The FBI has thwarted a plot to bomb the New York Fed.

Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos’ (already nominal) Democratic opponent, Thomas Feffer, has stopped campaigning for “personal reasons.”

Mayor Bloomberg is hosting his second fund-raiser in a year to benefit Sen. Mark Grisanti – this time at his Upper East Side townhouse, in conjuction with the NYLCV.

The domestic violence conviction of former White Plains mayor and assemblyman Adam Bradley was overturned by a state appeals court.

The DCCC made a new round of TV ad buys in seven districts, including two New York seats where the it had not previously purchased air time: NY-21 and NY-25.

Democrat Julian Schreibman is dredging up an old proposal made by Rep. Chris Gibson that backed nuclear power.

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, mayor of NYC?

George Pataki is “hopeful” New York City Republicans will have a strong mayoral cotender in 2013.

Jay-Z appears in an Obama video.

Some people saw a “Big Love” connection in Romney’s “binders full of women” comment.

Bloomberg said the responses of both candidates to last night’s gun control question were “gibberish.”

Following Bloomberg’s $250,000 donation to the Maryland same-sex marriage ballot effort, hedge fund executive and Republican donor Paul Singer gave the exact same amount.

Hearst Connecticut Media Group bans the word “fracking” in its on-line comments section.

SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher will speak tomorrow at a national forum on addressing exploding college costs.

Capital’s Reid Pillifant has all the color from last night’s debate at Hofstra.

I’m not quite sure how I missed this, but it’s great.