Andrew Cuomo appears to want to be co-mayor of New York City, write Ken Lovett.
Robert Menendez is holding up the appointment of a federal judge nominated by President Obama because, it is suggested she is in a relationship with the head of the public corruption unit for New Jersey’s federal prosecutor which investigated the senator during his 2006 election fight.
Christine Quinn has already maxed out on her fundraising.
Jim Dwyer wonders why Mike Bloomberg insists on finger-imaging for food-stamp recipients.
Bloomberg yesterday said that there was “no stigma” attached to fingerprinting.
Good government groups are cheered by Gov. Cuomo’s new campaign finance reform push.
The UFT boosted its lobbying by 44 percent last year.
Senate Energy Committee chairman George Maziarz threw cold water on Andrew Cuomo’s plan to close Indian Point, saying that it would raise electricity rates.
Steve Hindy, the politically-connected head of the Brooklyn Brewery, plans to endorse the living wage bill.
Genting is looking for exclusive rights to develop casinos in New York City in exchange for developing the proposed convention center in Queens.
Critics wonder why Gov. Andrew Cuomo is looking to build a convention center when convention centers around the country are struggling.
Archbishop Dolan is getting a promotion to Cardinal.
Family members learned new details in the hazing of Private Danny Chen, who ultimately committed suicide.
The parents of a bicyclist who was killed by a truck in Williamsburg have gone to court to force the NYPD to turn over documents relating to their son’s death.
NYCHA isn’t using a recent Supreme Court decision upholding the city’s right to bar religious services in schools to evict city churches that want to use public housing common spaces; instead, the churches may be evicted for other reasons.
Massive subway changes hit the city this weekend.
Melissa Mark Viverito op-eds for an East Harlem bike lane.
Jon Huntsman was bit by a goat in New Hampshire.
Rolling Stone named Andrew Cuomo as one of the 12 Leaders Who Gets Things Done
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