Morning Read: Cuomo in Puerto Rico, and not The Bronx; All Eyes On Gillibrand; Protest at Turner Ceremony

Andrew Cuomo is making a concerted outreach effort to minorities signs that some were growing impatient with what they perceived as a lack of attention to their concerns.

Gov. Cuomo hasn’t set foot in the Bronx since being elected last year.

The 2012 cycle has begun and both parties are focusing on Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and control of the State Senate.

The Wall Street Journal examines why Kirsten Gillibrand continues to be plagued by low poll numbers.

Angry over the spying scandal, some Muslim leaders in New York are discouraging fellow Muslims from cooperating with the police.

Mayor Bloomberg has been reaching for soaring oratory more and more these days, belying his reputation as a number-cruncher.

Residents of Lower Manhattan are getting fed up with the constant drumming of Occupy Wall Street.

The Times has a great scene-setter from this weekend’s Somos conference.

Critics pointed out to Mayor Mike Bloomberg that despite his advice to Washington on how to solve the nation’s debt crisis, debt in New York has ballooned.

Peter Kalikow for Herman Cain.

David Soares announced that he wouldn’t prosecute the 25 Occupy Albany protesters arrested over the weekend for trespassing.

Occupy Wall Street protesters tried to disrupt Bob Turner’s ceremonial swearing-in.

A critical look at the role tax credits for film and TV production have on the city economy.

 

Morning Read: Cuomo in Puerto Rico, and not The Bronx; All Eyes On Gillibrand; Protest at Turner Ceremony