Andrew Cuomo on whether or not he would prefer to see a Republican or Democratic state senate: “I want to see the best people in the state Senate that we can attract.”
The lawyer for Oliver Pan, John Liu’s fundraiser, accused prosecutors of trying to get Pan to “manufacture” a case against Liu.
Julie Menin has already maxed out for the Manhattan BP race.
Richard Brodsky thinks that Andrew Cuomo should just go for it and run for president in 2016.
Juan Gonzalez said that NY13 revealed just how wide the divide is between black and Latino voters.
The Board of Elections lamented their portrayal in the news media after the Rangel/Espaillat fiasco.
Ray Kelly railed against community leaders who wail about stop-and-frisk for not speaking up about the recent spate of shootings.
Ultimately, it may be up to the courts to curb stop-and-frisk.
George Pataki wrote an op-ed in favor of the practice, saying it saves lives.
Eric Schneiderman is targeting head shops that sell designer synthetic drugs.
Mayor Bloomberg announced that 13 neighborhoods in the city will see a slower, 20mph speed zone.
Andrew Cuomo’s next big push will be campaign finance reform.
The Cuomo administration was able to resolve a missing budget line that will allow the state to receive $20 million in federal aid for its environmental conservation program.
Peter Vallone, outspoken critic of the Ed Koch bridge, wants to ban naming city property after living people.
HUD is investigating a secret $10 million NYCHA consulting contract.
Despite rising obesity concerns, schools in New York and around the country are cutting back on phys ed due to budget cuts.
Amtrak released the first renderings of Moynihan Station.
Is drinking on a stoop behind a gate considered drinking in public?
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama traded barbs on outsourcing.
Sarah Palin said that Mitt Romney needs to “light our hair on fire.”
Mississippi’s lone abortion clinic will find out today if it must close.
The House GOP is set to vote to repeal the health care law today.
Obama seems to have a head start in defining Mitt Romney.
Romney will make his pitch to the NAACP today.
Rick Santorum travelled to Iowa to stump for Mitt Romney, and called Obama “dangerous.”
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