Daily News columnist Mike Lupica questioned Harold Ford’s claim that he’s “always been pro-choice,” writing, sarcastically, “Sure he has.”
Ford’s spokesman, Davidson Goldin, is now blasting Lupica for what he says is misrepresenting Ford’s actual record on the issue.
“Harold has always been a supporter of abortion rights,” Goldin wrote in an email Read More
Early next year, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers will begin accepting applications for new, and maybe even unconventional, top-level doman addresses besides .com, .org and .net. Not only will they be recieving one from the city of New York for a “.NYC” address, but also from the Dot Gay Alliance, Read More
ALBANY—State Senator Hiram Monserrate brought his elections filings up to date, and records show he paid $15,000 to a reputation management firm two weeks after he was accused of assaulting his girlfriend.
Monserrate's January filings show his campaign committee paid $15,000 to Dolce Goldin, the home firm Read More
Over the last few weeks, we’ve learned from several reports that NBC is planning a series of layoffs at NBC News and MSNBC. Today, TV Newser provides some names.
According to the site, Davidson Goldin, MSNBC’s editorial director; Amy Rosenblum, the senior producer of the 10am hour of Read More
NBC is planning to get rid of an entire level of MSNBC’s management team, as well as making major cuts at NBC News, according to The New York Post. Two senior MSNBC staffers — head of primetime programming Bill Wolf, and editorial director Davidson Goldin — are set to see their jobs eliminated. Read More
Davidson Goldin reports that 14,707 New York state taxpayers donated to the World Trade Center Memorial this year through a tax form check-off, which is almost 4,000 more than donated to the Lake Placid Olympic Training Center. (Five other causes, on the other hand, yielded much more interest.)
-Matthew Schuerman Read More
The Times reports that a judge has ruled against city plans for a Hunt’s Point site; and the city continues to go after illegal gun sales.
The Daily News reports the City Council has declared war on poverty.
Over at the Post, Andrea Peyser goes after Sheldon Read More
Charles Gargano’s “greedy” comment is taking on a life of its own. The state economic development chief backed down yesterday on using that language to describe developer Larry Silverstein, saying during a television taping, “Emotions got a little high the other day and I think it’s time to look to see how we Read More