In a video released early Wednesday morning, former congressman Anthony Weiner says he's made some "big mistakes and let a lot of people down" but "I hope I get a second chance to work for you."
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll released this morning shows Hillary Clinton's approval rating at 62 percent, despite a rash of Republican criticism over the attacks in Benghazi, Libya.
According to a source, Anthony Weiner hired a former Obama campaign aide and advisor to Senator Kirsten Gillibrand to be the political director of his mayoral campaign, the latest sign the former congressman will enter the Democratic primary contest.
State Senator Kevin Parker and Councilman Jumaane Williams make cameo appearances in this music video of a song denouncing the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk policy, which is currently the subject of a federal lawsuit in Manhattan.
There was a time when Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he did not want to take questions from reporters about whatever it is that the candidates running to replace him said or did on the campaign trail.(1)
Anthony Weiner and Howard Wolfson are not done fighting. [Reid Pillifant]
Headline: "Defending Silver, Cuomo says sexual harassment is a societal problem" [Dana Rubinstein]
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn reprises her role as an activist. [Dana Rubinstein]
Councilman Oliver Koppell withdrew his taxi legislation after advocates withdrew their support for it. [Dana Rubinstein]
In a supplement to his story this morning about former Hillary Clinton aides taking a pre-emptive pass on 2016, Jason Horowitz has an online addition that details how Howard Wolfson was converted from a critic of Mayor Michael Bloomberg to one of his most trusted advisers.
In his column today, New York Post state editor Fred Dicker referred to Josh Vlasto, a top aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo as an "increasingly notorious spokesman" who is "considered untrustworthy by many reporters."
The head of the powerful health care worker union said his organization has "the largest political action fund in the country" and will do "what is necessary" to help elect Public Advocate Bill de Blasio mayor.
On Sunday morning, Dan Pfeiffer, a top adviser to President Obama, fanned out across five Sunday shows, in an effort to move the administration past the controversies that are currently distracting from the administration's second-term agenda.
In a letter to Speaker Sheldon Silver today, Vito Lopez announced that he will resign his seat in the Assembly, effective Monday morning at 9 a.m.(1)
1199 SEIU, the powerful healthcare workers union has decided to endorse Public Advocate Bill de Blasio in the Democratic primary for mayor, according to a source. A spokesperson for the union declined to comment. Aides to de Blasio did not immediately return requests for comment.