Anthony Weiner may be making a political comeback — possibly even a run for mayor — but it appears that New Yorkers aren’t ready to get on his bandwagon anytime soon.
“Femme by Ashley” on Broad Street in Red Bank, New Jersey is the talk of the town. The new lingerie and swimsuit store is owned by Ashley Dupré, who was born and raised in Red Bank.
More is being learned about the accused East Side madam, and how she ran her alleged brothel. A former madam says accused Anna Gristina had a reputation for offering a rotating cast of beautiful young women — from the UK and Europe.
Prosecutors say 44-year-old Anna Gristina has been working as a high-class madam for more than 15 years, amassing millions of dollars and dozens of high-profile contacts around in the world in the process.
The two executives, William Gilman and Edward McNenney, worked for Marsh & McLennan Companies Inc., claim he and Slate magazine defamed them in a column.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo used state aircraft for more than a dozen flights to or from his home following statewide tours in which he called for belt-tightening and budget cuts for schools and other services, records show.
There was a final farewell Thursday for one of New York’s most popular and colorful governors. Hugh Carey led the Empire State through the fiscal crisis of the 1970s. His funeral drew a bipartisan who’s who of New York’s political elite.
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The Eliot Spitzer experiment is over at CNN. The network reshuffled its prime-time schedule on Wednesday, canceling the former New York governor’s 8 p.m. show, “In the Arena.”
It’s not clear what Anthony Weiner will do next to earn a living after spending his entire adult life working in politics. On Thursday during his resignation statement, Weiner already seemed eager to jump into something new.
The new ethics law agreement in scandal-scarred Albany includes a provision that would allow the Legislature to veto investigations of its own members within the same party. Good-government groups, however, said the overall proposal is still potentially a vast improvement.
The tentative agreement, struck Thursday, was scheduled to be announced as early as Friday, three people familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.
Former New York Gov. David Paterson is taking a page out of Eliot Spitzer’s book. New York University says former Paterson is joining its teaching staff.
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.