Ahh, memories. It was one year ago this weekend that Anthony Weiner’s political career began to unravel.
There were competing Dominican-themed events today in Charlie Rangel’s reelection campaign.
Andrew Cuomo’s sister-in-law is writing a profile of Mike Bloomberg’s daughter for Tom Allon’s magazine.
Mike Bloomberg now owns 11 houses.
Dan Squadron, rock star.
Dan Halloran is recovering well and wrote on Facebook that “despite the removal of brain tissue, I remain a Republican.”
Rory Lancman attacked Elizabeth Crowley for calling the Israel issue a “distraction.”
A guy who won the lottery is likely running for Grace Meng’s seat.
The Republican Senate candidates will debate.
Eric Schneiderman says the Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities Working Group could use more resources.
Scott Stringer’s answer to transit deserts: Some possible solutions include transforming the dilapidated North Shore Rail Line to BRT or light rail, expanding bus rapid transit to Nostrand Avenue and other crowded corridors and examining the potential for expanded ferry service.
The Albany police department denied allegations that they charged an employee of the wife of an investigative reporter for The Times Union with prostitution as retribution for critical articles.
Malia Obama took her Secret Service detail to see a boy band concert.
Several conservative bloggers have spent the day consumed with a bizarre story about a left wing activist who allegedly tried to attack one of their own.
POLITICO fretted about the state of Cory Booker’s brand.
State legislatures around the country may face unprecedented turnover in 2013.
Mitt Romney’s campaign knocked Barack Obama over his China policy.
Newt Gingrich and Martin O’Malley will debate on “Meet The Press”
Mitt Romney admits that his own verbal gaffes “make me want to kick myself in the seat of my pants.”