Granted, it's hard to see how the tools for putting out Cosmopolitan (this month's lead article: "First, Take Off His Pants") and Seventeen ("Amazing Hair") instantly translate into running the nation's largest and most troubled public school system. But for the moment anyways, it might be wo ... More >>
via New York TimesHow many "Sorrys" does it take to fix a leaky oil well? Tony Hayward again apologizes today, this time in front of Congress, many of whom would still like to beat him down most mercilessly despite his deep contrition and now-practiced sadface. Representative Henry Waxman sco ... More >>
Mark Green was the first New York City public advocate -- a sort of Mayoral VP and public busybody -- and, after a two-term interregnum by Betsy Gotbaum, he looks good to become the third. But it's not such a sure thing as it once looked.
When Green announced for the race he actually scared ... More >>
September? How'd that happen? The local political endorsements are flying thick and fast, as are emails from operatives desiring they be publicized.
Today Bill Thompson got his first newspaper endorsement -- from the Amsterdam News. Ha! Bloomberg's got two dozen of those, and the Voice is c ... More >>