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Anthony Weiner Calls Cops on WCBS Reporter

With New York Congressman Anthony Weiner continuing to deflect questions about whether he took the lewd photo sent from his Twitter account last week, veteran WCBS political reporter Marcia Kramer decided to go to his office and knock on doors.

After identifying herself as a WCBS reporter, Kramer was greeted with slammed doors and cold silence from Weiner’s staff.

Weiner’s press secretary David Arnold eventually spoke to Kramer, who argued that the six-term congressman owed it to his New York constituents to speak with a local news outlet.

Arnold was unswayed and, after Kramer left the congressman’s office, Weiner’s staff called the police. Read more

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New York Stations Provide Live Coverage of Obama’s Visit to Ground Zero

New York stations preempted regularly scheduled programming this afternoon to bring live coverage of President Obama’s visit to Ground Zero, which occurred around 1:00 p.m. today.

Bill Ritter anchored WABC‘s special coverage from Ground Zero, with Dianna Williams and Sade Baderinwa appearing in the studio. Reporters David Novarro, Tim Fleischer, and Anthony Johnson covered the president’s movements through Manhattan, from a local fire house, to Ground Zero, to an NYPD precinct.

On WCBS, Maurice DuBois was stationed at Ground Zero, in a position similar to Ritter’s, while Marcia Kramer reported live on the president’s appearance, in which he hung a wreath in honor of those that died on 9/11.

“It was truly the most somber ceremony I have ever seen,” Kramer said. “It was a very moving one for the very simplicity… President Obama said much more with his silence than he ever could have with his words.” Read more