It could be a late night down at the Capitol this coming Saturday.

In an attempt to break a logjam between the Bloomberg administration and the UFT, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is considering tweaking state law to ensure teacher-evaluation agreements wouldn’t expire until they are renegotiated.

The state Business Council split the baby with its statement on the conceptual budget deal.

The CBC deems the early extension of the millionaire’s tax “disappointing.”

CUNY Prof. Eric Alterman: “Politically as well as philosophically, the younger Cuomo is a hybrid species, one that pundits have trouble identifying.”

Ron Deutsch New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness calls the $350 “family rebate” check championed by the Senate GOP “ill conceived.”

VP Joe Biden and three Newtown families teamed up with Mayor Bloomberg to demand that Congress do the right thing about getting guns off the streets.

After being hit with a long-awaiting lawsuit from the New York Rifle & Pistol Association, AG Eric Schneiderman said his office will continue to defend the controversial gun-control law passed in January.

Senate Republican leader Dean Skelos is backing supermarket mogul John Catsimatidis for mayor of NYC.

Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino as Moses.

The Riverhead Town Board reversed its own no booing policy.

NYC Councilman Charles Barron is getting involved in the Jackson, Mississippi mayor’s race.

Hillary Clinton has double-digit leads over two favorite sons of Florida – Sen. Marco Rubio and former Gov. Jeb Bush – in the 2016 presidential race, according to a new Q poll.

The DNC, which borrowed more than $20 million at the end of the 2012 election, continues to fall further into the red at a time when it is supposed to be paying off its debt.