Elsewhere: Stolen Merchandise and Spitzer's Albany

 Elsewhere: Stolen Merchandise and Spitzer's Albany

Rudy Giuliani’s spokeswoman said that the campaign book that was passed on to Ben may have been stolen.

A top campaign aide for Eliot Spitzer is now a lobbyist.

Thursday is Day 1 for the new MTA boss.

Starbucks will stop offering trans-fatty food on Wednesday, so hurry.

More Massachusetts legislators supported gay marriage when they voted on the issue today.

Marcus Gadson makes the case for Barack Obama, saying, “Plenty of other Presidents who had decades of experience and lots of high positions in government have been failures as chief executive.”

And pictured above is the Capitol last night.

— Azi Paybarah

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