David Paterson is at a record low in the polls.
"Some" suggest to Fred Dicker that Paterson may have been demeaning the governor's office by posing for a photo for Runners World.
Paterson may be trying to replace June O'Neill with a new head of the state Democratic Party.
Richard Brodsky says changing the way we bid for electricity could save $2 billion a year.
A village election in Saratoga County will serve as a referendum on the existence of the village.
The inspector general is probing the state agency where an employee was paid $94,000 to do nothing.
After their first debate, both Scott Murphy and Jim Tedisco claim victory.
The federal government is taking a close look at high-speed train service to Buffalo.
Finally, says columnist Sean Kirst.
The state pension fund lost 20 percent in the economic downturn.
A report suggests the state could save $48.5 billion in 30 years if it raised the retirement age and made government workers contribute more.
An audit finds the state misspent $28 million in Medicaid funds.
And below, video of good government groups unveiling a study they say indicates racial bias in the state budget: