Unlike most public officials, New York’s hard-charging attorney general, Andrew Cuomo, doesn’t keep a written daily schedule.
That’s according to his office, which, after two separate Freedom of Information requests from The Observer, finally said that Mr. Cuomo simply didn’t have any pre-existing documentation of his day-to-day professional and political activities that he could make Read More
A proposed deal between Time Warner Inc. and the State of New York to run the nonprofit Apollo Theater Foundation is moving closer to fruition and could be announced by the end of spring. And nobody will be more relieved than State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer.
Under the terms of the proposed deal, Time Warner Read More
So maybe Dennis Vacco’s hires in the Attorney General’s office weren’t so bad after all. Democrat Eliot Spitzer, who replaced the Republican on Jan. 1 after the longest electoral photo finish in history, has hired 30 or so top deputies and bureau chiefs, but he has yet to purge the patronage hacks that he had Read More