Political heavyweights from Bill and Hillary Clinton to Walter Mondale paid their respects to the late Geraldine Ferraro today.

Ferraro “knew her stuff,” according to former Secretary of State Madeline Albright.

John McLoughlin’s retirement didn’t last long.

Save your Weiner jokes, the congressman has heard them all before.

Here’s a highlights reel of the funniest parts of Weiner’s Congressional Correspondents Dinner speech.

Rent control and a property tax cap top Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s post-budget agenda.

The Assembly released its summary of budget conference committee agreements hours after voting on the budget.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo “has advanced the cause of limited government on the Hudson far more than did his past three predecessors – the hapless David Paterson, the shirtless Eliot Spitzer, and the clueless Republican, George Pataki,” writes Deroy Murdoch.

“Mario Cuomo seems to have lost one of his own family members along the way,” says Richard Kirsch.

Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver insists it’s his budget, too.

Assemblywoman Jane Corwin voted against half of the 10 budget bills – or for half, depending on your outlook.

Cuomo failed to beat his father’s early budget deadline, but he’s got at least three more years to try again.

President Obama is regaining his popularity among young voters.

“Miracle on the Hudson” pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger slammed a GOP lawmaker’s attempt to gut aviation safety legislation pushed into law last year by the Families of Continental Flight 3407.

Bloomberg appointed a new board member for the NYC Housing Authority.

Snakeonthetown no more.

Bronx Zoo Director James Breheny: “I’ve heard people refer to her by various nicknames throughout the past week, but she does not have an official name. Maybe we’ll do some sort of naming contest.”

Some pork is kosher.

State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli gets results.

George Demos to Randy Altschuler: Not so fast.

NJ Gov Chris Christie’s love of The Boss is not reciprocated.