Elsewhere: Paterson’s Special Session, Brodsky’s Stadium Report, McCain on the ‘Pig’ Comment

David Paterson was somewhat less reassuring about the financial crisis than Michael Bloomberg.

He said there may be another special session of the legislature to deal with the crisis.

Barack Obama has received lots of money from Lehman Brothers employees, as has Chuck Schumer.

Ralph Nader says he saw this whole thing coming.

Assemblyman Richard Brodsky is set to release a report on the new Yankee Stadium that looks like it could reveal huge problems.

Schumer endorsed the winner of the Democratic Congressional primary in the Albany area, Paul Tonko.

Andrew Stengel remembers when recently arrested Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio asked him what was so wrong with Albany.

Staten Island’s Frank Morano is shaving his head for charity.

Marty Connor, speaking about new voters in his district, said at his election night party, "They have a different way of seeing the world."

The City Hall News editorial board wants to shorten terms in city offices to just two years, but keep the maximum number of years to eight.

C.H.N.‘s "Forty Under Forty" list is out, and here are some details: Hillary Clinton’s deputy state director likes the song "Smooth Operator," Chuck Schumer’s spokesman prefers "Thunder Road," and the president of New York State Young  Democrats goes with "SexyBack."

John McCain admitted that Obama did not call Sarah Palin a pig.

In an interview with Newsweek, Geraldine Ferraro says she’s not surprised that Palin gave McCain a big bounce in the polls. She also talks about sexism.

A poll-of-polls shows McCain’s convention bounce has dissolved.

The city officially launched a 34th Street bus that’s supposed to be faster.

Tonight in midtown there’s a community forum on the West Side Yards project.


Elsewhere: Paterson’s Special Session, Brodsky’s Stadium Report, McCain on the ‘Pig’ Comment