A writer in Our Town says Caroline Kennedy is "just like us," and explains, "Like a lot of New York women, she's educated, married, takes care of her family and avidly fundraises."
Kennedy met with African-American elected officials in Brooklyn after she met with David Paterson for a formal interview.
In Watertown, the governor called 2009 "the year of bad medicine" but says we must follow the prescription.
The prospect of Richard Brodsky as attorney general could sink Cuomo's hopes for the Senate.
Sean Hannity tells Newsday's Verne Gay that hosting the show without his former co-host Alan Colmes "gives the show a better flow of the conversation."
A spokesman for Michael Bloomberg declined to say if the mayor will continue supporting Republican state senators.
A blogger at The Albany Project thanks the Gang of Three.
A four-day workweek to help plug the state's budget is one idea.
Anthony Weiner barnstormed the city yesterday.
Cut jobs, says the New York Post editorial board.
Some Public Integrity Commission members hired criminal defense attorneys in response to an ongoing probe.
The Times Union is "glad" to see Bloomberg "brushed back a bit, frankly."
The Staten Island Advance editorial board doubts voters will be too upset about Bloomberg's extension of term limits, and will "recognize" that Bloomberg "is in the best position to pilot the city through the tough years ahead."
That diluted his message, some experts argue.
The Daily News editorial board has suggestions for Malcolm Smith.
Nassau County legislators have a lot to do.
The mayor of Las Vegas wants to get around his city's term limits laws.
Sarah Palin wasn't wrong about something.
Jennifer Lopez is in trouble for not supporting Obama earlier.
Below, Michael Bloomberg and Malcolm Smith in their first sit-down since Smith became the State Senate majority leader: