New York City’s county GOP chairmen discussed the 2013 mayoral race on Inside City Hall.
Adolfo Carrión is “seriously thinking” about joining that race.
MediSys CEO David Rosen was sentenced to three years, he’s vowing to appeal.
Prosecutors will retry Pedro Espada if there’s a mistrial.
There was a “Welcome Back Charlie” reception for Charlie Rangel in Washington, who’s been absent with a back injury.
President Obama & Mayor Bloomberg are keeping their distance from Rangel’s race.
Fans of Mixed Martial Arts will have to wait yet another year, at least, for legalization.
NY1 delved deeper into the Satmar summer camp battle and congressional politics.
Eric Schneiderman will announce the “Nonprofit Revitalization Act.”
Michael Powell looked at systemic quota and data manipulation problems in the NYPD.
Gatemouth isn’t sold on Ben Akselrod.
The New York Times applauded Governor Cuomo’s new efforts to protect the disabled.
The nurses union is taking their contract fight to the airwaves.
Anti-abortion centers will open in southeastern Queens and northern Manhattan.
The Incredible Hulk made his anti-hydrofracking pitch.
Chris Gibson discussed President Obama’s visit to his district on Capital Tonight.
On the presidential race:
Obama will lay out a “to do” list for Congress while in New York today.
Liberal donors pledged $100 million to focus on turnout operations.
Rick Santorum endorsed Mitt Romney.
President Obama’s stance on gay marriage is coming under increased scrutiny.
The Times would like Obama to stop hedging on the issue.