Morning Read: Obama in Edison, and on “The View”

Due to the state’s many public authorities and agencies, no one really knows how many people work in state government.

Until he met with House Ethics chairwoman Zoe Lofgren, Charlie Rangel was determined to fight the charges against him.

Idaho Rep. Walt Minnick called on Rangel to quit.

California Rep. George Miller called for a settlement to be reached.

Obama is headed to Tastee Sub Shop in Edison,NJ, before gabbing with the gals of “The View.”

The trip will be a test of Wall Street’s affection for the president.

Pedro Espada will not be ousted from the Democratic Party, after all.

Senate President Malcolm Smith is on vacation, which means that Democrats lack the votes to pass a budget.

Days before announcing a shareholder lawsuit against Bank of America, Tom DiNapoli received donations from a lawfirm hired to help litigated the case.

Could the U.S. Senate flip?

Blago’s fate rests with the jury.

Why did Nassau County exec Ed Mangano, a Republican, appear alongside Andrew Cuomo and not Rick Lazio: Because Cuomo’s going to win.


Morning Read: Obama in Edison, and on “The View”