Elsewhere: Foley, Cookies

 Elsewhere: Foley, Cookies

Jeanine Pirro’s friend says the Post story about her sticking with Al Pirro because he pays for her $15,000-a-month lifestyle is crap.

“If she divorced Al, she’d get 50 percent of his net worth, which is about $12 million.”

The Alan Hevesi chauffeur scandal gets some traction…with two upstate Republican candidates for the Assembly.

The Drum Major Institute thinks the City’s Department of Education isn’t following their own guidelines on interpretation and translation services.

The Brennan Center thinks Pataki’s last 100 days should be spent standing up to the legislature, which he’s done before when he, um, never mind.

Ben translates Senator Ruben Diaz’s rage against everyone, who he thinks should shed “to shed the Republican or Democratic seal and take up the Christian one.”

A Tampa Bay Times editor explains why they didn’t write about Rep. Foley’s emails last year.

The Caucus says Rep. Mark Foley should have known his Instant Message chats were being saved on his computer.

A Florida Democrat wants the whole congressional leadership, and the page program in the capitol, investigated.

John Koblin doubts Google’s new Eighth Avenue office will mean more free WiFi for NYC.

And for everyone about to break fast soon, feast your eyes on the glorious Google cookies.

– Azi Paybarah