President Barack Obama signed a beam that will be placed on top of the new Freedom Tower with the inscription, “We remember we rebuild we come back stronger!”
Governor Cuomo’s girlfriend, Sandra Lee, attended President Obama’s fundraiser at Sarah Jessica Parker’s house without the governor.
Aretha Franklin, Meryl Streep, Vera Wang, Kenneth Cole and Olivia Wilde were among the other high profile guests at the fundraiser.
Governor Andrew Cuomo says the data from teacher evaluations shouldn’t be made public because other public employees don’t have their evaluations released.
The Daily News endorsed Rory Lancman in the race for the new 6th congressional district in Queens calling him “by far the most competent and accomplished contender.”
Mr. Lancman and Councilwoman Liz Crowley have raised less money than Grace Meng, the other Democrat in the sixth district race.
Meanwhile, the race to replace Ms. Meng, in the Assembly seems to be divided along ethnic lines.
Governor Cuomo didn’t give a definite answer to a question about reports he’s ready to allow hydrofracking in a radio interview.
The infamous “tanning mom” inspired the Legislature to move on a bill that will ban anyone 16 and under from tanning salons.
Some people in Christine Quinn’s Council district believe her mayoral ambitions are causing her to stay silent on the future of Chelsea Market.
A federal judge said she had trouble understanding prosecutors’ arguments on the first day of the retrial of Councilman Larry Seabrook’s corruption case.
A bill to ban the viewing of child pornography is stalled in the State Assembly.
Albany lawmakers are working to reach a compromise to set more flexible goals for solar power growth.
Inside the Koch brothers’ political operation, which “has increasingly come to resemble its own political party.”
Last year, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner wanted to leave his job and suggested Hillary Clinton as a potential replacement.
The Obama campaign sent reporters 25 emails in the two-and-a-half hours after the president’s speech yesterday.
Openly gay Republican presidential candidate Fred Karger received a homophobic email from the wife of the GOP chairman of Washington County, Utah.
The New Yorker’s Washington correspondent, Ryan Lizza, told Talking Points Memo he thinks Twitter is creating a “crisis in political journalism.”