Christie is better known that Cuomo, and Cuomo has the power to change that whenever he wants.
Sen. Chuck Schumer plans to reintroduce a media shield bill that would allow media organizations to appeal to a federal judge before being forced to submit records and sources to government investigators.
Former city comptroller Bill Thompson said Christine Quinn's story was "touching" and "inspiring."
Bill Thompson "absolutely" denied a report in the Post this morning that he was open to endorsing scandal-plagued assemblyman and former Brooklyn Democratic boss Vito Lopez, who is running for City Council and was censured by colleagues after the state made a six-figure payout to female staffers who accused him of sexual harassment.
Anthony Weiner didn't take any big steps toward a mayoral bid in the last two months, at least according to his latest filing with the city's Campaign Finance Board.
Rep. Charlie Rangel would like President Obama to offer a better explanation for why the Justice Department collected phone records for the Associated Press.
Yesterday, City Council Speaker and mayoral candidate Christine Quinn spoke publicly for the first time about her past struggles with bulimia and anorexia.
Headline: "Asked about a Schumer bill that might have protected the AP, the White House says it's 'complicated'" [Reid Pillifant]
This time, Bill Thompson says he'll have the spending advantage. [Dana Rubinstein]
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio said he'll push banks on home foreclosures. [Azi Paybarah]
Asked about a Schumer bill that might have protected the AP, the White House says it's 'complicated'
White House press secretary Jay Carney said at least a dozen times at a press briefing today that President Obama believes in reporters' unfettered right to pursue investigative stories.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio has reveled in his role as the mayoral candidate who would raise taxes on the rich.
And even if the B.O.E. did have the money for the election, they are unable to count the votes in time nor have the electronic voting machines reset in time for the runoff two weeks later. "I'm sure that this is going to be a lesson-learned election," said the Deputy Executive Director Dawn Sandow.
President Obama will appear at three pooled-press Democratic fund-raisers in New York City this evening, after spending part of the day fielding questions about the I.R.S. and Benghazi.