Republicans may be doomed statewide, but they still succeed in local races, the Times reports.
Christine Quinn blocked a resolution that called on the state to allow religious instituions the right to worship in schools.
Kathy Hochul is not voting like the Nancy Pelosi knock-off that the Republicans said she would be.
Joe Crowley has raised big bucks but doesn’t face a primary opponent.
Mike Bloomberg dismissed legislation that would create a new inspector general for the NYPD, calling the police “the most regulated department in the entire city.”
A deal on teacher evaluations could be reached as soon as this weekend.
Also on the docket: a proposal to grant tax credits to beer brewers, a ban commercial tanning for children ages 16 and under and a bill to combat cyberbullying.
Seventy percent of New York school kids say they have been cyber-bullied or know someone who has.
A State Senate bill would prevent people receiving public assistance from using the money on alcohol, cigarettes, casinos, strip clubs or the lottery.
Word that Andrew Cuomo may allow a limited form of hydrofracking brought a swift rebuke from environmentalists.
Homeowners owe a record $3 billion in water bills, and some say the city’s new automated system is flawed.
The Daily News says that the Port Authority is “behaving very very badly” by stalling construction of the Ground Zero memorial.
A Tennessee lawmaker who made some controversial comments about gays may lose his status as a member of the “Hall of Fame” in his southwestern New York high school.
A look at Sheldon Adelson’s wallet.
In 1994, a top Romney strategist conceded that “the Mormon Card” sunk his campaign.
Obama’s support among Jewish voters is sliding.
A majority of Americans still blame George Bush for the bad economy.
Mitt Romney’s new ad is negative and channels the Obama of ’08.
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