Elsewhere: White Powder, Iraq, WTC


Congressmen Vito Fossella, Tom Reynolds and Randy Kuhl are undecided about the resolution opposing a troop surge in Iraq.

Tom DiNapoli was the recipient of some Suspicious white powder.

Former CIA Director George Tenet has a book due out this spring.

Eliot Spitzer showed a kinder, gentler side during a budget tour near Albany.

Michael Bloomberg wants more federal money for victims of September 11th.

Praise for Assembly Republicans, courtesy of The Brennan Center.

Newly elected state Senator Craig Johnson is on the environment, ethics and local government committees.

Does Rudy Giuliani care more about global warming than Al Gore?

JP, writing on Room 8, says today’s Q poll about Eliot Spitzer is worthless.

Paris has a plan to reduce traffic 40 percent by 2020.

Chuck Bennett has a map of where exactly the 2nd Avenue subway line will go.

Even 7-year-olds are talking about the 2008 race.

And pictured above is the book Spitzer brought, and autographed for the newborn baby girl of Tom and Jackie Casey, whose home he and dozens of reporters invaded to witness a talk about the budget.

— Azi Paybarah

Elsewhere: White Powder, Iraq, WTC