Comedian Randy Credico will enter the 2013 mayoral race.
Dean Skelos will introduce new legislation to cut taxes for businesses.
Dan Halloran on his fundraising: “We’re doing very, very well. We anticipate for the first filing to probably be showing a number somewhere between one and two hundred thousand dollars.”
New Jersey Muslims and officials shall discuss NYPD surveillance.
Oliver Koppell said Charlie Rangel’s experience isn’t what it used to be.
Rangel’s spokeswoman: “The reports of Congressman Rangel’s death are greatly exaggerated.”
“My odds are really good now,” said the Republican running for Ed Towns’ seat.
The state legislative primary officially moved to September 13th.
Mayor Bloomberg’s administration is considering a junk food ban …. for prisoners.
Shelly Silver suggested Governor Cuomo’s disability task force should be more independent.
He said he won’t be giving up on the minimum wage.
Creating New York State’s health care exchange won’t be easy.
Working on a crane 1,100 feet in the air isn’t easy either.
The L.I.R.R. plan for the East Side hasn’t been going smoothly.
Governor Cuomo will make cracking down on cyber-bullying a top priority.
The New York Times endorsed legislation banning children from tanning salons.
Peter Vallone: “if the knicks dont re-sign jeremy lin i will never watch another knick game”
President Obama stepped up his criticism of Bain.
Cory Booker’s own comments on Bain might be related to his political ambitions.
The Post liked his original comments, not so much his later explanation.
Bain might just be the tip of the iceberg.
A pro-Obama Super PAC would like everyone to remember the Republican primary.
Obama’s fundraising advantage isn’t what it used to be.
Mitt Romney’s fundraising sweep through New York City should raise him $10 million.