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Larry Craig is staying in the Senate.

Mark Green's radio station interviewed Elizabeth Edwards, who went after Rush Limbaugh for avoiding the draft.

Ray Rivera has more on Bloomberg’s explanation of his current role at the company he founded, which is now being sued for alleged discrimination.

Bloomberg supports Mets manager Willie Randolph.

The Catholic Conference supports Spitzer’s plan to allow illegal immigrants to obtain a driver’s license.

In the comments section, QueensSINGH says he wants Bill Thompson to change his approach to education.

Sandy Treadwell bought an LA pad for $1.8 million from a beauty queen, reports Liz.

The state Senate will hold a hearing on Spitzer’s selection of a group to run the state’s horseracing franchise.

New York Magazine gets excited about Roger Stone’s connection to NXIVM.

Tony Avella is actively campaigning for mayor.

John Sabini’s arrest gets some local coverage.

Charles Barron pops up in the Queens Chronicle.

Twenty-seven percent of Republicans would jump ship if Rudy Giuliani gets the nomination, according to a poll. (The scenario includes a hypothetical third-party candidate.)

The television show Family Guy is getting sued.

And pictured above is Bloomberg at a press conference today. Elsewhere: Bloomberg, Spitzer, QueensSINGH