Even as violent crime falls, police officers are increasingly under fire.
The New York Daily News joined Mayor Bloomberg in calling for federal gun control measures.
Michael Powell notes Ray Kelly used to be a skeptic of stop-and-frisk.
John Liu’s campaign has spent $100,000 so far on legal bills.
Governor Cuomo remains quite popular indeed, according to the latest Siena poll.
Ed Towns’ campaign continued to hint at some sort of future reelection effort.
Assembly Majority Leader Ron Canestrari won’t run for reelection.
Bill de Blasio will fundraise off of his Washington D.C. connections.
Tom Allon disapproves of Scarlett Johansson’s role in Scott Stringer’s campaign.
Sean Patrick Maloney will “immediately” move into the district he’s campaigning for.
A new candidate emerged for James Sanders’ seat.
Politico has more on the Matt Doheny story.
Tom DiNapoli discussed a new audit and the budget on Inside City Hall.
Paul Tonko discussed the federal budget on Capital Tonight.
While Brian Higgins talked transportation on the same program.
New statistics further illustrate how the U.S. Census undercounted Queens.
Candidates seeking to lead a government union are running on an anti-Cuomo platform.
While The Post doesn’t like Cuomo’s idea of only sharing evaluations with parents.
Mayor Bloomberg doesn’t like it either.
While Albany isn’t exactly sure how to implement that idea.
Some healthy banks are still holding tight to TARP funds.
A Far Rockaway hospital will shutter its doors.
Alec Baldwin’s alleged stalker was arraigned in court.
On the presidential race:
Mitt Romney shifted his Pennsylvania strategy.
He has a lengthy to-do list as he transitions to the general election.
Saturday Night Live could impact the Romney brand.
Rick Santorum will return to the campaign trail, for what it’s worth.
President Obama’s campaign is targeting the Super PACS aligned against him.
He leads Romney in the latest Washington Post-ABC poll.