Mayor Bloomberg was in Washington D.C. today pushing for stronger gun-control laws. He also met with the New York delegation, where the delegation’s dean, Charlie Rangel, said the mayor was well-received.
Here’s how Rangel described Bloomberg’s advocacy: “Absolutely, our nation’s leader on this effort.”
As for budget issues, Rangel said the mayor was slightly less Read More
The murder rate is up. Snow, and now garbage, remains piled high on sidewalks. Cathie Black began her first day as chancellor of the city’s schools, over the deep suspicion if not outright opposition of many parents, pols and educators.
But amidst all these gloomy newspaper headlines, which have lead to a drop in his Read More
Andrew Cuomo paid a visit to Jewish leaders today, and found himself in the thick of Brooklyn’s political divide.
According to sources, he visited with four Hasidic rabbis, and at three of the meetings he was met by Brooklyn Democratic Party boss Vito Lopez and Steve Levin, his former chief-of-staff who now serves on the Read More