Morning Read: The International Landscape of Bulging Pectorals and Rippling Abdominals

Even if Mayor Bloomberg brings in a number 2 to be Cathie Black’s pedagogical deputy, David Steiner won’t commit to approving her waiver.

After hiring Joel Klein, News Corp announced that uses technology to track students’ progress.

Andrew Cuomo is one of the sexiest men alive, according to that “international landscape of bulging pectorals and rippling abdominals” known as People Magazine.

No one knows who will pay for the subway extension into New Jersey.

A member of Mayor Bloomberg’s security detail was bounced from his post after he allegedly shot his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend while off duty, police sources said.

The city Board of Elections mailed out instructions to votes on how to use machines that the city no longer uses.

Liz Krueger: “It is pretty complicated to get budget cuts done on a couple of days’ notice with an outgoing governor.”

More foodmakers are signing on to the mayor’s anti-salt initiative.

A downtown rebuilding source said it was difficult to imagine Park51 getting federal grants.

The feds are investigating the company building the Fulton Transit hub for skirting minority and women contracting requirements.

Federal stimulus money is helping feed hungry New Yorkers.

NYC has the worst traffic in the country.

It isn’t clear if Democrat Robert Duffy, the lieutenant governor-elect, will simply be able to vote to continue or halt debate or be able to vote on any critical spending or policy bill if the Senate is deadlocked 31-31.

Advocates hope that Andrew Cuomo adopts Christine Quinn’s food policy plan.

 

 

 

Morning Read: The International Landscape of Bulging Pectorals and Rippling Abdominals