The speculation about a supposed "bombshell" NY Times story about Governor David Paterson has been percolating since last week. Now, the Business Insider offers, "We've now heard from a single source familiar with the goings on at the Governor's office that the story will likely drop on Monday, and that the governor's resignation will follow."

Previously, the Daily News had reported that he was spotted "nuzzling" with a married woman (not his wife) at a NJ restaurant and the Post claimed a State Trooper found him and a woman (not his wife) fully clothed in a Governor's Mansion utility closet. When Paterson became Governor after Hookergate, he and his wife had a weird press conference where they admitted extramarital affairs—and he later admitted using cocaine.

Paterson's approval numbers are very low and has been trailing Attorney General Andrew Cuomo in the polls. Still, in spite of low funds, Paterson has insisted he's running for governor this year.

Update: Governor Paterson's spokeswoman denies the possibility of a bombshell report. According to Gawker, Marissa Shorenstein said, "There is absolutely zero truth to these rumors. The governor is not resigning," and characterized the article as a "profile" that Paterson has been cooperating with.