Morning Read: At Least Not This Bad

Mayor Bloomberg is planning to reduce the city’s workforce by 10,000 jobs.

“I don’t think he saw this coming, at least not this bad,” says a source close to Charlie Rangel.

The Post think Rangel should resign.

Michelle Bachmann was more gracious.

Jimmy McMillan is suing the Board of Elections for $350 million

Albany’s reputation is curbing Andrew Cuomo’s recruitment.

The Times profiles Cathie Black.

The state will likely need more tolls, as well as special taxing districts and more streamlined environmental reviews if it is to keep up with its road, bridge and mass transit needs in coming years, Lt. Gov. Richard Ravitch said.

The extension of the 7-line would link two very different worlds: Flushing, NY and Seacaucus, NJ.

Huckabee muses on 2012.

Upstate Democrat Bill Owens backed Nancy Pelosi.

  Morning Read: At Least Not This Bad