Elsewhere: Ethics, Snow


Brendan Scott captures the moment when the Chairman of the Assembly’s Ethics Committee decided to vote for the controversial ethics reform bill.

Eliot Spitzer’s appointments so far have not been confirmed by the Republican-controlled state Senate.

The Jewish Press thinks Spitzer is too hard on Sheldon Silver.

The snow storm has Newsday asking, “How far does Tom Suozzi’s juice go?”

Hillary leads the Democratic field in Alabama, Arizona, Oklahoma and Utah.

Ben explains the rift between the netroots and the religious left.

The “fastest and safest human-powered vehicle ever built,” according to one inventor, is here.

The daughter of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was arrested for DUI.

President Bush refused to answer questions about the Scooter Libby trial.

And pictured above is a happy Eliot Spitzer at his budget press conference yesterday.

— Azi Paybarah Elsewhere: Ethics, Snow