Weekend in Review: Staying In, Letting Loose, Marine Mishaps

Hillary Clinton writes an op-ed in the Daily News explaining why she is still in the race.

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. defended Clinton over her latest misspeaking.

Camille Paglia, writing in the Telegraph, says that Clinton has done nothing for feminism.

Barack Obama spoke to Wesleyan University graduates, and there’s video!

Jimmy Carter, who is still theoretically neutral, said Clinton will need to be out of the race by June 3, and that most superdelegates should make that a deadline as well.

Bill Clinton, in South Dakota, said he has never seen a candidate treated so disrespectfully.

Hillary lets loose in Puerto Rico.

She will have rifts to heal with New York African-American supporters, reports the L.A. Times.

The D.N.C. is not doing nearly as well as its two candidates are in fund-raising.

Bob Barr officially wins the Libertarian presidential nomination.

Dan Janison reports from Speculation Land that Peter King should be considered for the Republican V.P. slot.

Joe Bruno would like to reduce the number of state public authorities from hundreds to about 40.

State legislators expect to get pay raises this year.

Daniel Wiese, the inspector general of the state police who was a figure in the investigation into the agency, was fired on Friday.

What is City Council candidate Liz Crowley’s position on gay marriage?

The Central Brooklyn Independent Democrats did not endorse Congresswoman Yvette Clarke.

The West Village flooded last night.

A cruise ship crashed into Manhattan.

It’s horseshoe crab-poaching season, and the feds are out. Weekend in Review: Staying In, Letting Loose, Marine Mishaps