The new ad by Hillary Clinton that invokes Osama bin Laden drew a sharp response from Barack Obama’s campaign.
Clinton makes some pretty inflammatory comments about Iran.
Reportedly, Richard Nixon’s daughter is “quietly” supporting Obama.
Bill Clinton says the race card was played on him.
Glenn Thrush runs the numbers on the presidential primary.
The Daily News editorial board calls Dilan a “little piggy” and pokes fun at his explanation.
The legal bills resulting from the City Council’s accounting problems have already run up to $95,000.
David Paterson says he didn’t want to talk to the press about his $150 in charitable donations because he wanted to avoid the kind of “feeding frenzy that I thought I was the victim of in the last month.”
Paterson also said he’s likely to run for reelection in 2010.
In an op-ed, Adolfo Carrion explains what he’ll do if elected comptroller.
Randi Weingarten has an op-ed about crime in public schools.
Gary Mittleman is out of the race for the congressional seat in the 21st district.
Rupert Murdoch is buying Newsday.
The managing editor of the Wall Street Journal is reportedly leaving.
Lester Brown and Jonathan Lewis say the country’s “food-to-fuel” mandates are contributing to the world’s food crisis.