Morning Read: You Don't Get Do-Overs in Life

The city got blanketed with nine inches of snow.

The subways are mostly running fine

This time, the city was ready: “I don’t think you get do-overs in life,” said Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson. “But I do think this is an opportunity to once again, as we have consistently before Christmas, demonstrate why we have the best snow-fighting force in the country.”

In a lawsuit, the federal government has accused New York City of overbilling Medicaid by “at least tens of millions of dollars” by improperly approving 24-hour home care for thousands of patients.

Business groups gave more this election cycle than labor groups.

Lawyers representing a firefighter who is suing to block the development of a Muslim community center and mosque in Lower Manhattan filed a motion seeking to block the developers from doing any construction on the site.

A look at CityTime.

Assemblyman Peter Rivera’s campaign treasurer was charged with impeding a probe into a nonprofit that got taxpayer money and secret loans from Rivera.

A look at Save New York, the business group backing Andrew Cuomo’s agenda.

In 2010, New York City police shot fewer people than in any year since the department started tracking such statistics four decades ago.

The New York archdiocese plans to shutter 27 schools.

The DN doesn’t think Kevin Parker should serve as the ranking member of the Energy Committee.

John Catsimatidis: “I am convinced that Walmart’s entry into the five boroughs – particularly in the aggressive manner in which the company has outlined its plans – is a real danger to the overall economy and character of this city.”

Barack Obama has his highest approval rating in nearly a year.

David Paterson handed out raises to 28 police officials before leaving office.

Randi Weingarten received $194,188 last year from the United Federation of Teachers for unused sick days and vacation time accrued before she left to become president of the American Federation of Teachers, boosting her total compensation to more than $600,000 for 2010.

Cuomo is schmoozing rank-and-file lawmakers over at the governor’s mansion.

Cuomo will be taking it to the people.

Many of Mike Bloomberg’s proposals to reform the civil service will have to be approved by Albany

A look at Jared Lee Loughner’s reading list.