Anthony Weiner knocks Christine Quinn, Michael Bloomberg knocks Andrew Cuomo

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Quinn. (William Alatriste.)
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Michael Bloomberg implicitly criticized Andrew Cuomo, saying decisions about whether to permit hydrofracking should not be based on politics. [Dana Rubinstein]

Anthony Weiner attacked Christine Quinn and admitted his sexting habit had been going on for a long time before it became public. [Reid Pillifant and Azi Paybarah]

The city is setting aside $800,000 to investigate possible fraud and misconduct at the New York City Board of Elections. [Azi Paybarah]

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Kirsten Gillibrand is making a last-minute push for Elizabeth Colbert Busch. [Reid Pillifant]

2013

Weiner took a shot at Quinn over term limits. [Carl Campanile]

More on Republicans and drones. [Jill Colvin]

Jill Colvin questions John Catsimatidis about his tax returns. [John Kenny]

George McDonald attacked Catsimatidis for saying the recession largely bypassed New York. [Jacob Kornbluh]

City Hall / City Council

Quinn said she wants to hire more police officers. [Michael Howard Saul]

The NYPD will release harmless gas in the subway stations to test how a chemical attack there may unfold. [AP]

Albany

Headline: "Cuomo's Approval Rating Slides with Republican" [Nick Reisman]

Jon Campbell discovered one of the companies hired to determine whether fracking is feasible in New York is part of "one of the state's pre-eminent gas and oil drilling trade groups." [Rick Karlin]

The assemblyman accused of corruption, Eric Stevenson of the Bronx, is still getting thousands of dollars in per diems. [Nick Reisman]