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The Enquirer exposed!

capitalnewyork.com — Young Dylan Howard wants to return a notorious tabloid to respectability ... almost.
Jul 28, 2014

RT @BuzzFeedBen: “Anyone who has information and wants to get paid, call me,” said Howard. “My checkbook is open.” capi.tl/1sYrLJk via @capitalnewyork

Jul 28, 2014

“Anyone who has information and wants to get paid, call me,” said Howard. “My checkbook is open.” capi.tl/1sYrLJk via @capitalnewyork

Jul 28, 2014

RT @joepompeo: National Enquirer claims its working on a “black-ops” exclusive that will “shake the foundations of Washington D.C.” capi.tl/1sYrLJk

Jul 28, 2014

National Enquirer claims its working on a “black-ops” exclusive that will “shake the foundations of Washington D.C.” capi.tl/1sYrLJk

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Capital Playbook: De Blasios move into Gracie

capitalnewyork.com — Welcome to Capital Playbook! Sign up for our newsletters here. By Jimmy Vielkind in Albany, Azi Paybarah in Manhattan and Mike Allen in Washington TRANSIT LEADER? -- "In answer to an M.T.A. financial quandary, some say 'Virginia,'" by Capital's Dana Rubinstein: "Cuomo's transportation commissioner, Joan McDonald, brought up [Virginia] before the M.T.A.-focused transportation 'reinvention commission' recently, when ...
Jul 28, 2014

RT @mikeallen: Leading today's @capitalnewyork Playbook: De Blasios move into Gracie Mansion after getting back from Italy: bit.ly/1rQSIgb

Jul 28, 2014

RT @mikeallen: Leading today's @capitalnewyork Playbook: De Blasios move into Gracie Mansion after getting back from Italy: bit.ly/1rQSIgb

Jul 28, 2014

RT @mikeallen: Leading today's @capitalnewyork Playbook: De Blasios move into Gracie Mansion after getting back from Italy: bit.ly/1rQSIgb

Jul 28, 2014

Leading today's @capitalnewyork Playbook: De Blasios move into Gracie Mansion after getting back from Italy: bit.ly/1rQSIgb

In answer to an M.T.A. financial quandary, some say 'Virginia'

capitalnewyork.com — Tweet Share on Facebook Share on Tumblr Print New York doesn't often look to Virginia when it comes to mass-transit solutions. But Governor Andrew Cuomo's transportation commissioner, Joan McDonald, brought up the Commonwealth before the M.T.A.-focused transportation "reinvention commission" recently, when, at the very end of her testimony, she was pressed on whether there were any prospects for congestion pricing in New York State.

A looming casino war, with casualties likely

capitalnewyork.com — Tweet Share on Facebook Share on Tumblr Print For most of its life as a casino town, Atlantic City was a safe bet. The people who made the city's skyline glow and roulette wheels spin watched the money pile up as their regional monopoly boomed.

The Sovaldi dilemma

capitalnewyork.com — Sarah Palin won Politifact's Lie of the Year award for her anti-Obamacare "death panels" trope in 2009, and in fact the Independent Payment Advisory Board she was warning about turned out to be a nonfactor in people's lives.

City urges caution in state's energy-grid revolution

capitalnewyork.com — Tweet Share on Facebook Share on Tumblr Print Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration is urging caution as the state reshapes New York's energy grid, as laid out in the much-touted "Reforming Energy Vision" released in April.

Bill Samuels finally falls in behind Cuomo

capitalnewyork.com — ALBANY-Bill Samuels, a Democratic fund-raiser and frequent critic of Andrew Cuomo, is backing the governor for re-election, sort of. "I'm willing to give him a chance," Samuels told Capital. "He did what a bunch of us asked him to do."

Sharpton's warning shot at Bratton's '1990s policy'

capitalnewyork.com — 'You can't have 1990s policy in 2014 reality.'

Hillary Clinton dreams big in the Bronx

capitalnewyork.com — Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wants the children of the Bronx to dream big.