|Report: Cuomo will defer (photo: Pat Arnow)|
a. "If Hillary is running for president, I'm out: Cuomo quietly 'concedes' 2016 race." -- Fredric Dicker, New York Post.
P.S. I don't doubt that Cuomo will pass if Hillary runs, but Dicker -- the author of this piece -- and Cuomo's people have been feuding, so keep that in mind.
b. "Could Kirsten Gillibrand run for president?" -- Maggie Haberman, Politico.
c. "Former Gov. Cuomo visits Staten Island and praises his son, the current governor." -- Tom Wrobleski, Staten Island Advance.
d. "Biden: Economic collapse led to McCain loss in 2008." -- Arlette Saenz, ABC News.
e. "Joe Biden is awesome, White House Correspondents' Dinner Mashup proves it." -- Paige Lavender, The Huffington Post.
f. "The Difference Benghazi makes." -- Michael Barone.
g. "In-state tuition for Colorado to be signed into law" by Gov. John Hickenlooper. -- The AP.
Days that Hillary Clinton has FROZEN THE FIELD: 174
a. "Christie: No regrets for clashing with GOP over Sandy relief efforts." -- Jonathan Easley, The Hill.
b. "Rand Paul's ascent brings new scrutiny ahead of possible 2016 campaign." -- Alexandra Jaffe, The Hill.
c. "Christie to huddle with Romney donors." -- Robert Costa, The National Review.
d. "President Obama jokes about Sen. Marco Rubio at White House Correspondents Dinner." -- The Miami Herald.
e. "Jindal backs off some budget cuts." -- Zack Southwell, The News Star.
f. "Walker adds New York GOP fundraiser to busy campaign week in May." -- Dave Umhoefer, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
g. "Top 5 secrets from new book on Scott Walker and the Wisconsin protests." -- Jack Cravery, Cap Times.
h."Gov. Christie's towering hypocrisy on climate." -- Tom Moran, The Star-Ledger.
i. "Gov. Christie, NJ tanning mom spark laughs at White House Correspondents Dinner." -- Star-Ledger.
j. "Sarasota GOP rips Rubio's immigration reform." -- Jeremy Wallace, Herald-Tribune.
k. "The rise and fall of Marco Rubio." -- Paul Mulshine, The Star-Ledger.
l. "Christie: Obama 'kept every promise' on storm aid." -- Wayne Perry, Associated Press.