Governor Cuomo joined calls for Vito Lopez to resign.
Shirley Huntley’s campaign paid her daughter $50,000 in one month for consulting services.
All the scandals may make it harder for lawmakers to give themselves a pay raise.
New York’s GOP delegates are enjoying themselves down in Florida.
Michael Grimm is not among them.
The New York Times would like more federal investment in train service for New York.
While the Daily News declared Ruben Diaz Jr. “a danger” for his living wage insistence for Bronx projects.
And praised Jeff Klein for taking StudentsFirstNY money.
Teachers unions gave cash to pols fighting StudentsFirst.
Elected officials will no longer be able to get free luxury seat tickets for tennis tournaments.
John Messer argued his campaign is all about diversity and outreach.
New York City’s park system is not properly reporting financial inequities between various parks.
Rochester’s television stations have already booked $1 million in political ads, including $225,000 from Kirsten Gillibrand, apparently advertising in her race against Wendy Long.
The AirTrain shut down at JFK yesterday, leaving passengers stranded for hours.
ConEd has a confusing explanation for why they raised New Yorker’s bills during the union lockout.
The New York Times sold About.com for $300 million.
Republicans are scrambling to adjust to the inclement weather in Tampa.
Americans might be paying more attention to the storm hitting Louisiana than the GOP’s Tampa party.
The GOP may extend the convention another day.
Part of Mitt Romney’s task is unifying a factional Republican Party.
He is dolling out millions of dollars to the GOP Senate and House campaign committees.
Claire McCaskill isn’t personally pushing Todd Akin’s rape controversy at campaign events.
Maryland’s Martin O’Malley, a potential 2016 contender, thinks Romney is using coded words to push racial tensions.
The New York Post reports that Chris Christie didn’t join Romney’s ticket because he was pessimistic about his chances in November.