There is some discrepancy between Newsday’s Glenn Thrush and Barack Obama accounts of whether Obama ducked the “immorality” question.
Dan Janison thinks Hillary Clinton is the new Richard Nixon.
Roger Stone thinks Al Gore is the new Richard Nixon.
The son-in-law of the real Richard Nixon, Ed Cox, will be John McCain’s state chairman.
During this stage of budget negotiations, certain committees meetings are sort of pointless.
Mayor Bloomberg has a new plan to fight poverty.
Councilman Dennis Gallagher’s anticipated removal of three Community Board members gets noticed.
Excelsior Racing Associates may have hurt their chances of winning the state’s horse racing franchise.
And pictured above is a protester at City Hall.
— Azi Paybarah