Morning Read: Anthony and Hillary

2012: “Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos, who told me he intends to challenge Kirsten Gillibrand for her U.S. Senate seat.”

Anthony Weiner and Hillary Clinton. (via

2012: “Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos, who told me he intends to challenge Kirsten Gillibrand for her U.S. Senate seat.” [Dee Richard / Times Ledger]

2013: Stringer holds onto some Malinsky money. [Sally Goldenberg / NY Post]

Same-Sex Marriage: “[I]f they cross the border to PA, their marriage is not valid. And under federal law, their marriage doesn’t count.” [Marnie Eisenstadt / Post-Standard]

Same-Sex Marriage: 823 couples applied to get married on Sunday. [Michael Saul / WSJ]

Same-Sex Marriage: 74 couples who wanted to get married in Manhattan asked to marry in another borough. [Javier Hernandez / New York Times]

Weiner: “[C]arrying a detailed analysis of energy issues in sub-Saharan African countries.” Reportedly said he has to convince Huma, her mom and Hillary that he’s cured. [NY Post]

Schools: Judge says city can proceed with shutting down 22 failing schools; defeat for UFT and NAACP. [Rachel Monahan / Daily News]

Schools: Camara and Jeffries explain why they “rooted against the NAACP” in this fight. [Daily News]

Schools: Case not dismissed entirely. [Sharon Otterman / New York Times]

Schools: Spike in bedbugs found. [Ben Chapman / Daily News]

Fracking: “If a new study out of Penn State doesn’t make New Yorkers breathless at the chance to allow hydraulic fracturing — a new method for extracting natural gas — absolutely nothing will.” [NY Post]

Fracking: Cuomo spokesman cites Penn State study. [Fred Dicker / NY Post]

Fracking: Penn State isn’t entirely a neutral agent in this debate. [This American Life]

MTA: “Gov. Cuomo will have a tough time filling Walder’s large shoes.” [Daily News]

MTA: “I don’t think Jay [Walder] has ever been comfortable in a highly political environment,” said Richard Brodsky. [David Chen and Christine Haughney / New York Tiimes]

DSK: Vance wants to interview French woman who accused Strauss-Kahn of rape. [David Gauthier-Villars and Michael Rothfeld / WSJ]

Disclosure: SI Boro Pres owns stakes in undeveloped property on the rock. [Tom Wrobleski / SI Advance]

Environment: “What are the chances of actually meeting the Bloomberg and Sierra Club goal of shutting down about 30% of America’s coal plants? Pretty good, actually.” [Suzanne Goldenberg / Guardian UK]

Downsize: Judge upholds shrinkage of Erie County Legislature from 15 to 11 lawmakers. [Matthew Spina / Buffalo News]

Albany Rent: State collected half as much money renting convention space at Empire Plaza, compared to Pataki’s last year. [Jimmy Vielkind / Times Union]

Albany: Unhappy with a blogger, Albany Common Council considers — but scraps — changing rules about who they consider a journo. [Jordan Carleo-Evangelist / Times Union]

Correction: “Removing a Racially Offensive Term That Appears in the Regulations” was the headline in the state register. [Jacob Gershman / WSJ]

Buffalo: “[S]howdown between two leaders in the Hispanic community” with Dem primary for Common Council seat. [Brian Meyer / Buffalo News]

Irondequoit: After Dems and GOP agree to cross-endorse candidates for open seats, primary battles brew. [Meaghan McDermott / Democrat and Chronicle]

DA Politics: One day before deadline, Dems name Doorley as their candidate. Outgoing DA Green opts  to wait Senate confirmation to bench. [Jill Terreri / Democrat and Chronicle]

Ballots: GOP candidate says people who signed petition to get him on ballot being visited by private investigators. [Susan Campriello / Poughkeepsie Journal] Morning Read: Anthony and Hillary