By Carl (I promise, that's the only dick joke in the post.) Anthony Weiner has officially announced his candidacy for mayor of the city of New York, to replace three term gadabout-with-nothing-better-to-do-than-trash-my-city Michael Bloomberg. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - For New York City mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner, the road to City Hall leads through Pittsburgh.
Anthony Weiner threw his hat into the NYC mayoral race yesterday with a slick family-pimping campaign video and a flashy new website. So far his comeback has been very carefully stage-managed, but you had to know he'd pull a boner at some point. Show More Summary
OK, really, we get it, Anthony Weiner. You're running for Mayor of New York City. You think you should be given a second chance, and you won't give this shit a rest, even though you are, by all accounts, a pretty big dick with a curvy...Show More Summary
Speaking on WNYC-FM, New York mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner says more women could come forward with photos and emails. “It is what it is,” Weiner said. “People may decide they want to come forward and say, here’s another email that I got or another photo. I’m certainly not going to do that. So people may [...]
I know this doesn’t have anything to do with the military, well, except that you could say it’s about Weiner’s “little soldier”, I guess, but Anthony Weiner announced that he’s going to try to run for the mayorship of New York after resigning from Congress in disgrace for flashing pictures of his underwear around the [...]
The Washington Post | NBC New York | Capital New York Times political reporter Michael Barbaro made a compelling observation about New York mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner’s website on Thursday: It seems the banner image isn’t of New York, but … Read more
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says “shame on us” if the voters of New York City elect disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner as their next mayor. In an interview on Wednesday, the governor ripped his fellow Democrat, saying that he has a right to run but voters shouldn’t give him another chance at public office. [...]Show More Summary
Anthony Weiner's nascent New York City mayoral campaign appears to have hit a slight snag. Azi Paybarah at Capital New York notes Thursday that the skyline featured in a banner on Weiner's campaign site appears to picture the lovely city of Pittsburgh, not New York. Weiner announced his candidacy in a video posted to the [...]
On Wednesday's Erin Burnett OutFront, lefty radio host Stephanie Miller tried to be funny while downplaying Anthony Weiner's Twitter scandal as just an eighth-grade stunt and a "guy thing." "Which middle school did you go to, Stephanie?" conservative CNN contributor Reihan Salam shot her down. Show More Summary
At the top of Anthony Weiner's campaign site is a logo that looks as though it includes one of New York City's iconic bridges and just as iconic cityscape. Which, of course, makes sense. After all, Weiner is running to be mayor of New York City. Show More Summary
TPM reporter tags along on subway ride with Anthony Weiner, helpfully spills water on voter Weiner is trying to court....
Laugh all you want about Anthony Weiner. He of the crotch shot seen ’round the world that forced him to resign his New York City congressional seat two years ago next month. The brash Big Apple native is now running … Continue readi...
we're a happy family.... weinerwedding.jpeg Midnight Wednesday, Anthony Weiner--who resigned from Congress two years ago because of a "sexting" scandal--has announced he will run for mayor of New York City. He will enter a crowded field...Show More Summary
Anthony Weiner's Twitter account feels human again — but a very safe human. Weiner first returned to Twitter last November, but his tweets lacked the, ahem, personality of his former social presence. Following his Tuesday announcement...Show More Summary
(CNN) - Normally, the disclosure of lewd photos and messages exchanged in a sexting scandal would derail a campaign. But for Anthony Weiner, that would be old news. He said as much in an interview Thursday, repeating a statement he made prior to yesterday's launch of his New York mayoral campaign. Weiner acknowledged it is […]
NBC's Domenico Montanaro looks at the day in politics. The focus is President Obama's speech on America's use of drones. But there's some campaign news, too, with Gov. Scott Walker, R-Wis., in Iowa and ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner, D-N.Y., making his first campaign stop in his bid for …
Politicians can survive sex scandals. Politicians can succeed with the last name "Weiner." But it remains to be seen if a politician can survive both. Disgraced former-Congressman Anthony Weiner is already seeing his hopes of becoming the next mayor of New York City go up in smoke. Show More Summary
Well, Gov. Cuomo has certainly never been one to mince his words in the past. T oday, in an editorial board meeting with Cuomo and The Post-Standard and Syracuse Media Group, the governor was asked whether he thought the New York State Legislature should limit how long legislative leaders, like the Assembly speaker, should serve. Show More Summary