Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch was re-admitted to NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia today after being released Saturday following a week-long stint. A statement from Koch spokesman George Arzt said:
“His physician, Dr. Joseph Tenenbaum, decided he should return to the hospital for further treatment of fluid around his lungs and shortness of breath.”
A Hillary Clinton Super PAC has been launched.
A bipartisan group of senators has agreed on a set of principles for a sweeping overhaul of the immigration system, including a pathway to American citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants.
A source close to Sen. Chuck Schumer insists he’s cool with Beyonce and thinks lip-syncgate is “a big nothingburger.”
NYC Councilman Domenic Recchia has dropped his Brooklyn borough president bid, clearing the way for Sen. Eric Adams. (Recchia now plans to challenge GOP Rep. Michael Grimm in 2014).
NYC Public Advocate Bill de Blasio’s mayoral campaign kick-off was upstaged by his 15-year-old son’s stupendous ‘fro.
Insiders say that a compromise deal on a minimum wage increase is already in the works to pave the way for passage in the divided state Senate.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo met today with members of the Times Union’s editorial board.
Mayor Bloomberg, who has been very generous with his alma mater, Johns Hopkins, would probably not get into the college if he applied today.
Here’s footage of Bloomberg and Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan’s heated exchange during today’s budget hearing.
On the eve of his mayoral campaign announcement, John Catsimatidis is moving closer to sewing up support among the NYC GOP chairs.
The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence wrote a letter to New York’s legislative leaders thanking them for the controversial law passed earlier this month.
Sen. Liz Krueger is strongly opposed to the NYC Department of Education’s decision to share private student information with the Shared Learning Collaborative.
After spending 20 years in Carl Paladino’s Ellicott Square Building, the Erie County Democrats are relocating their headquarters.
Sen. Joe Robach insists he’s perfectly happy chairing his new committee – Infrastructure and Capital Investments – after losing the Labor Committee chairmanship to IDC member Diane Savino.
The Senate Democrats released their full list of committee assignments.
The Right to Lifers are very angry with Cuomo.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries was feted at a local swearing in ceremony.
Meghan McCain is reportedly glad her father didn’t win the White House.
Instead of eliminating production days as planned, the Syracuse Post-Standard will reduce home delivery to three days a week, but continue to be printed every day for selected retail and newsstand distribution.
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