Morning Read: Herman Cain in Hot Water; A Challenger for Rangel; A Look Inside Vito Lopez’s Wallet

A report in Politico detailed how two former employees of the restaurant lobbying group that Herman Cain led complained of sexual harassment from the G.O.P. frontrunner.

Former Clinton and Obama advisor Clyde Williams looks likely to jump into the race against Charlie Rangel.

Mayor Bloomberg is pouring money into Democratic coffers for state legislature races in Virginia, hoping to stem the tide of anti-gun control legislation there.

More than 3 million people are without power in the wake of the weekend’s freak snowstorm.

Greg Meeks charged $7,000 in repairs to his Mercedes, in a possible violation of campaign finance rules.

Chris Smith gets an early look at the 2013 mayor’s race.

A look at Pataki administration official turned blogging Andrew Cuomo watchdog David Grandeau.

If Senate Republicans cave on the millionaire’s tax, Andrew Cuomo can still count on Assembly Republicans to uphold his veto.

Would-be Spitzer LG Leecia Eve is getting a job in the Cuomo administration.

Christine Quinn is announcing support of a bill sponsored by Tish James that would require City agencies to report to the Council when they hire outside contractors for over $1 million.

Gambling interests have spent more than $2.5 million over the past year in New York.

The Post doesn’t approve of what it sees as delays in the Cuomo Adminisration’s hydrofracking approvals.

Vito Lopez led an Occupy Wall Street march, but he and his girlfriend have a combined income of close to $500,000.

Dan Halloran was caught on camera delivering a curse-filled rant to an auto-dealership in his district.

The other four district attorneys besides Robert Johnson pushed back on the notion that they are ignoring the ticket fixing scandal.