Karl Rove supects Hillary Clinton will run for president in 2016.

Ten years of Clinton style.

Gov. David Paterson has “vacated” the executive mansion and will spend Christmas in NYC.

Gersh Kuntzman tried to convince Assemblyman Vito Lopez that OpEds are a good thing.

State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli will push for a law that bars lawmakers convicted of felonies from receiving their pensions.

Joseph Spinelli will be the acting chair of the Public Integrity Commission following Michael Cherkasky’s departure, effective Jan. 1. (No link).

Suffolk County DA Thomas J. Spota blasted Paterson for commuting John White’s sentence without reaching out to the victim’s family first.

The Open Space Institute’s Joe Martens is being considered by Team Cuomo as the next DEC commissioner.

Larry Schwartz’s job with the Cuomo administration might not be good news for the environmentalists.

Whole Foods is under fire from wineries, unions and small businesses for its plan to sell wine in its stores.

Dan Collins includes Bloomberg and Rudy Giuliani in the “losers” column when it comes tot he Zadroga bill.

A tree that survived the 9/11 attacks returned home.

Rahm Emanuel won his residency case, bringing him one step closer to his dream of becoming mayor of Chicago.

State lawmakers and Labor Department officials met with the producers of “Spiderman” to express concern over safety at the accident-prone Broadway show.

Cuomo has reportedly hired Assemblyman Dov Hikind’s chief of staff to be his Jewish liaison.

Paterson signed a bankruptcy protection bill.

Debate began in court over the waiver granted to NYC Schools Chancellor-in-waiting Cathie Black.