Morning Read: Death and Domestic Drama in Westchester

Mary Kennedy, the estranged wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was found dead after apparently hanging herself at her home in Westchester.

Sources told the Post her husband’s “rumored philandering” may have been a factor in her death.

Mayor Bloomberg basically endorsed City Council Speaker Christine Quinn’s mayoral bid.

Convicted former State Senator Pedro Espada had $1 million to $1.5 million of his legal bills paid for by the non-profit health clinic he was tried for embezzling from.

Mr. Espada will likely face another trial for four counts of theft, fraud and conspiracy on which the jury failed to reach a verdict.

A judge is making emails from a private account Eliot Spitzer used to conduct official business during his time as Attorney General public.

The State Senate approved Governor Andrew Cuomo’s plan to create a new state agency to protect the disabled.

State Senator Diane Savino explains why she proposed legislation to legalize medical marijuana.

As required by campaign finance regulations, Christine Quinn won’t be taking wedding gifts from lobbyists, Council employees and others who work with the city.

Gov. Cuomo proposed a law that would cap pay for executivesat non-profits at $199,000.

Roberto Perez says the fact there’s only one Hispanic on the City Council’s redistricting commission has “raised eyebrows among Latino leaders.”

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor reminisced about growing up in the Bronx during a commencement speech for NYU.

The Republican primary in the first congressional district is getting nasty.

Guests at a fundraiser for an Ultra-Orthodox man accused of sexual abuse clashed with protesters in Williamsburg.

State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos is considering launching an investigation into how details of the ethics probe into State Senator Tom Libous were leaked to the media.

The Republican primary for Connecticut’s open seat has been “strikingly personal.”

Mitt Romney and the RNC <a href="$40.1 million last month“>raised $40.1 million last month, just about $3.5 million less than President Barack Obama and the DNC pulled in.

The Senate rejected President Obama’s proposed budget and the Republican alternatives.

Vice President Joe Biden gave out ice cream and milkshakes to patrons during a surprise stop at a Dairy Queen in Ohio. Morning Read: Death and Domestic Drama in Westchester