Andrew Cuomo received a Huffington Post “Changer of the Year” award–presented by his father, Mario–but the reception was marred by a raucous Occupy Wall Street protest outside.
Author Naomi Wolf was arrested at the protests.
Christine Quinn echoed Mayor Bloomberg’s comments on the Occupy Wall Street protests, telling ABNY breakfasters that the city needed to not be anti-Wall Street but to recognize that the anger expressed was real, and to balance first amendment rights with the rights of the neighbors.
The protests have been a boon to private security firms.
The Haggerty Trial raises the question of how Bloomberg went about extending term limits, Adam Lisberg writes.
Chris Christie bashed Barack Obama at a speech at the Ronald Reagan library, calling him “ bystander in the Oval Office.”
A legal clash is brewing after a town clerk upstate declined to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
John Haggerty’s defense, Michael Powell writes, appears to go like this: How can you steal from someone as profligate and careless with his campaign dough as Mike Bloomberg?
Bloomberg’s closest aides who are appearing on the witness stand have their legal fees paid for by the mayor.
Bill Clinton had high praise for the job Andrew Cuomo is doing.
Clinton was in Albany for a economic development conference sponsored by Cuomo, in which the governor announced that a $4.4 billion high-tech research project involving global companies like IBM and Intel will create 6,900 jobs statewide.
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