Occupy Wall Street is back in the news, and so is the NYPD's 'white shirt policy'
The New York Times picks up on a Daily News story and video showing a high-ranking police officer using his baton aggressively to get Occupy Wall Street demonstrators off a public sidewalk.
The most recent series of clashes started on the six-month anniversary of the original demonstrations in lower Manhattan, which also coincided with St. Patrick's Day and, fortunately for protesters, the onset of spring weather.
Anyone feel like it's going to be a long, hot summer?
New York City's congressional delegation is less Jewish. [Marc Tracy]
Mitt Romney's aide likened him, very unhelpfully, to an Etch A Sketch. [Devin Dwyer]
Skelos is confident Storobin will win. [Chris Bragg]
Whoever wins, they'll have to run again soon. [Jill Colvin]
Possibly against each other. [Andrew Grossman]
Newsday's headline: "GOP on brink of Brooklyn upset"
The appeal to Orthodox Jewish voters made this race a lot like last year's race for Weiner's seat. [Adam Dickter]
"How the hell do you lose a race like that? Maybe if you hire the same consultants that lost the Bob Turner seat," said Independent Democratic state senator Diane Savino. [Jimmy Vielkind]
"This is about internal Jewish community politics, and internal shifts within the demographics of the observant Jewish community," said consultant Michael Tobman. [Colby Hamilton]
"We hope that the African American community will support us in the same way that we supported [them] in the past," said Councilman Ydanis Rodriquez. [Roberto Perez]
"[H]e didn't think Ray Kelly showed him enough respect," Rep. Peter King said of New Jersey governor Chris Christie. [David Freedlander]
Seven Assembly Democrats, three Assembly Republicans and one State Senate Republican recently exploited a loophole that allowed them to "retire" and collect pension paychecks while still serving in office. [Laura Nahmias]
Storobin declares victory. [Gifterphotos]
Fidler declares victory. [Azi Paybarah]
Forest Park. [Ethan Felder]