The Morning Read: Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Rudy Giuliani is kinder and gentler, says a reporter who knows him well. Giuliani is celebrating his birthday by raising

Rudy Giuliani is kinder and gentler, says a reporter who knows him well.

Giuliani is celebrating his birthday by raising money around New York City.

Eliot Spitzer may support congestion pricing.

Mayor Bloomberg said “Shame on Congress, who can’t get together” to work out the immigration bill.

Bloomberg criticized attempts to honor Sonny Carson.

Charles Barron honored Carson with an unofficial park renaming.

Bloomberg drew a connection between the freedom soldiers fight for and good health.

The Sun profiles the man behind Bloomberg’s 2030 plan.

Eliot Spitzer and Joe Bruno are Albany’s “dysfunctional power couple.”

The Post editorial board wonders if the city’s medical examiner succumbed to pressure to rule that a woman’s death was connected to the September 11th terrorist attacks.

Eric Gioia talked about food stamps.

Congressman John Hall is being targeted by Republicans.

Ehud Barak is in a runoff to lead Israel’s Labor Party.

Google’s deal to buy DoubleClick may violate antitrust laws.

And there’s one eighteen year old who can’t wait to get elected.

The Morning Read: Tuesday, May 29, 2007