Former New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine is set to tell a House committee he has no idea what happened to customer money that went missing when his brokerage firm, MF Global, went bankrupt in October. In testimony prepared for his appearance before the House Agriculture Committee later today, Mr. Corzine said, “I simply do not know where the money is, or why the accounts have not been reconciled to date.”
Charlie Rangel said he isn’t retiring any time soon.
State Senator Liz Krueger said she has some concerns about Governor Cuomo’s new tax plan.
Occupy Wall Street protesters launched an effort to take over foreclosed homes.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus is demanding President Obama return $500,000 in campaign contributions Jon Corzine raised on his behalf now that the FBI is reportedly investigating the collapse of Mr. Corzine’s hedge fund brokerage, MF Global.
In New York, “The 99%” is actually more like 44%.
Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion reportedly has his eye on Gracie Mansion.
The Suffolk County Executive race is turning into a proxy war between Governor Cuomo and former Governor Pataki.
Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson did lunch at Zuccotti Park.
Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver said Occupy Wall Street is following his lead on the “Millionaire’s Tax.”
The FBI was watching former Queens Congresswoman and
Republican Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Geraldine Ferraro.
Democratic State Senator Adriano Espaillat organized a march in Washington Heights in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street.
MF Global, a hedge fund brokerage headed by former New Jersey Governor and Senator Jon Corzine, filed for bankruptcy Monday. The New York Times is calling the firm’s collapse “the first American financial casualty of the European debt crisis.”