Olympics, Subpoenas, Puerto Rico

John McCain says he wouldn’t attend the opening ceremony of the Olympics unless China makes some changes. [The Page] Sign

John McCain says he wouldn’t attend the opening ceremony of the Olympics unless China makes some changes. [The Page]

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Barack Obama also thinks there needs to be changes if George W. Bush is to attend. [Lynn Sweet]

Andrew Cuomo announces more subpoenas for lawyers who may have been receiving benefits from school districts. [Liz]

David Brock will be spending lots of independent Democratic money to attack McCain. [Politico]

A Puerto Rico poll has Clinton up 13 points. [Ben]

Time profiles Obama’s mother. [Time]

Obama’s new ad keeps alive his no-P.A.C. narrative. [Barack Obama]

The state budget gives $700 million to upstate, less than Eliot Spitzer had promised. [Democrat & Chronicle]

Howard Dean says he was most afraid of the Democrats having to face Mitt Romney in a general election. [The Hill]

Hillary Clinton gets a superdelegate. [Spin Cycle]

Scott Stringer makes it into a community board report on Page Six. [NY Post]

Rudy Giuliani’s daughter is only sort of dropping his name. [Daily News]

Olympics, Subpoenas, Puerto Rico