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.
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.
Eliot Spitzer says regular folks hooked on day trading shouldn’t think they can beat Wall Streeters at their own game because of the flow of inside information.
Director Alex Gibney speaks to CBS 2′s Rob Morrison about “Client 9,” his new documentary that examines the rise and fall of former Gov. Eliot Spitzer.
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Ex-New York governor Eliot Spitzer has been snubbed by the Harvard Club.
Sanchez apologized Friday for his slams at CNN and at Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart, whom he had called a “bigot.”
New York Democrats were piling up on Carl Paladino on Thursday, calling the Republican candidate for governor unworthy of the office.