Roundup: Sweetening Pensions, Counting Homeless

bt mrmets Roundup: Sweetening Pensions, Counting HomelessExecutive Pay: New York tops the list. [Stateline.org]

Police Scandal: “Police Headquarters and City Hall, where officials are preparing for a police scandal the likes of which the city has not felt in decades.” [Murray Weiss]

2012: Trump “is making a fundamental miscalculation about what we can get away with.” Critics wonder “has all [this] gone from being a cynical branding exercise to something a little darker and scarier?” [Josh Benson]

2012: Trump’s birthe strategy angers a conservative. [WNYC]

Taxes: Paterson says they should go up, in Washington. [Anna Sale]

Same-Sex Marriage: Support rising, says Ellner. [Windy City]

Bloomberg’s Third Term: Good news includes extension of No. 7 subway, technology sector and the economy. [Erik Engquist]

Pension Costs: 55 bills introduced to raise pension benefits. [Glenn Blain]

Pension Costs: Larry Littlefield doesn’t like how the issue is covered. [Room 8]

Redistricting: it helps Democrats, says Sampson. [Nick Reisman]

Homeless NYC: 8 percent uptick in people in homeless shelter. Advocate numbers: 113,553 people, including 42,888 children. [CBS]

Matzah Connoisseur: John Liu. [Youtube]

Negative Ads: Students randomly aim at Cuomo. [loveski19]

Photos: Margaret Chin, Scott Stringer and others open a local baseball league in Manhattan.

 

Article continues below
More from Culture
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal attends 'Sunday In The Park With George' Broadway opening night after party at New York Public Library.
Jake Gyllenhaal Talks Taking His Musical Shot in ‘Sunday in the Park With George’