Here’s Jeanine Pirro, the former Westchester district attorney who ran for attorney general in 2006 after abandoning a planned Senate race against Hillary Clinton. She was filming a promo for her television show right outside City Hall this morning.
“Weekday afternoons. So New York! So Fox Five!” was her line. After Read More
Yesterday morning about 30 people gathered outside of the Warner Brothers corporate office in midtown to protest the new TV show starring several-times-disgraced Republican Jeanine Pirro.
“I don’t think people want to watch a show of a woman involved in putting innocent people in jail,” said Sam Zherka, perhaps optimistically. Zherka, owner of Read More
Onetime Republican Attorney General candidate Jeanine Pirro may have withheld evidence in a murder trial while she was the Westchester District Attorney, according to a story just posted online by the New York Sun.
A federal grand jury now wants to hear recordings Pirro made of her telephone conversations while she Read More
The peerless Liz Benjamin is coming to New York City to join the Daily News.
For those of you who don’t know her — but really, who doesn’t? — Liz is an authoritative and fantastically prolific blogger and reporter. She also has the distinction of having performed two of the toughest roles in Read More
WNBC’s Jonathan Diest reports on the Jeanine Pirro probe.
“Sources familiar with the investigation say federal and state prosecutors want to know if Pirro improperly put resources available to her as Westchester District Attorney toward campaign work. One key question: whether Pirro or her staffers conducted background checks on campaign donors using computers Read More
Here are some more post-election numbers, courtesy of the state Board of Elections: $776,103.41
– money Andrew Cuomo has left in his account
$92,782.16 – money Charlie King still has left in his campaign account
$40,300 – contributions made to Cuomo between December 8, and December 12, Read More
Jeanine Pirro may be the subject of an FBI probe. Again.
Pat Healy reports on the effects of Barack Obama on Hillary Clinton’s scheduling.
Eliot Spitzer and legislative leaders announce budget reforms, but don’t go as far as to create an Independent Budget Office or abolish the three-person Read More
I was looking through Andrew Cuomo’s final campaign finance statement from the attorney general race — that’s what politics nerds do in their spare time — and one figure that jumped out at me was the $250,000 that Cuomo still owes for television ads.
It seemed, at least, to show that the Cuomo Read More
As if Chuck Schumer isn’t already everywhere, he may take the lead on the effort to bring the Democratic National Convention to New York.
Roslynn Mauskopf got an unenthusiastic endorsement from the ABA for a federal judgeship.
George Pataki and Jeanine Pirro are not attending the state GOP Read More
The man in blue pictured here standing next to Councilman James Sanders yesterday is new mayoral spokesman (and former Jeanine Pirro aide) John Gallagher.
What a day start a new job.
– Azi Paybarah Read More