Another day, another plan from the House Republicans to avoid default and end the shutdown.
Does the shutdown boost the 2016 chances of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and NJ Gov. Chris Christie?
America Rising, a Republican super PAC, is filing a FOIL request for records related to the Cuomo administration’s role in the Moreland Commission’s subpoena process.
State Education Commissioner John King said the teachers unions’ call for a three-year moratorium on using Common Core test results for “high-stakes” decisions is a “distraction” from the goal of improving student outcomes.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge to part of the Obama administration’s first wave of regulations aimed at tackling climate change.
The court won’t be hearing Nite Moves’ tax case, which argued that nude dancing is art and therefore shouldn’t be taxed.
Cuomo reportedly met today with the NYT editorial board, which has been critical of his administration – particularly when it comes to reform promises and transparency, or lack thereof.
The Court of Appeals ruled New York pistol permits issued by cities or counties are not limited to people whose primary residence is in the state, reversing a 1993 decision by a midlevel court.
A man in his underwear played guitar in front of the Capitol in D.C. today.
The upside of the SAFE Act, according to Assemblyman Steve Katz is that “Andrew Cuomo will never, ever be president of the United States.”
Ohio Gov. John Kasich will headline a state GOP event on Oct. 29.
Hillary Clinton got a parking ticket in London.
Sen. Liz Krueger proposed a bill to end sexual harassment episodes in which employers have escaped without any penalty solely because the victim was an intern.
A seven-member committee will embark on a national search for the next director of the Great New York State Fair.
Former Sen. Alfonse D’Amato has a thing for Democrats with the last name “Thompson.”
“The poorly financed, loosely organized” anti-casino amendment coalition includes an environmentalist, an evangelical reverend, a Lubavitcher rabbi, a bankruptcy lawyer, a retired neurologist, the ex-Rochester mayor, and a think tank.
The 13,000-member union representing New York Police Department sergeants and Mayor Bloomberg are both suing to block a police-oversight bill passed recently by the NYC Council.
GOP NYC mayoral cadidate Joe Lhota says Cuomo and Bloomberg “don’t deal with each other,” adding: “It’s about two men and their egos.”
The Rev. Al Sharpton fired back at four pastors who questioned his commitment to New York City issues.
Rielle Hunter is sorry.
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