any particular animus towards Muslims–seemed to motivate the Frappucino bomber.
In a marriage of Andrew Cuomo’s passion for history and his penchant for micromanagement, the state’s first-term governor has seized hold of a long-in-the-works Capitol restoration project, Thomas Kaplan reports.
Richard Lipsky is expected to plead guilty to corruption charges this afternoon.
Fulfilling an Andrew Cuomo campaign promise, the state recently closed its 7th prison.
Real estate prices in Manhattan were flat, but sales dropped.
Clyde Haberman wonders, “Why can’t New Yorkers learn from Iowans,” and make presidential candidates make promises to the city the way they grovel for votes in Iowa.
Employees at a Madison Ave office tower where an elevator crushed a young advertising exec last month have returned to work.
Security guards were posted inside each of the elevators.
The EPA will dredge the polluted Gowanus Canal in an effort to clean it up.
The city could get stuck with part of the bill if the city has to deal with sewage and storm runoff that goes into the canal, The Post reports.
A new report says that the building of a planned waste transfer station in College Point will lead to delays at LaGuardia Airport.
Celebrity chefs and restaurant stars are entering the hydro-fracking fight, claiming that the drilling will hurt farm land and water supplies.
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