A Park Avenue catering hall lobbied Upstate lawmakers to help get its liquor license, despite opposition from locals.
Mike Gianaris said this session has been “one of the most successful terms for a minority party in [the] history of New York” where Republicans have “come along kicking and screaming” on key issues.
Anthony Weiner can be quoted again now.
Larry Seabrook is on trial again.
As the city recovers economically, African-American residents have been left behind.
Crime is up in the city.
The New York Post declared it is destined to go up further because of NYPD reform measures.
Teacher evaluation legislation is one of the hot issues to be decided in Albany today.
The Times said Vito Lopez is Nydia Velázquez’s real opponent.
Bed-Stuy is the “Ohio” of the race between Charles Barron and Hakeem Jeffries.
Jewish leaders have purchased full page ads in major Jewish publications opposing Barron.
Charlie Rangel’s ethics troubles receive far more attention than Gregory Meeks’.
Yossi Gestetner discussed his decision to quit the New York State Republican Party.
Governor Cuomo never seemed to push hard for the DREAM Act legislation in Albany.
New York State has its own faux-grassroots groups lobbying the Legislature as well.
Charles Hynes’ office made errors and had to drop another sex abuse case.
The MTA would like to videotape bus drivers.
The U.S. House voted to hold Eric Holder in contempt over the Fast and Furious controversy.
The New York Times labeled it a “pointless, partisan fight.”
But the Daily News said it is an important issue.
The C.I.A. is helping militants opposed to the Syrian government obtain weapons.
Mitt Romney’s fundraising success is partially due to his personal interaction with donors.
Random exciting-looking polls are not news.
Team Romney thinks Obama’s a “terrible candidate.”
Newt Gingrich’s Super PAC gave $5 million back to Sheldon Adelson.