The ‘News’ cuts, Shirley Huntley implicates, Joe Lhota apologizes

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The N.R.A. responds to Mayor Michael Bloomberg's TV ad in New Hampshire with one of its own. [Reid Pillifant]

The legislators on the Shirley Huntley recordings. [Azi Paybarah]

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn suggested embattled Councilman Dan Halloran resign immediately. [Azi Paybarah]



How New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman got mentioned in the Shirley Huntley memo. [Reid Pillifant]

Among the Daily News staffers let go today are Joanna Molloy, columnist Albor Ruiz, reporters Christina Boyle and Robert Gearty, and editorial writers Stephen McFarland and Alexander Nazaryan. [Joe Pompeo]

Albany reporters formally lodged a complaint about being temporarily barred from a public hearing by staffers in the State Senate. [Tom McGeveran]


Joe Lhota is criticized by law enforcement unions for referring to Port Authority safety officers as "mall cops." [Celeste Katz]

City Hall / City Council

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, his aides and the law enforcement unions are trying to kill the NYPD inspector general bill. [Sally Goldenberg]

A sex-ed app. [Jessica Roy]


Governor Andrew Cuomo rattles the saber. [Glenn Blain]

"The Assembly abruptly canceled its scheduled 12:15 p.m. session today" for "mandatory, b-annual ethics training." [Ken Lovett]

The Assembly voted 88-50 in favor of creating public financing of state campaigns. [Nick Reisman]

State Senator Eric Adams said he has not been contacted by federal authorities. [Nick Reisman]

State Senator James Sanders explains his "snitching" remark. [Colin Campbell]