At a forum hosted by Univision, President Obama said his inability to get an immigration reform plan past through Congress was his “biggest failure.”

Obama marked the one-year anniversary of the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”

Officials broke ground for the last section of the High Line.

Jimmy Vielkind deconstructs what went wrong for Sen. Roy McDonald.

New Kings Democrats, a progressive group in Brooklyn, wants an investigation of what it maintains was widespread voter fraud that took place during last week’s primaries.

House Speaker John Boehner officially confirmed there will be no attempt to pass a multiyear farm bill before the November elections.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo will soon visit each of the state’s 10 economic development councils to hear presentations on their progress in implementing job-creation plans.

Travis Proulx, a former spokesman for the State Senate and Cuomo administration, is the new voice of Environmental Advocates.

More outside money is being spent on behalf of GOP NY-1 candidate Randy Altschuler.

EJ McMahon takes issue with Sen. Tom Libous’ claim that he and Cuomo passed “the largest middle-class tax cut in 58 years.”

The Citizens Budget Commission has created an interactive map to enable taxpayers to see how much is spent per student and compare spending among public school districts.

The New York Times is taking a hardline approach against after-the-fact quote approval.

New York State’s unemployment rate remained unchanged in August, hovering at 9.1 percent – one point above the national average.

Eliot Spitzer says it’s time for the Occupy movement to grow up, and suggest US Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren might be the vehicle through which that is achieved.

Former RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman is hosting a fundraiser supporting marriage equality at his home on Oct. 13 with a host committee that includes Tony Kushner, Alan Cumming, Jane Lynch, Dan Savage, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick and many more.

Americans For Prosperity, a conservative economic activist group founded by the the Koch Brothers, held an anti-Occupy rally that was crashed by Occupiers.

Obama engaged in a little shoulder dustring with Jay-Z and Beyonce at the 40/40 Club.

ADDED: Rep. Michael Grimm has a new TV ad attacking his opponent, “Hollywood” Mark Murphy.