BuzzFeed profiled the decline of the Village Voice.
The New York Post dropped another “bombshell” on Naomi Rivera: An ex-boyfriend claiming she gave him a job and unethically used a non-profit’s credit card.
Michael Goodwin is excited about Bill de Blasio’s recent pro-business moves.
Michael Grimm’s former fundraiser, a key figure in the original New York Times allegations, was arrested. The charges seem aimed beyond mere immigration fraud and could be designed to get evidence on Grimm.
Guy Molinari said the arrest proves the congressman is not at fault.
Grimm’s district has a healthy history of scandals.
His campaign is ready to have a serious discussion about entitlement cuts.
Chuck Schumer is quite the matchmaker for his staff.
Mike Simanowitz said Jimmy Meng shouldn’t reflect on his daughter’s congressional campaign, but he admitted, “You know how it is in politics, baggage is baggage.”
Simcha Felder isn’t a fan of the term “super Jewish district,” saying on Dov Hikind’s radio show, “They never called a district – The super Catholic district, Super Muslim..anything. You never see that by anything.”
The Post called for an investigation into Tim Bishop’s fundraising.
The New York Times wholly approved of the state allowing online voter registration.
“I don’t care about Mitt Romney’s taxes,” Diane Savino said. “I don’t need to see his taxes to know he’s filthy rich and got all the tax breaks that other filthy rich people get.”
Mitt Romney raised cash in Long Island over the weekend.
President Obama’s campaign released an ad attacking Paul Ryan.
Ryan is currently preparing for two key moments: the debate and his convention speech.
Ryan and Romney had a good relationship even before he was picked for the ticket.
Ryan released his taxes.
He’s being targeted on women’s issues in particular.
The chairman of the Alabama Democratic Party had some choice words for Artur Davis and his role in the RNC convention.