City College of New York told the NY Times the opening reception for the Charles B. Rangel Center for Public Service would be delayed. The decision was made “by mutual agreement between the congressman’s office and the college." Earlier this week, the House ethics committee announced it would expand the probe into Rep. Rangel's dealings. Previously, the committee was investigating his (1) use of Congressional letterhead to solicit donations for the CCNY graduate school, (2) four rent-stabilized apartments, and (3) non-payment of taxes on rental income from a vacation villa; now the committee will look at, per Rangel's request, charges that he helped preserve a tax loophole for an oil company whose chief executive donated $1 million to the Rangel Center.