The New York City Department of Investigation will get approximately $824,000 to employ six investigators to probe alleged fraud and waste at the New York City Board of Elections.
A second television ad attacking Christine Quinn was released this morning by the same political action committee whose earlier ad caused Quinn's campaign to threaten legal action against television stations that aired it.
The major Democratic mayoral candidates will participate in their first televised debate this evening at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Taxi-hailing apps are coming to New York City, thanks to a judge's decision today. [Dana Rubinstein]
This morning's Democratic debate was all about Christine Quinn and term limits. [Reid Pillifant]
The NYPD is among the least transparent city agencies, according to Bill de Blasio's report. [Azi Paybarah]
1199 SEIU, the powerful healthcare workers union endorsed Kirsten Foy for the Brooklyn City Council seat being vacated by Al Vann.
The NYPD had the second-highest number of FOIL requests, with 1,883, but had the most number of "outstanding" requests, 577.
Governor Andrew Cuomo said today that he does not support "medical marijuana at this point," but also said that "the situation is an evolving one."
Since Andrew Cuomo came to power, Fred Dicker's word has been as good as the governor's.
Will Eric Holder seek the death penalty against the surviving Boston bomber suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev? [Reid Pillifant]
Chuck Grassley got into a heated exchange with Chuck Schumer, denying he ever linked the Boston bombing to immigration reform. [Reid Pillifant]
Fred Dicker has a revelation about Andrew Cuomo's trustworthiness. [Azi Paybarah]