Elsewhere: Dinkins Endorses, Boyle Is Out

David Dinkins is backing Bill Thompson, but thinks Michael Bloomberg has been pretty good. David Paterson is asking Ken Salazar

David Dinkins is backing Bill Thompson, but thinks Michael Bloomberg has been pretty good.

David Paterson is asking Ken Salazar to approve off-reservation Indian casinos in the Catskills.

The city, which opposes the Superfund-ing of the Gowanus Canal, does not have the money to clean it up.

In what's become a little bit too routine, another building collapsed, this one in Tribeca.

But! Due to a "railing at the cusp of the Newtown Creek that wasn’t up to specifications, " a planned park in Greenpoint is still not open.

The chair of the State Liquor Authority, Daniel Boyle, is out.

New York City has fewer LEED certified buildings than Portland, Oregon—and five other cities.

Thor Equities tried to convince Marty Markowitz that Coney Island should have retail like a Hard Rock Cafe and a Bass Pro shop.

Some day care centers in the Bronx can't offer Kindergarten because of city budget cuts.

Queens Crap questions the meaning of "undeveloped."

The Clintons are looking to buy in Woodstock.

A former executive of a chemical company in Wallkill has been indicted on charges of "endangering public health, safety, or the environment."

If you know that trick where you bend a Metrocard and it gives you a free ride, be aware it's definitely illegal now.

The Daily News is running a slideshow called "Diseases – Where are they now," which should not be confused with the VH1 show "Where are they now?"

For the first time, a poll shows that there are more Americans supporting gay marriage than opposing it. 

Pig flu in the White House! Close, anyway.

The British have left Iraq.

Elsewhere: Dinkins Endorses, Boyle Is Out