Can the Democratic peace in New York last?
Hillary Clinton would have a hard time getting elected president, according to Jon Corzine.
Hillary skipped the congressional breakfast with Eliot Spitzer to meet with a Senator from Iowa.
Rudy Giuliani said that leaving Iraq, which the Iraq Study Group recommended, would be a terrible mistake.
George Pataki has a different take.
Dick Morris talked up Mike Bloomberg‘s presidential chances to the American Spectator.
Aides in Eliot Spitzer’s AG office are looking to work on Wall Street.
The list of $52 million of in Assembly pork projects is the tip of the iceberg, or rather, “a single door in a darkened mansion.”
Spitzer may name Patrick Foye to head the state’s economic development agency.
Plans to build some Bronx schools on a contaminated site have been withdrawn.
Some rooftops near Ground Zero are declared clear of human remains.
Nick Spano, who lost his state senate re-election bid, may be nominated by Pataki for a state job.
An aide to former president Carter trashed his new book.
And John Edwards needs money.
— Azi Paybarah