Morning Read: Obamacare In Court; Brooklyn Pols In Hospital Mess; 2nd Ave Subway Lives!

A Brooklyn non-profit hospital with ties to high-level local pols like Vito Lopez, Ed Towns, Erik Dilan and John Sampson is riven by mismanagement and waste.

Hakeem Jeffries is slated to receive the endorsement of Al Vann’s political club today, a three-decade supporter of Ed Towns.

State lawmakers are looking into ways to keep future teachers evaluations from public view.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo reached a deal with legislative leaders to fund the final three years of the MTA’s capital plan, moving forward the construction of the 2nd ave subway.

Remington Arms Company, one of the world’s largest gun manufacturers, is threatening to pull out of New York State if Gov.Cuomo’s microstamping bill passes.

Straphangers were hit by subway trains 147 times last year.

Gentrifiers are moving in to the South Bronx.

Are New York mothers timing their pregnancies to help with their chances of getting their children into private schools?

The Upper East Side crane collapse of 2008 points to an all-too common problem: overstatements by Chinese parts suppliers.

Dan Halloran will accept the endorsement of the Queens GOP today.

Warm weather means a crime wave could come to Far Rockaway.

Churchgoers around the city donned hoodies in solidarity with Trayvon Martin

Oral arguments on the new health care law are set to begin today in front of the Supreme Court.

The ruiling could shake the fall elections.

Rick Santorum is ignoring calls that he exit the presidential race.

Once again Santorum must survive Pennsylvania.

Newt Gingrich, on the other hand, looks about ready to exit the stage.

 

 

Morning Read: Obamacare In Court; Brooklyn Pols In Hospital Mess; 2nd Ave Subway Lives!