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New York Times
A Suburban Life, Permissible Back Then
Wall Street Journal
Taxes Add Up, Even With Cuts
Politician Ticketed For Pot
2009 Election Probe Emerges Again
Malloy Charts New Course on Gun Laws
Got Questions for Cuomo? So Does He
Audit Snags Assemblyman
Pro-Gun Rally Hits Cuomo
GOP Rebels as Cuomo Shifts Left
Plan to Privatize LIPA is Forming
Budget Hole Seen After Loss of Aid
Casino Firms May Sit Out Public Debate
Behind Cuomo’s Gun Law Victory
New York Nears Gun Control Deal
At Open House, Cuomo Shows Lighter Side
Still Rapping, No Longer Racist
Cuomo for Gun Laws
City Reports Drop in Incarceration Rate
Job Creation Awards Made in N.Y. 
N.Y. Speeds Through Health-Exchange Approval
Ground Zero Cancer Link Unclear
Return Favor, Donors Tell Republicans
Cuomo Shifts Tone, Pushes Against GOP
N.Y. Sandy Fund Scrutinized
A Closer Look at Cuomo’s Sandy Stats
Recovery Effort Left Many Towns Adrift
McMahon Wrestles for Votes
After Four Decades, Memorial to FDR is Complete
Bill Clinton on Libya Probe: There Won’t Be a Whitewash
Critics Press for Ethics Probe to Review Speaker
Silver Supports Higher City Taxes for Wealthy
New York Post
New York Lawmakers Get taxpayer funds to sleep in second homes in Albany
Politicians caught collecting Albany per diems when they’re not there
VICE Magazine
You Can’t Be Batman’s Girlfriend and a Good Reporter at the Same Time
Gotham Gazette
Council’s Police Reforms Could Alter NYPD Tactics, But Face Hurdles
City & State
The Mayor of William’s Town
Boyland’s Magic Trick
FBI Taped Boyland in Brooklyn While he Claimed Albany Expenses
The Littlest Lobbyist
For Nan Hayworth, another campaign manager with a history of women problems
Rangel Returns: Spirit Willing, Flesh Weak
No Mega Millions, But Funds Unclaimed for New York Politicians
Breaking News:
Early Christmas in Albany, After Wrapping Presents for Weeks
Former State Sen. Carl Kruger Receives Seven Years in Prison for Corruption
Liu Paying Treasurer’s Legal Bills, Raising New Questions
Senator Carl Kruger Heads to Court for Possible Guilty Plea
Three Judge Panel Questions New York Senate and Assembly Redistricting Plan
Assembly Will Pass One-House Budget, Without Tier VI
Investigative:
An Unusual Living Arrangement for a Democratic Power Broker
Bad Medicine: How Political Corruption Upended New York City’s healthcare system
Eliot Spitzer’s 2010 Campaign Account: Still Active, Making Payments
Member Items to Blame for $20 Million Federal Grant Foul-Up
Pork Resurrection
Features:
Bloomberg’s Last Defense
The Diva of the District
Wayne Barrett is off the Cuomo Beat (For Now)
Mayor Michael Bloomberg: A History of Insults
The Diary of an Albany All-Nighter
Espada, Again
Last Train to Brownsville
Covers:
How Much Can $1.25 Change Someone’s Life? 
It’s Not the Money, It’s the Principle
The End of the Rainbow
There Oughta be a Law

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