Governor Cuomo raised $450,000 in Buffalo for his unlikely-to-be-seriously-contested reelection bid.
Hakeem Jeffries and Nydia Velázquez aren’t worried about the renewed WFP investigation, while Rory Lancman declined to comment.
Pedro Espada’s Soundview clinic is on the brink of shutting down.
Mayor Bloomberg’s budget would increase the number of teachers in the city.
Eva Moskowitz is mulling a run for mayor as a Democrat.
Elizabeth Crowley went on Inside City Hall to discuss her campaign.
The Perez Notes dug into Gustavo Rivera’s reported primary challenger.
Here’s video of Jumaaane Williams mic checking the crowd on May Day.
Kevin Parker discussed homeland security.
There are competing legislative proposals to designate an official state dog.
Cardinal Dolan pushed Albany to increase the minimum wage.
The Daily News claimed credit for new safety measures after a fatal Bronx highway accident.
The Post is still not a fan of John Liu.
Queens is having juror problems.
Apparently 7,000+ subway tickets for obstructing seats were given out last year.
On the presidential race:
New Yorkers prefer Hillary Clinton over Andrew Cuomo for president in 2016.
The exit of a gay aide to Mitt Romney may have brewed up a storm.
Romney is confronting the message-setting power of President Obama.
His campaign is ignoring the Spanish-language media.
He mocked Obama’s “forward” slogan.
President Obama’s new biography could be politically dangerous for him.