Chris Cuomo interviewed Food Network star Sandra Lee for a Thanksgiving segment on ABC News and called her a “vision” without mentioning she’s dating his brother, Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Though sources close to the governor confirm it’s “virtually certain” there will be no special session, Deputy Senate Majority Leader Tom Libous says: Never say never.
Paul Waldman on how a divided Legislature is a safety mechanism for the governor: “Cuomo is, it’s safe to say, not a ‘conviction’ politician whose goal in life is to pass progressive legislation.”
The Syracuse Common Council voted 7 to 1 to pass a local law extending civil rights to all people regardless of “gender expression.”
Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch wants the New York Times to apologize for its “intolerent” and “outrageous” editorial on immigration reform.
Former President Bill Clinton visited the storm-tossed Rockaways this weekend.
There’s a pocket of the Rockaways Sandy didn’t touch.
After losing his congressional bid, former Assemblyman Rory Lancman has his eye on a NYC Council seat.
Former Yonkers Councilwoman Sandy Annabi has been sentenced to six years in prison for accepting nearly $200,000 to change her vote on real estate deals.
Annabi’s co-defendant, Zerhy Jereis, a former leader of the city’s Republican party, was sentenced to four years on the same bribery and extortion charges.
IDC head Jeff Klein is backing small-i independent Democrat Andrew Cohen for NYC Council in 2013.
Citizens Union released yet another study that found public campaign finance in NYC creates more competition than exists in legislative elections.
The University at Buffalo will shutter the school’s controversial shale-gas research institute, less than two months after he penned a letter defending it to the SUNY Board of Trustees.
The Linn County, Oregon sheriff’s office is still trying to collect on $2,104.93 in overtime and other expenses related to former President Clinton’s 2008 visit to the local county fair on behalf of his then-presidential candidate wife.
Tina Brown on Hillary Clinton 2016: “I want her to get her two years off, cut her hair again, freshen up those old pantsuits, and hit the trail running.”
US Sen. Marco Rubio is “not a scientist, man.”
A Q-and-A with John Raskin, founder of the Riders Alliance.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch apologized to the Anti-Defamation League in a phone call and follow-up letter for his controversial tweet blasting the “Jewish owned press” for their “anti-Israel” coverage.
Someone petitioned President Obama to “nationalize the Twinkie industry.”
Two lucky turkeys are en route to the White House for the annual Thanskgiving pardon ceremony.
|Print article||This entry was posted by Liz Benjamin on November 19, 2012 at 5:00 pm, and is filed under Uncategorized. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.|