New York politics – from City Hall to Albany

Paterson’s Last Grab for Relevance

August 13th, 2010
David Paterson is back! Kind of. As Governor-in-waiting Andrew Cuomo enters what must be the middle stretch of his endless inauguration, the current governor has been trying ...

Why Charlie Rangel Might Have an Obligation to Stay in Office

The Harlem Democrat might be current shorthand for "congressional corruption," but an abrupt departure could just make matters worse.
August 3rd, 2010
The case of Rep. Charlie Rangel seems pretty cut and dry: A Congressional Panel has hit him with 13 ethics violations (mainly for finding new, recreational ways to use ...

Our New Politics Blogger: Avi Zenilman

July 27th, 2010
We just hired a great new politics blogger. His name is Avi Zenilman, and he will post politics stories in this space every Tuesday and Friday. A little bit about Avi: Avi ...

Take 5: The Weekly Roundup

Five stories you shouldn't miss
July 22nd, 2010
1. Lobbying Albany is big business: The state Commission on Public Integrity corrected a computer error, revealing that lobbying is not in decline — 2009 revenue nearly ...
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