Ed Koch is in the I.C.U.

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Briefing: Koch. (Daniel J Torres via flickr)
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2013

A break-down of what the candidates said at last night's education forum. [Zachary Stieber]

Christine Quinn joined 43 Council members who signed a letter calling for a "cooling off" period to help end the bus strike. [School Book]

Imagine an APP that created a mayoral candidate. [Anthony Napoli]

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A March 6 Republican mayoral forum will include Adolfo Carrion Jr. [Crains New York]

Emily's List endorsed Melinda Katz for Queens Borough President, Yetta Kurland for Quinn's seat in Manhattan, and Mercedes Narcisse for Fidler's seat in Brooklyn. [Celeste Katz]

City Council candidate Ben Kallos wants a state inspector general to investigate a man's claim that he was beaten almost to death by Roosevelt Island Public Safety Department officers. [Celeste Katz]

City Hall / City Council

"[P]rominent developers have forged an unusual alliance with labor and the construction industry to lobby for rules to allow a new crop of skyscrapers around Grand Central Terminal in Midtown." [Charles Bagli]

Bloomberg denied making the ass comment. [Tina Moore]

He said it's "an outrage" to imply the comment was part of a pattern. [Hunter Walker]

More on that. [Huffington Post]

From an entertainment reporter. [Taylor Bigler]

A look at what fees may go up in this year's city budget. [Curtis Skinner]

Ed Koch was moved to the Intensive Care Unit by his cardiologist who wanted to monitor him more closely. [David Seifman]

Koch is glad the documentary about his tenure at City Hall got good reviews. [Hunter Walker]

When the Bronx was burning. [Jen Carlson]

Jay Leno makes a Bloomberg joke. [Washington Post]

"21 killed by the NYPD in 2012" [W.A.T.E.R.]

Albany

Now, the goal is to have the earliest state budget in years. [Nick Reisman]

Cuomo: "It's not a leftist agenda." [Ken Lovett]

New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli said profits in the securities industry last year were up, but it came "by having fewer people" on their payroll. [Andrew Tangel]

Washington

Bloomberg's PAC spent $9 million in the last cycle. [Tarini Parti]

"Feds' new Sandy numbers don't seem to add up." [Annie Karni]