Elsewhere: Albany Delays, I.G. Resigns

Things are looking dire for both a budget by tomorrow, and the passage of congestion pricing.

The Economist chronicles tough times for the N.Y.P.D.

Tom DiNapoli has put stricter requirements on who can and can’t be collecting state retirement benefits.

Tony Avella has submited a F.O.I.L. request for documents pertaining to congestion pricing from both Michael Bloomberg and Christine Quinn.

The Inspector General under Eliot Spitzer resigned, effective April 10.

The woman with whom David Paterson had an affair is still earning $150,000 in a position at his office.

The Christian Science Monitor profiles upstate congressional candidate Jon Powers.

Self-promotion expert Frank Morano finds another way to get attention.

Barack Obama’s church has faced threats since media attention increased.

John Edwards says he doesn’t want to be vice president.

Frankie Edozien, who broke the Christine Quinn story, spoke to Curtis Sliwa on the radio this morning.

The Mayflower Hotel gift shop is doing well as of late. 

Here is the first part of Azi’s video from Christine Quinn’s press conference today.

Air America’s Randi Rhodes has been suspended after calling Hillary Clinton and Geraldine Ferraro “whores.”

Elsewhere: Albany Delays, I.G. Resigns