The sum was undisclosed.
The public advocate finds supporters among Christine Quinn's natural bases: women and lesbians.
Doing so wasn't supposed to be a big deal anymore.
What, your vagina can't operate a firearm?
Is this real life?
Meet Tom and Ben.
MSNBC's 'Countdown' investigates the huge amounts the U.S. will have to borrow from countries like China and Russia.
Cable news took a trip to Bizarro World last night.
Meanwhile, the rest of cable news seems convinced that she's going to run for president.
Rick Perry thinks private-sector acquisitions would have absorbed job loss if the government allowed GM to go under.
The former ABC anchor received some feisty retorts from the opinion shows he blames for ruining television news.
But Rachel Maddow is happy to point out his George W. Bush problem.
Meanwhile, Sean Hannity thinks it's the Republicans who are caving.
Paul to Spitzer: "Your personal agenda is getting in the way of you being a very effective broadcaster."
Eliot Spitzer tries to box the Texas governor in on Social Security reform.
Plus, Chris Matthews tries to get Alabama governor Haley Barbour to let him know when the next boys' club meeting starts.
Plus, Rachel Maddow denounces Sharron Angle's classy effort to link Harry Reid with scary-looking people who aren't white, on our regular cable-news roundup.