Elsewhere: The Unemployment Rate, The Jobs and Education Party

Several prospective employees turned down jobs with Hillary Clinton because of a burdensome vetting process, she said.
Steven Rattner, who managed Michael Bloomberg’s money, is leaving his job as car czar.
Readers debate the meaning of Carolyn Maloney keeping Robert Jereski off the ballot.
Gotham Schools has a problem with Bloomberg’s report on how he kept his campaign promises.
Bloomberg hopes to run on the Jobs and Education Party line.
Thompson goes to HuffPo with his unemployment figures.
Bill Thompson rolls out man-on-the-street testimonials (with an unintentionally funny transition at :50).
Bloomberg talks about Haiti.
June O’Neill is stepping down as chairwoman of the state Democratic Party, but not entirely leaving the scene.