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Exclusive: Queens pol Ron Kim to run for public advocate

Exclusive: Queens pol Ron Kim to run for public advocate

Assemblyman Ron Kim plans to formally announce a run for public advocate Monday, joining a crowded field vying for the post. Kim, a Queens Democrat, said if elected he plans to shift the office’s

Cuomo campaign press secretary Abbey Collins joining prominent consulting firm

The following is an expanded version of the second item from my “Albany Insider” column from Monday’s print editions: ALBANY — Gov. Cuomo’s 2018 campaign press secretary is joining a prominent public
Cuomo raise making him highest-paid governor is no slam dunk, NYS legislative official says

Cuomo raise making him highest-paid governor is no slam dunk, NYS legislative official says

ALBANY — A recommended raise for Gov. Cuomo that would make him the nation’s highest-paid governor is no slam dunk, legislative insiders say. Cuomo would see his salary jump over three years from the
LOVETT: Cuomo begins revamping administration heading into third term

LOVETT: Cuomo begins revamping administration heading into third term

ALBANY — As he heads into his third term, Gov. Cuomo has begun the revamping of his administration. Cuomo has brought in one-time staffers to former President Barack Obama, ex-Mayor Michael Bloomberg,
Readers sound off on skewed justice, Trump and 411

Readers sound off on skewed justice, Trump and 411

Politics, race and a fair trial Bronx: To Voicer Renee Durant: Thank you for pointing out the obvious in the Chanel Lewis trial and the double standards amongst mainly right wingers under the lead of
George Steinbrenner, Lou Piniella both fall short in Hall of Fame bids

George Steinbrenner, Lou Piniella both fall short in Hall of Fame bids

LAS VEGAS — It looks like Mariano Rivera will be the most prominent pinstriper going into Cooperstown this summer. George M. Steinbrenner, the legendary former Yankees owner, and former Yankee player
Comey testimony to House: Russia probe began long before Trump's election

Comey testimony to House: Russia probe began long before Trump's election

What President Trump calls a “witch hunt” actually began long before he was elected, when the FBI began looking in mid-2016 into Russian hacking of Democratic National Committee computers, former FBI
Nick Ayers, rumored to be next White House chief of staff after John Kelly's departure, turns down job

Nick Ayers, rumored to be next White House chief of staff after John Kelly's departure, turns down job

Nick Ayers, chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, was viewed as the favorite to replace John Kelly as President Trump’s chief of staff early next year. Instead, Ayers announced Sunday, he’s
Mets round out Mickey Callaway's staff ahead of MLB Winter Meetings

Mets round out Mickey Callaway's staff ahead of MLB Winter Meetings

LAS VEGAS — The Mets have named former Yankee World Series champion Chili Davis as their hitting coach and finalized their major league coaching staff for 2019. They have also added Chuck Hernandez as
Jared Kushner reportedly advised Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman on how to 'weather the storm' after Khashoggi killing

Jared Kushner reportedly advised Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman on how to 'weather the storm' after Khashoggi killing

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law, has been a close ally of Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman since early last year, and that friendship reportedly continues even today, months after Jamal
Marco Rubio warns that lawmakers may have to rethink reach of White House pardons if President Trump grants clemency to Paul Manafort

Marco Rubio warns that lawmakers may have to rethink reach of White House pardons if President Trump grants clemency to Paul Manafort

Little Marco sees big trouble for Donald Trump should the President start throwing around pardons. Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio told ABC “This Week” that it’s time to rethink the reach of White
Adam Schiff warns President could go from the White House to the big house

Adam Schiff warns President could go from the White House to the big house

Being in the White House may be keeping Trump out of jail, according to the top Democrat on the Senate House Intelligence Committee. “There’s a very real prospect that on the day Donald Trump leaves
STASI: Another sleazy President brought low by women

STASI: Another sleazy President brought low by women

No matter what lies they tell you, it’s always about a woman, my mother used to say. And she was right — even though she wasn’t referring to Presidents or politicians — just horndog men who lie about
Readers sound off on Joe Esposito, Lance Armstrong and Lady Gaga

Readers sound off on Joe Esposito, Lance Armstrong and Lady Gaga

Transparency in NYC hiring and firing Manhattan: New Yorkers deserve a city government that is transparent and accountable (“Should have axed Esposito myself,” Dec. 4). This extends to personnel
Russia investigation initially looked at 4 Americans, Comey says

Russia investigation initially looked at 4 Americans, Comey says

The FBI's counterintelligence investigation into potential ties between the Trump campaign and Russia initially focused on four Americans and whether they were connected to Russian efforts to
Didi Gregorius 'confident' he will return to Yankees his normal-self following Tommy John surgery

Didi Gregorius 'confident' he will return to Yankees his normal-self following Tommy John surgery

There’s no telling when Didi Gregorius will return from the always-tricky Tommy John surgery. That the Yankees shortstop is willing to concede. “I don’t have that information yet,” Gregorius told
Manny Machado free agency takes form with Yankees keeping an eye out

Manny Machado free agency takes form with Yankees keeping an eye out

Manny Machado should transition into teaching public relations once he hangs up the cleats, for it seems the coveted free agent is an expert on damage control. A month after walking back his infamous
Albany harassment culture's comeuppance: Women fight a system that's resisted change for generations

Albany harassment culture's comeuppance: Women fight a system that's resisted change for generations

“I’m a single woman. I don’t come from wealth. How do I survive this experience so I can get a job again?” That’s what Leah Hebert, former chief of staff for assemblyman and Brooklyn boss Vito Lopez
Cuomo vetoes bill that would have allowed lottery jackpot winners to remain anonymous

Cuomo vetoes bill that would have allowed lottery jackpot winners to remain anonymous

ALBANY — A 500 million dollar jackpot can get you a lot of things, but anonymity isn’t one of them. Gov. Cuomo on Saturday announced he vetoed a bill that would have allowed lottery winners in New
VA head Robert Wilkie once called the Confederacy's president a 'martyr to 'The Lost Cause' '

VA head Robert Wilkie once called the Confederacy's president a 'martyr to 'The Lost Cause' '

Veterans Affairs secretary Robert Wilkie once lauded the Confederate president Jefferson Davis as a “martyr to ‘The Lost Cause.’ ” Wilkie also referred to Davis as an "exceptional man in an