Morning Read: Bloomberg's Debt Warning, Cuomo's Driving

Mayor Bloomberg presents city’s financial plan at New York State’s Annual Financial Control Board Meeting. July 25, 2011 (Photo Credit: Kristen Artz)

2012: Rudy is running for something. He’s hosting AMC’s “Mob Week’ movie marathon. [Josh Margolin and Maxine Shen / New York Post]

2013: Quinn raised the most out-of-state funds. [Colby Hamilton / WNYC]

2013: Quinn helps State Senate Dems raise money off same-sex marriage. [Ken Lovett / Daily News]

2013: Stringer got campaign cash from execs at organizations he gave taxpayer money to. [Erin Einhorn / Daily News]

NY-9: “Koch’s latest quest is quite a stretch in both logic and politics.” [Joyce Purnick / WNYC]

NY-9: Koch’s endorsement of Turner gets noticed. [Ashley Killough / CNN]

NY-9: Koch calls Republicans “scoundrels” but still backs Turner. [Nicholas Rizzi / Daily News]

Debt: A “blistering critique” from Bloomberg. [Javier Hernandez / New York Times]

Debt: Bloomberg says debt ceiling debate already hurting economy; “declined to detail any specific recommendations.” [Erica Orden / WSJ]

Debt: “Voters will blame all the incumbents; none of them will benefit,” Bloomberg warned. [David Seifman / NY Post]

Counter Narrative: Bronx revival rebuts Boehner’s claim that economy doesn’t grow because of government spending. [Michael Powell / New York Times]

Health Care: Cuomo lets execs with ties to unions steer policy; patient advocates object; billions at stake. [Jacob Gershman / WSJ]

Cuomo’s Signature: Legislation to create “land banks” and revitalize vacant property awaiting Cuomo’s signature. [Jimmy Vielkind / Times Union]

Jobs: Cuomo unveils members of regional economic development advisory council, at 10AM in Buffalo. [Tom Precious / Buffalo News]

Corruption: Prosecutor says Kruger wasn’t subtle about seeking payoffs; opening arguments in trial of hospital exec who allegedly bribed Kruger, Boyland and Seminerio. [Bruce Golding / NY Post]

DSK: Scheduled for court hearing Monday; Vance hasn’t said what he plans to do. [John Eligon / New York Times]

Beaches: Three on Staten Island’s East Shore were closed. [Jillian Jorgensen / SI Advance]

Departure: $97,100-a-year aide to Syracuse mayor abruptly quits; no letter of resignation, “implied” she had other job opportunities. [Rick Moriarty / Post-Standard]

Wine: A deep look at the industry in NY. [Jeffrey Blackwell / Democrat and Chronicle]

And Andrew Cuomo is teaching his daughters how to drive. [Thomas Kaplan / New York Times]

Morning Read: Bloomberg's Debt Warning, Cuomo's Driving