As shoppers crowd stores to take advantage of Black Friday sales, some record collectors came out in support of Back to Black Friday.
The race is on...for second place. Anthony Weiner's renewed disgrace is prompting some fierce elbowing as the other candidates try to grab Weiner voters who are now undecided. WNYC's Andrea Bernstein and Anna Sale break it all down on this week's edition of This Week in Politics.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed better protections for about a million New Yorkers with disabilities and special needs under state-funded care through a new agency with authority to monitor the system and investigate and prosecute abuse claims.
An appellate court has ruled that the state must conduct an additional Environmental Impact Statement for the second phase of developer Forrest City Ratner's Atlantic Yards plan.
The candidates for U.S. Senate in Conneticut are butting heads over the economy and character. In a debate last night in Hartford, Repubican Linda McMahon portrayed herself as an entrepreneur who has created more than 600 jobs. Meanwhile, Democratic candidate Richard Blumenthal promoted his career in public service working as the state's Attorney General. Colin McEnroe, host of "The Colin McEnroe Show" on WNPR and a columnist for The Hartford Courant, watched the debate.
Former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani has been in New Hampshire this weekend.
REPORTER: Speaking in Manchester Saturday, Giuliani said he believes he can help restore confidence in the government. New Hampshire voter Kevin Smith says he liked what Giuliani had to say.
SMITH: I think he played up his leadership role ...