Ben Lawsky is grabbing headlines and stealing the spotlight from Eric Schneiderman, The Post says.
The paid sick days effort is preparing to roll out prominent LGBT supporters of the legislation to push Christine Quinn on the measure.
Michael Goodwin accused Quinn of triangulating.
Dan Halloran is seeking the Libertarian line in the fall.
Andrew Cuomo vowed to crack down on guns during the next legislative session.
Archbishop Timothy Dolan decided to put aside Barack Obama’s support for same-sex marriage for a night and invited him to the Al Smith dinner.
Dean Skelos wants his colleagues in the Assembly to get serious about fake pot.
New York World takes a look at the city’s biggest 2013 campaign bundlers.
David Paterson has a new gig as the chairman of a risk management consulting firm that provides advice to construction companies.
Craig Eaton said that David Storobin was scapegoating him when a judge questioned the state Senator about falsified signatures on his petitions.
The Woolworth Building is being converted into apartments.
The future of manufacturing in New York is in places like the Greenpoint Manufacturing Design Center, which allows Brooklyn to retain some of its remaining industrial spaces for small-scale, small-batch manufacturing.
Twitter officials have complied with a court order to turn over account information to help New York police investigators identify who threatened to carry out an attack like the Colorado movie theater shooting at the Broadway theater where Mike Tyson is appearing in a one-man show. The compliance comes three days after the social media company denied an emergency request from the police department to provide the account-holder’s registration information and computer network address, The Times reports.
The mechanic who was responsible for an Upper East Side crane collapse four years ago avoided jail time and was sentenced to community service.
Claire McCaskill got the GOP opponent she wanted: Todd Akin, who won the Missouri GOP Senate primary last night.
Irin Carmon scours the public statements of Ann Romney to discover the woman behind Mitt.
Scott Walker will be speaking at the GOP convention.
Obama is targeting women in Colorado.
Bill Clinton slammed Mitt Romney’s new welfare ad.
The campaign is part of Romney’s efforts to woo white working class voters.
Mitt Romney confused the word “Sikh” with “sheik.”
Rick Santorum will assemble his supporters in Tampa for a “unity reception.”
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