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Olivia Wilde wins first custody battle against Jason Sudeikis

Jason Sudeikis’ custody petition against Olivia Wilde has been dismissed after a judge decreed that their kids’ home state is California, Page Six has confirmed. The “Ted Lasso” star brought a case against his ex in New York City family court over their two children in October 2021. While Wilde, 38, wants son Otis, 8, and Daisy, 5, in Los Angeles and potentially London — where her boyfriend, Harry Styles, resides — Sudeikis, 46, wants to live with them in Brooklyn. He is now preparing to move back from the UK after wrapping filming on the third season of his hit Apple show...
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The THREE-TEAM TRADE That Lands Donovan Mitchell On The New York Knicks!

According to Michael Scotto of HoopsHype and Shams Charania of The Athletic, there is a blockbuster three-team trade between the NY Knicks, LA Lakers, and Utah Jazz in the works which would send Donovan Mitchell to New York, Russell Westbrook and many draft picks to Utah, and a few win-now veteran players to Los Angeles. In this video, I discuss my officially three-team mock trade that sends Mitchell to NY.
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Rotund NYC rat gets stuck in Brooklyn sidewalk: ‘RIP fatso’

He lost the rat race. A rotund rodent got stuck in a Brooklyn sidewalk while scurrying out from the underground — causing a pedestrian to accidentally step on its head and shriek in horror, a witness said Wednesday. “This rat couldn’t fit through the hole. RIP fatso,” Dylan Wells posted on Twitter, along with a photo of the ill-fated critter. Wells was walking to work at the Mediterranean restaurant Victor in Gowanus at around 11 a.m. Wednesday when he spotted the roly-poly rat stranded on Third and Atlantic Avenues, he told The Post. “I walked past it twice: the first time I had a debate...
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Heat Waves Are More Dangerous For Black New Yorkers Due To ‘Structural Racism’

New York City’s Department of Health is warning that Black New Yorkers are more likely to fall ill during heat waves due to “structural racism.”. The New York Post reports that a Thursday (August 4) letter from officials to medical workers warns that extreme heat “is the deadliest type of extreme weather,” noting that Black people are twice as likely to die as a result of heat stroke as white people in NYC.
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More buses of migrants sent from Texas arrive in New York City

NEW YORK -- Under the order of Gov. Greg Abbott, three more buses of asylum seekers from Texas arrived in New York City on Wednesday morning.The buses rolled into the Port Authority Bus Terminal and migrants stepped off, some with thumbs up and fists pumping.One man from Venezuela told CBS2's Alice Gainer the journey was tiring, adding he's looking for a better future for his children.Manuel Castro, the commissioner of the mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs, was there to greet them.He condemned Abbott for sending them here, calling him morally corrupt."Don't treat them as political pawns," Castro said. "Unlike Gov....
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‘Carpetbagger’ Mondaire Jones uses Westchester footage in NYC primary ads

Westchester Rep. Mondaire Jones is trying to dodge accusations that he’s a carpetbagger in his run for the newly-drawn NY-10 Congressional District — but the freshman Democrat has been using footage from the suburbs in his ads meant to convince New York City voters he’s one of them. In his two most recent TV ads, Jones — who was born and raised in Rockland County — recycled B-roll footage from his 2020 campaign where he sits with suburban constituents in a diner nowhere near the Lower Manhattan to brownstone Brooklyn district he’s vying to represent. “He believes he can win the race...
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Two men convicted after planning to rob Rangeley residence

RANGELEY, Maine — Two men were convicted by a federal jury after planning to steal controlled substances from a home in Rangeley, officials say. A news release from the U.S. Attorney's Office District of Maine stated Andre Muller, 51, and Robert Holland, 42, both of New York, N.Y., were convicted of Conspiracy to Commit Hobbs Act Robbery.
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Mayor Adams Thinking About Sending Migrants Back to Texas

Mayor Adams and Governor AbbottScreenshot from Twitter. As migrants continue to cross the Mexico-Texas border, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has been sending some of them to cities such as Washington, D.C., and New York City. He even offered for those mayors to take a tour of the southern border and the crisis Texas is dealing with.
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