New York and the pursuit of federal aid

Briefing: Cuomo, Bloomberg and the congressional delegation. (Cuomo, via flickr)
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What Rep. Peter King stepping down from the Homeland Security Committee means for New York. [Morning Edition]

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand said the lobbying effort among New York officials for federal aid is "unified." [Colby Hamilton]

"House Ethics Committee Defers to Justice Department" [Celeste Katz]



"Grimm Not Completely Off the Hook" [Nick Reisman]


More info on Governor Andrew Cuomo's request for federal aid. [NY1]

Cuomo's $42 billion figure is higher than his initial estimate. [Anjil Rval]

Jeff Klein, leader of a four-member breakaway bloc in the State Senate, met with Senate Democratic leader John Sampson on Sunday. [Ken Lovett]

2013 / City Hall

How exactly will Council Speaker Christine Quinn undo that proposed district benefiting Vito Lopez? [Chris Bragg]

Digital tools that could help 2013 campaigns. [Aaron Short]

How New Yorkers got around after the hurricane. [Kate Hinds]

The house in Woody Allen's Radio Days survived the storm. [Elizabeth Harris]

Public Advocate Bill de Blasio unfavorably compared Bloomberg to Chris Christie. [Colin Campbell]

And here's the award City Comptroller John Liu was talking about in his press release. [@JodyAvirgan]