Journalists are under attack in Egypt.

Hillary Clinton to the rescue.

White House reporters criticized President Obama for providing too little information on the situation in Egypt.

Clinton lost one of her closes advisors.

Rep. Chris Gibson has softened his position on Medicare.

Irony alert: Assemblyman Adam Bradley, who declined a jury trial and was found guilty on domestic violence charges by a judge, was called for jury duty.

Assemblyman Jonathan Bing (endorsed by Bloomberg in 2010) comes out in favor of ending last in, first out “before any layoffs are necessary.”

Bloomberg hearts Bloomberg.


The state Democratic and Independence parties, both of which endorsed Cuomo for governor, are now actively backing his budget.

State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli appointed Andrew SanFilippo, Buffalo’s comptroller, as executive deputy state comptroller for state and local government accountability.

BCC President Kevin Drumm decried Cuomo’s SUNY cuts.

Not all lobbyists are equally bad in Cuomo’s eyes.

Michael Caputo on his newfound support for Cuomo: “One of the first questions I’m getting from some of the more far-right members of the Tea Party is ‘How much is Andrew paying you?'”

Barbara Bush’s decision to come out in support of gay marriage didn’t surprise her friends.

Rep. Gabby Giffords, iPad fan.

There will be no coup in the NYC Council’s Black, Latino and Asian Caucus.