The Round-Up: Friday

The House of Representatives tabled a resolution accusing Representative Charles B. Rangel of “dishonoring himself and bringing discredit to the House” by occupying four rent-stabilized apartments. [NY Times]

A panel of experts concluded that the Indian Point Power Plant is safe, though its relationships with its neighbors are “unhealthy,” and parts of the place look so run down that it shakes public confidence. [NY Times]

More arrows are seen pointing towards a recession. [NY Times]

The MTA is going to study alternatives to station entrances for the Second Avenue Subway after Upper East Siders battled over a midblock gateway on 72nd Street. [NY Post]

A construction worker fell six stories to his death at a Greenwich Village building site last night. [NY Post]

Tourism officials are warning that a new travel policy could deter foreigners from visiting the city. [Crain’s]

After mocking Staten Island’s “guidos” and “guidettes,” the mayor of Belmar New Jersey is going to tour the borough’s main attractions today. [NYDN]

The Olympics is exposing a rift in Manhattan’s Chinatown. [NY Sun]

Artist Jennifer Bartlett has sold her Manhattan townhouse, which includes a pool and a studio, for $17 million. [WSJ]

The Round-Up: Friday