"We simply want people in high office to stop violating the law. It seems like a simple and modest request: people elected to make laws should not be breaking them."
There was an unusally massive turnout at New York Law School's annual City Law breakfast this morning, causing some guests to be funneled into an overflow room. All this commotion was to hear from US Attorney Preet Bharara.
Democrats hold on to all statewide offices
Promising to take the state higher than ever before, Andrew Cuomo's been re-elected to a second term as Governor of New York. The Democrat was widely expected to cruise to victory as Cuomo outspent Republican challenger Rob Astorino nearly 10 to 1. In Manhattan last night, Cuomo talked of a unified New York.
Aims to prevent elephant, rhino poaching
New York is getting new restrictions on the sale of ivory or rhino horn to prevent the slaughter of the endangered animals.