David Chen notes in his lede that Michael Bloomberg's gun investigation is coming one month before the general election.
So does The Raw Story.
It's $1.5 million cost was paid by NYC taxpayers, writes Sara Kugler.
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Promoters of the gun shows where the investigations took place aren't talking.
Even to this reporter in Ohio.
WaPo notices the investigation.
David Paterson took a shot at Al Sharpton.
Paterson defended Rangel, and doesn't want his job.
Andrew Cuomo's proposal for pension oversight gets digested.
An editor in Brooklyn thinks anger over extending term limits will be tempered.
A DC 37 vice presidents asks of Bloomberg, "Is he an idiot or is he a fool?"
The Post carries news of a Bloomberg endorsement.
Aaron Short covers Thompson's Williambsurg opening.
Bloomberg knocks on a door in an Orthodox neighborhood.
Sofia London imagines a more powerful WFP than what we're seeing now.
"Do I have to watch this," Hiram Monserrate's girlfriend said at trail when shown surveillance video of the night he allegedly assaulted her.
S.J. Jung stops campaigning for the seat in Flushing.
The chairman of the committee on elections doesn't like run-offs.
Jeff Aubry's former chief of staff is supporting a Republican candidate (against Danny Dromm) who opposes same-sex marriage.
Eric Schneiderman is happy with new drug laws that took effect today.
The president of the Club for Growth defended its endorsement of Doug Hoffman "without having to make any excuses for his positions on key economic growth issues."
Rick Lazio doesn't think state senators should go to China.
"Getting elected on a different party line is very much a challenge," said Lynn Schulman, now running on the WFP line.
Frances Villar gets attention from a Dominican newspaper.