Morning Read: I Will Be The Next Chancellor

Cathie Black told reporters yesterday, “I will be the next chancellor.”

Cathie Black served on the board of Coca-Cola when they fought efforts to curb obesity.

Then Comptroller Bill Thompson twice confronted the company about its practices when Black served there.

Scott Stringer’s representative on the Panel for Education Policy thinks that body should ask David Steiner for the waiver

Gov. David A. Paterson is poised to sign off on an Indian-owned casino development project in the Catskills.

Sarah Palin’s daughter went on a homophobic rant on Facebook in a reply to a user who bashed her mom’s reality show.

David Yassky, appearing in a taxi near you.

Kids like Obama’s new children’s book.

Mayor Bloomberg’s charitable foundation pumped $75 million into Caribbean tax havens last year.

The city’s top health official is against the new Williamsburg cigarettes.

Dan Senor is still considering a run against Kirsten Gillibrand.

The number of subway delays spiked in September.

Howard Fineman reports that Mike Bloomberg and Joe Scarborough are mulling a run for president.

Dana Millbank says Chuck Schumer’s ascent in the Senate is a warning to the White House.