After he called Newt Gingrich an “embarrassment” to the GOP, Sarah Palin told Chris Christie: “Don’t get your panties in a wad.”
That 63rd Senate Seat seems destined to end up in the Capital Region, and looks like a ripe opportunity for Assemblyman George Amedore.
Mitt Romney stayed on the offensive at last night’s GOP debate.
Miss the debate last night? Searchable transcript available here.
Far more police officers than was originally believed were shown an anti-Muslim film as part of their training.
John Liu is expected to testify in Albany today that Andrew Cuomo is short-changing the city with his budget.
Chris Christie nominated the first gay man and the first immigrant to the New Jersey Supreme Court.
Workers at a downtown Marriott say that the Hotel Trades Council tried to intimidate them into joining the union.
The most serious charges against the Army infantryman implicated in the hazing death of Danny Chen may be dropped.
Peter Koo became a Democrat, and said that Republicans could do more to be hospitable to minority groups.
The city and the teachers union appear on the verge of restarting negotiations over a new teacher evaluation system.
But the UFT has begun running ads knocking Mayor Bloomberg.
The State Senate is trying to increase penalties on MTA farebeaters.
Ten years after a tragic fire in the Norwood section of the Bronx left an 8-year-old boy dead, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz is still trying to pass a bill that would require landlords to make repairs to buildings with severe housing violations.
Mike Bloomberg indicated that he would veto a bill that would end the city’s practice of sticking those hard to remove parking ticket stickers on windows.
A Bay Ridge developer known for buying up homes and leaving them to deteriorate is now faced with losing many of the properties to foreclosure.
The Randalls Island Connector, a planned pedestrian and bicycle bridge to the South Bronx, could be a bridge to nowhere now that a deal seems to be faltering on an easement to the connect the two areas.
An East New York school is on the chopping block despite receiving an A from the city.
Detective Investigators, who lead investigations for city DA’s, are in limbo and working without a contract, and are unclear who to negotiate with.
The Note has ten things to watch in tonight’s State of the Union, including the response by Mitch Daniels.
A school crossing sign plastered onto Stanton Street is misspelled.
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