The Morning Read: Monday, May 28, 2007

US and Iranian officials hold a rare meeting about Iraq.

Rudy Giuliani’s 2008 presidential campaign is facing the same problems that came up in his 1989 mayoral campaign.

There is a feud in Hillary Clinton’s campaign between her staff in DC and New York, Fred Dicker reports.

Carl Bernstein’s new book says that Bill Clinton considered divorcing Hillary in 1989.

Barack Obama said veterans need more mental health counseling.

Now is the best time for Mike Bloomberg to dump his stake his Bloomberg LP, says Terry Keenan.

Greenwhich is one of the “must stops on the presidential fund-raising tour.”

A statewide ban on metal bats for kids under 16 years old was introduced by Andrew Lanza.

Chuck Schumer says there is a shortage of air traffic controllers.

Liz reports on Mike Gianaris' 2009 aspirations and says that Hiram Monserrate is "dancing” with the state Senate Republicans.

Seven people who were not first responders are getting Ground Zero worker compensation benefits.

WABC-TV is back on air after a fire in the studio.

One of the largest biodiesel fuel manufactures may be built in Brooklyn.

And here's a look at the unusual world of young conservatives [subscription].

The Morning Read: Monday, May 28, 2007