A representative said the couple’s decision was “mutual and amicable.”
“My mission in going forward is to be a pristine member of public service, to give back all of the knowledge and everything that I have,” Johnson said.
The former governor of New York, David Paterson spends a few minutes chatting with Boomer and Craig about a variety of subjects.
The fight to legalize same-sex marriage in New York state didn’t happen overnight. Gay rights advocates have been fighting for decades to make it happen.
Do you think Eliot Spitzer or David Paterson will return to politics at some point? Share your thoughts inside.
David Paterson took the WFAN airwaves Monday night for a three-hour show in which he talked NCAA Tournament, Knicks basketball and the New York Mets.
As his nearly three-year roller coaster ride as New York Governor neared its end, David Paterson was on CNBC Friday talking pension reform.
Gov.-Elect Andrew Cuomo is hitting the ground running as he prepares to start his new job on Jan. 1, 2011. He’s even getting an early start. Cuomo will take the oath of office two hours early at 10 p.m. on Friday.
Johnson has pleaded not guilty to assault, menacing, harassment and criminal mischief in the Halloween 2009 incident.
The Times Union of Albany reported that Paterson allocated the money for a youth chess program and to promote a New Jersey-New York Super Bowl, among other things.
After facing public insults, scornful tabloid depictions and a “SNL” skit portraying him as a clueless, blind bungler, Paterson called the criticism “cruel” and “orchestrated.”
This afternoon Governor David Paterson will join WFAN’s Mike Francesa for the day on Mike’d Up from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
WCBS 880 Anchor Steve Scott spoke with New York Gov. David Paterson Tuesday on a range of topics — including any regrets he has and his future in politics.
A state bailout of New York City Off-Track Betting is still alive after the state Legislature failed to approve it Monday.
Agenda items include renaming the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel for Gov. Hugh L. Carey, a Democrat credited with bringing New York City from the edge of bankruptcy in the 1970s.