Shelly Silver and Assembly Democrats want to keep Bob Turner and his district around–mostly because they think it can be won by a Democrat in November.
By expanding the reach of former top aide Ben Lawsky’s portfolio at the Department of Financial Services, is Andrew Cuomo trying to take the AG’s job with him.
Because they are not a part of any particular political party, members of the IDC may have trouble spending all of the money they raise.
Andrew Cuomo, Shelly Silver and Eric Schneiderman attended the same-sex nuptials of Danny O’Donnell.
The Daily News says that Dean Skelos is taking gerrymandering to “repugnant” lengths.
Jack McEneny said he doesn’t expect major changes in the Senate maps.
Does Peter King love Mitt Romney, or does he just hate Newt Gingrich?
Shelly Silver plans to introduce a measure to raise the minimum wage today.
Senate Republicans say that the bill won’t pass.
Buried in Gov. Cuomo’s budget bill were changes to long-standing civil service rules.
Bill de Blasio issued a new report criticizing the city’s vocational programs in city high schools.
Longtime SoHo residents are against a bid in their neighborhood.
The actor whose leg was shown to be amputated in an city-anti-obesity ad campaign was surprised to find himself photographed without his legs.
The cost of a New York City private school is heading towards $40,000 per year.
DOT officials installed fencing over a walkway connecting two housing projects in Fort Greene after residents hurled projectiles at bicyclists using the newly paved bike path below; the incident in indicative of larger tensions in the community, residents say.
Some city agencies still use old-fashioned typewriters.
The rape case probe against Greg Kelly is likely to be wrapped up within a week.
As contract talks stall, TWU appears to be readying for a work slowdown on the city’s trains and buses.
A bill to sponsored by Kirsten Gillibrand to ban insider trading in Congress is expected to come up for a vote today.
If Gingrich wins the nomination, New York Republicans fear it could doom their chances against Kirsten Gillibrand.
Win or lose, Gingrich is vowing to fight on.
The New York State Bar Association is proposing a change to state law that would allow more types of criminal records to be sealed, saying the shift would give offenders who stay out of trouble a better chance to rebuild their lives. Passage in Albany is uncertain.
Paul Begala: “When I look at the economy, I think Obama can’t win, but when I look at the Republicans, I think he can’t lose.”
Obama is officially the most polarizing president ever.
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