Bill Thompson has quit his post as head of the Battery Park City Authority in order to focus more fully on his job for mayor.
Carl Paladino vs. Andrew Cuomo, The Rematch: the state’s highest court has been asked to decide whether or not the administration must return $200,00 a year in Empire Zone tax breaks to the Buffalo developer.
Erik Dilan slammed Nydia Velasquez for being an “anti-Zionist.”
Jim Alesi, one of the four Republican State Senators who voted to legalize same-sex marriage, has decided not to seek re-election in the face of a serious primary challenge.
Christine Quinn is the only mayoral contender with her own dedicated band of protesters who follow her where ever she goes.
Weird news of the day: a member of the Bloods in Newark showed up at City Hall for a Mayor Bloomberg press conference and refused to leave, saying he wanted to fight the mayor.
Ydanis Rodriguez told City and State he was considering running for the State Senator if Adriano Espaillat is elected to Congress, then abruptly called back to say he wasn’t.
Howard Wolfson said that Bill de Blasio “may be nostalgic for the days when the ACLU set crime policy in this city.”
Cuomo wants a new agency designed to protect the rights of the disabled up and running by the end of the legislative session.
Felix Ortiz wants to ban happy meals unless fast food restaurants meet higher nutritional standards.
A Post op-ed columnist says that boosting the earned income tax credit will do more to raise poverty than boosting the minimum wage.
Democrats reflect on the fate of the Four Amigos, two of whom are headed to prison (and one of whom may be headed there shortly) after they snarled state government.
Pedro Espada appeared to congratulate a reputed mobster who just beat a cop slay rap outside of the Bronx County courthouse.
The jury in the trial is deadlocked.
Police are making more stops, and finding less guns: a sign of police overreach or a sign that criminals are leaving guns at home?
New York’s tech industry is growing rapidly despite spotty access to reliable broadband, a new report found.
The New York City health department began a campaign to encourage hospitals to cease giving out free formula samples to newborn mothers as a way to encourage breast-feeding.
Street gangs in the Bronx are now filled with younger and younger members.
The Times takes a look at how members of the ultra-Orthodox community who report sexual abuse are usually shunned.
When is a mast a pole, and what does it mean for 1 World Trade Center’s official height.
The full interview in which President Obama comes out for marriage equality is expected to air this morning.
Barack Obama’s support for same-sex marriage is likely to garner him a warm reception at the George Clooney fundraiser tonight.
Obama and Romney are tied in Ohio.
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