Gov. Andrew Cuomo believes the terror threat faced by New Yorkers is worse today than it was 13 years ago.

Former Gov. George Pataki said it is “really disappointing” that high-profile Republicans are not rallying behind GOP gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino.

Cuomo and his girlfriend Sandra Lee participated in a 9/11 memorial motorcycle ride.

The duo rode the governor’s Harley Davidson Electra Glide that bears the number “56.” (He’s the 56th governor).

Cuomo spent $60.62 on each vote in Tuesday’s primary. Zephyr Teachout (who ended up with more than a third of the vote) spent $1.57.

Chris Churchill: “(T)he best explanation for Tuesday’s surprise is this: Many upstate voters can’t stomach the governor’s bullying and impolite style.”

Sen. John Sampson learned on Twitter that the governor would be backing his (unsuccessful) primary opponent.

Assemblyman Danny O’Donnell, chair of the Corrections Committee, is on a tour of upstate prisons. (It’s the 43rd anniversary of the Attica uprising).

Former Assemblyman Nelson Castro received no jail time for his guilty plea to perjury charges, but was sentenced to two years probation.

The Catholic League won’t participate in next year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade because parade organizers reneged on a promise to permit a antiabortion group to march.

Tim Wu on political reporters: They “look like other reporters but they have a poisonous sting.”

Kathy Hochul acknowledged her erstwhile primary opponent by name for the first time on Twitter.

About 35,000 E-Z Pass customers who entered the state Thruway northbound from Route 17 in Woodbury, Orange County, were overbilled for nearly a month.

The Buffalo Bills’ Sunday home opener at Ralph Wilson Stadium against the Miami Dolphins is sold out, and thus will be televised locally.

Assemblyman Michael Kearns is threatening legal action to get information from the state agency responsible for placing convicted sex offenders in a West Seneca neighborhood late last year.

Kiryas Joel is the youngest place in New York, with a median age of 11.4.

Cuomo and NJ Gov. Chris Christie announced a plan to collaborate on enhancing security preparedness and coordination in the New York-New Jersey region.

On the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani recalled the day he calls “the worst day in my life, and in some ways the greatest day.”

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton warned that ISIS is recruiting women as potential terrorists, to attack targets overseas and, potentially, in America.

State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli endorsed Nassau County DA Kathleen Rice’s NY-4 run.

VP Joe Biden will make a splash in Iowa with an official White House visit next week, just three days after Hillary Clinton basks in a major media spotlight there.

RIP William B. Wilmot.