Roundup: Gillibrand is Number One With the 1%; Bloomberg Calls Supercommittee a 'Disaster'

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand gets more Wall Street donations than anyone else in Congress.

Mayor Bloomberg described the failure of the supercommittee as “a disaster for the country.”

Westchester businessman Daniel Rubino is considering running for Senator Gillibrand’s seat in 2012.  

Senator Schumer warned New Yorkers that new legislation might mean sales calls reach their cell phones.

MSNBC announced Meghan McCain as a contributor (which they already announced earlier this month) to bolster Alex Wagner’s new show

Revelations in Michele Bachmann’s new biography include the fact John Boehner initially reminded her of Dean Martin.

Protesters occupied a Ron Paul event in New Hampshire.

Roundup: Gillibrand is Number One With the 1%; Bloomberg Calls Supercommittee a 'Disaster'