Michael Powell looked at the human toll of violence in New York’s streets.
Governor Cuomo declined to meet with a group of President Obama’s donors in Charlotte.
“Cuomo?” convention delegates responded when asked about him.
Video from Cuomo’s scrum at the West Indian Carnival.
“He basically was inaudible,” Shelly Silver said of Vito Lopez’s response to his call for him to step down. “I got the impression he didn’t appreciate my advice.”
“His response would indicate to me that he wasn’t going to accept my recommendation but it wasn’t totally clear what his response was,” he said in another interview.
Silver will explore other ways of getting rid of Lopez if he must.
Celebrity attorney, and California delegate, Gloria Allred was on hand at the convention to press her case on the matter.
Jumaane Williams strolled down the Eastern Parkway without a chance of being arrested.
Not that the parade was free of woes.
Michael Benjamin connected the recent string of political scandals to nonprofits.
Orthodox Pundit is skeptical of David Storobin’s principles regarding the all-important circumcision issue.
The Daily News disapproves of Frank Seddio.
The New York Post still doesn’t like anti-charter school advocates.
The Democratic National Committee officially voted on its platform.
The News Cycle is officially dead.
The media is disillusioned with the whole “presidential election” thing this cycle.
Even President Obama’s supporters have changed their tune this time around.
They are ready to answer that all-important “Are you better off” question.
Martin O’Malley, a potential Cuomo 2016 rival, has a prime time speaking slot tonight.
Mitt Romney picked up the crucial Nicki Minaj endorsement. Interpret this how you will:
Court side, you in the C Section
I’m with them bloods you you with the C Section
In Malibu I’m ’bout a sea section
And all these bitches is my sons, yeah C-Section
I’m a Republican voting for Mitt Romney
You lazy bitches is fucking up the economy
Out in Miami I be chilling with a zombie
Diablo Alejandro de Mello Gandhi