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Cuomo delivers casino funds to 3 western NY cities

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Seneca Indian President Barry Snyder Sr. celebrated the end of a four-year dispute over gambling rights Wednesday by handing out oversized checks for casino funds that were withheld from three western New York cities during the conflict. Full story

Pennies go long way in Staples deal with NY state

Staples is practically giving stuff away under a new contract with New York state, charging just a penny for hundreds of items ranging from batteries and pens to surge protectors, staplers and even paper shredders that normally sell for $1,122 each. Full story

NY aims to spur $3B in private loans for Sandy aid

New York is taking actions aimed at generating more than $3 billion in private sector loans for Superstorm Sandy rebuilding, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says. Full story

Melrose launches $1 billion Crosby sale: sources

NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - UK turnaround specialist Melrose Industries <MRON.L> is moving ahead with the sale of its U.S. lifting unit Crosby worth about $1 billion and is expected to receive first-round bids in mid-August, three sources familiar with the matter said. Full story

Bashir: Extremely loud and incredibly Weiner

   Martin Bashir reports on how despite a foul-mouth campaign manager and a fourth-place polling, New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner refuses – and loudly so – to call it quits.

KKR to buy second clinical trials firm this year

(Reuters) - KKR & Co LP announced Wednesday that it is acquiring ReSearch Pharmaceutical Services Inc from Warburg Pincus. Full story

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Court Upholds Ruling Striking Down NYC's Ban on Large Sugary Drinks

Conn. lawmakers urge NY to pass GMO labeling bill

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  Gibbs: Weiner not in danger of being mayor of NYC

Top Talkers: Despite losing his campaign manager and dropping to fourth place in the latest polls, NYC mayoral hopeful Anthony Weiner is pressing on with his campaign and vowing not to drop out. The Morning Joe panel – including MSNBC's Thomas Roberts, CNBC's Jim Cramer fmr. White House Press Secret

  Southern cities rank high in list of ‘aspirational hot-spots’

The Daily Beast has compiled a new list identifying what it calls “America’s Aspirational Hot-Spots,” and many are moderately sized and located in the south. Joel Kotkin from The Daily Beast joins MSNBC’s Tamron Hall to discuss.

  Weiner remains undaunted by scandal

New York magazine’s Mark Jacobson and the New York Times’ Kate Taylor talk about the current state of the NYC mayoral campaign.

  Soda's big win in court

CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the latest details on New York's soda ban.

  Anthony Weiner's campaign a cry for help?

MSNBC’s Ari Melber and Dr. Megan Fleming, a psychologist specializing in sex and relationships, join The Last Word to discuss the state of Anthony’s Weiner’s unraveling campaign for New York City mayor.

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