Another female aide to Assemblyman Dennis Gabryszak is coming forward to complain about his allegedly lurid advances

In a symbolic move, President Obama has signed up for health care coverage through an online exchange.

He also extended today’s sign-up deadline by a day.

…The state followed the federal government’s lead and extended its exchange deadline, too.

NYC Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio appointed a Goldman  Sachs executive, Alicia Glen, as the deputy mayor of housing and economic development.

Glen said the de Blasio administration will shift focus away from the large-scale projects that blossomed under Mayor Bloomberg and move towards those that address the problem of income inequality.

De Blasio refused to discuss the “private” life of his spokeswoman, Lis Smith, who is reportedly dating former Gov. Eliot Spitzer.

De Blasio’s campaign manager Bill Hyers defended her on Twitter.

Smith did not attend her boss’ press conference today, and the mayor-elect would not speculate on whether she’ll be joining his administration.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo admitted to playing budget “hooky” in 2011 – and getting busted.

A pay raise bill for Nassau County elections commissioners was poised to pass, but pulled at the last minute.

AG Eric Schneiderman issued a warning to potential gougers looking to take advantage of people in the regions hit by the recent ice storm.

A “Christmas miracle” for Interfaith Medical Center.

Outgoing NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly can’t see any failures in his 12-year tenure.

Kelly will join the Council on Foreign Relations as a distinguished visiting fellow.

A man was shot and killed a block away from the governor’s mansion in Albany.

Rep. Tim Bishop lost a staffer to the private sector.

Registration is now open for Cuomo’s fourth annual State of the State address on Jan. 8, 2014.

Reshma Saujani, who has lost two elections so far, says she plans to run a third time for a yet-undetermined office.

RIP Stan “Brooksie” Brooks. City Hall won’t be the same without you.