Chelsea Clinton reveals game night secrets of her famous family.

Capital New York has hired Post reporter Sally Goldenberg to cover NYC politics.

Jordan Carelo-Evangelist will replace Jimmy Vielkind in the TU’s Capitol Bureau.

Mayor Bloomberg declared during a testy exchange with reporters that the race to succeed him is not interesting and therefore he is not paying any attention to it.

NYC public advocate candidate Daniel Squadron didn’t live by his own tax return release rules during his key Senate race five years ago.

Joe Lhota believes the Sandinistas are “a murdering, racist, anti-Semitic organization,” but he would rather talk about something else.

Lhota is having a birthday fund-raiser on Oct. 17.

Lhota said it’s hard for him to talk about race and crime in NYC because he’s a “bald, white, fat guy.”

Opposition to fracking at the national level has grown over the past year, a new poll shows.

Robert Reich comes clean about lying to the New York Times about the “inordinate” amount of butter Hillary Clinton once wanted on her popcorn.

John Catsimatidis is a very big fan of Greek food, but perhaps not so much of a fan of his former primary opponent, Lhota.

Randy Credico channels Jimmy Stewart.

Here’s North Hempstead Town Supervisor Jon Kaiman’s “goodbye” message to his constituents as he departs for a job with the Cuomo administration.

The Citizens Budget Commission assessed the state’s first-ever 10-year capital plan.

The New York Times made a documentary called “Hers to Lose” about NYC Council Speaker Chris Quinn’s (losing) mayoral campaign.

The state will receive $905,000 in funding to improve dams across the state to address flooding concerns.

AG Eric Schneiderman announced a nearly $5 million settlement with National Grid.

The state has ordered Excellus and three other insurers to refund $2.2 million to 3,475 senior citizens who were overcharged on health insurance policies.

The state Association of Counties has a new president.

The CapTon Insiders were on the road today in Bolton Landing.