Roundup: ‘No Immediate Threats’


Mayor Bloomberg, Council Speaker Quinn and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, at Ground Zero. (photo credit: azi paybarah / observer)

Burying Osama: “Obama administration officials decided to bury bin Laden at sea because they felt finding a country willing to accept his remains on short notice would prove difficult. The location of the burial has not been released.” [NY1]

2012: A weak economy can undo Obama’s political gains. [Steve Kornacki]

NY26: No endorsement yet from Cuomo. [Mike Whittemore]

Rudy Giuliani: Extends praise to Obama and Bush. [Maggie Haberman]

Chuck Schumer: Puts it all in context. [Morning Joe]

Protecting NY: “The threat of Al Qaeda did not die yesterday,” said Cuomo. [Casey Seiler]

Michael Bloomberg: Bin Laden is dead,NYC is not. [Mirela Iverac]

Bloomberg’s Immigration Plan: Some New Yorkers are angry. [Erik Ortiz]

Bloomberg’s Assessment: “No Immediate Threats” against the city. [Ben Fractenberg and Jim Scott]

Bloomberg’s Last Days: Less than 1,000 to go; Deputy Mayor Steel speaks. [Brian Lehrer]

T-Shirt Message: “I’m Muslim Don’t Panic!”  worn by a college student. [NYU News]

Tabloid War: ” ‘ROT IN HELL!’ is obviously more in the spirit of the day. But is it the work of the newspaper to rally like that? The Post thinks not, and I tend to agree.” [Tom McGeveran]

Tax Cap: Cuomo is shocked! at the opposition in the legislature. [Celeste Katz]

Roundup: ‘No Immediate Threats’