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Spin CycleNow in his second big power-authority job, Nassau???s Richard Kessel, right, finds himself drawing political static. Last month the New York Power Authority, which Kessel chairs, agreed to cede hundreds of millions of dollars to help fill the state???s......
Spin CycleFirst the background: We already knew that certain investment companies looking to do business placing funds for the state pension system paid scads of money in fees to firms connected to political consultant Hank Morris. Morris' political consulting...
Spin CycleThe purpose and significance, if any, are unclear, but Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's office has scooped up records at the state comptroller's office that Ken Lovett at the Daily News describes as covering "companies that have won state contracts using.....
Sun StaffA massive power failure swept the United States and southern Canada from the Great Lakes to the Eastern Seaboard yesterday, shuttering businesses, stranding commuters in elevators and subway cars, and leaving government officials bewildered as to the...
Associated Press WriterThe eight states hit by the worst blackout in U.S. history faced their first major test of recovery Monday as millions of people return to work, reboarding commuter trains and powering up businesses that were shuttered in the darkness. In several areas,...
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