Morning Read: The Great Beneficiaries Of That Stirring

Mike Bloomberg on Joel Klein: “Did he stir things up? You betcha. That was the job, and the great beneficiaries of that stirring were our children.”

Bloomberg on Cathie Black: “She is a world-class manager.

Black’s two children attended the Kent School in Connecticut, where tuition is $45,000 a year

The City Council is taking on alternative side parking rules.

New York City police fired fewer bullets at suspects last year than any time since the department first began keeping in-depth shooting statistics 39 years ago.

David Paterson wants to reduce the state’s greenhouse gases by 80 percent.

The Upper East Side was the single biggest gold mine in the nation for candidates and their causes, turning over $12.9 million this election cycle.

Rev. Al Sharpton told The Daily News that he has “serious concerns” about the lack of diversity on Andrew Cuomo’s transition team.

Judge Alvin Hellerstein had previously given lawyers until midnight Monday to get 95% of the suing police officers, firefighters and laborers involved in the recovery effort at the World Trade Center site to agree to the terms of the settlement. After that deadline passed, the judge issued an order extending the time another week.

Hillary Clinton thinks Obama can tame the GOP, just like Bill Clinton did.

Paterson and his family once went rafting with the Cuomos in the Adirondacks.

Human Rights Watch is broadcasting ads in New York City taxis that advocate for the trial of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed in Lower Manhattan.

The people of New Jersey approve of Chris Christie.


Morning Read: The Great Beneficiaries Of That Stirring