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Upper East Side shooting: Azsia Johnson reported domestic violence but police ‘failed’ her, says mom

Azsia Johnson, the young mother who was shot and killed while pushing her three-month-old baby in a stroller in New York City, had reportedly made multiple domestic violence complaints to police prior to her execution-style murder.Ms Johnson’s heartbroken mother accused the police of failing to protect her 20-year-old daughter from her allegedly abusive ex-boyfriend, with investigators now searching for the baby’s father as a person of interest in her slaying.Ms Johnson – an aspiring nurse and mother-of-two – was walking with her infant near 95th Street and Lexington Avenue in Manhattan’s Upper East Side at around 8.30pm on Wednesday...
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Newsmax host to Rudy Giuliani over ‘assault’ claim: ‘I gotta be honest, it doesn’t look that bad’

Newsmax host Greg Kelly told Rudy Giuliani on the air on Monday that he doubted whether the former New York City mayor was seriously in danger when he was slapped on the back by a ShopRite worker on Staten Island on Sunday. “I gotta be honest, it doesn’t look that bad,” Kelly told Giuliani during an interview on Monday. Giuliani was on Staten Island to campaign for his son, Andrew, who is running for the Republican nomination for the state’s governorship. The store worker reportedly said to Giuliani: “Hey, what’s up scumbag?” Security video released by the store shows the employee lightly patting...
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Draymond Makes His Opinion On Kevin Durant Extremely Clear

Kevin Durant spent three seasons with the Golden State Warriors. In that time, he helped the franchise extend its dynasty and win two more NBA titles. Golden State won another championship this year, an accomplishment which some have speculated diminishes Durant's impact on the team. Draymond Green thinks that's nonsense.

NYC man fatally stabbed during heated fight with girlfriend’s ex-lover: cops

A man was killed when his girlfriend’s ex-beau apparently stabbed him during a heated Brooklyn squabble, cops said Tuesday. Christopher Reid, 33, was knifed in the chest just after 4 p.m. Monday when a fight broke out with a man who police believe was his gal pal’s former flame inside an apartment building on Fulton Street near Truxton Street in Brownsville, authorities said.  He was rushed to Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.  The suspect took off after the deadly stabbing, police said.  Investigators know who he is, but have yet to track him down, cops said Tuesday.

Second suspect busted in broad-daylight slaying of NYC man: cops

A second suspect has been nabbed in connection to the broad-daylight Bronx slaying of a 29-year-old man earlier this month, authorities said.  Jose Chavez, 21, was busted and charged with murder, manslaughter and criminal possession of weapon for his role in the 11:30 a.m. deadly shooting of Rafael Jimenez on June 7, cops said.  Jimenez, of Brooklyn, was standing on Walton Avenue near East 183rd Street in Fordham Heights when three males got out of a black Volkswagen and approached him, police said.  One of them then opened fire, striking the man in the head, authorities said. Jimenez was rushed to St. Barnabas Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, cops said. A 15-year-old boy was also nabbed in connection to the deadly shooting last week, police said. The teen, whose name was not released because of his age, surrendered at the 46th Precinct with his mother Wednesday, authorities said.  He was also charged with murder, manslaughter and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon, cops said.  Police could not confirm which of the suspects fired the deadly shot.  The motive for the slaying remains unclear.

Knicks Have Reportedly Been Discussing Notable Trade

The New York Knicks remain focused on shedding salary for free agency. According to HoopsHype's Michael Scotto, the Knicks have had "exploratory discussions" about sending center Nerlens Noel to the Los Angeles Clippers. Although Noel hasn't lived up to expectations as the No. 6 pick in 2013, he emerged as...

Look: NBA World Reacts To Stephen A. Smith Drama

Over the past few weeks, Stephen A. Smith has called out Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving several time. Last week, Smith suggested that Irving "betrayed" his Nets teammate Kevin Durant. "Kyrie has betrayed, totally betrayed. Coaxed into coming to Brooklyn , you his brother, you ride with him 1,000%, until you don’t want to, for whatever reason, and you left him hanging," Smith said, via Nets Wire.

Boy, 16, arrested in caught-on-video NYC shooting of teen, cops say

A 16-year-old boy was busted this week in connection to the caught-on-video shooting of another teen in a Brooklyn lobby back in May, cops said.  The teen, whose name was not released because of his age, was arrested at 3:30 p.m. Monday and charged with attempted murder in connection to the May 16 shooting that injured a 17-year-old boy in the lobby of a Coney Island building at West 24th Street and Surf Avenue, police said.  Footage of the 7 p.m. shooting shows two suspects entering the building before one of them, wearing a light-colored hoodie, fired at least three times down the hallway. The teen victim was struck in the foot and taken to NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn in stable condition, police said.  The duo is shown fleeing the building after the shooting.  Another person who entered the building behind the pair is shown rushing for cover, as a person sitting behind the front desk can be seen ducking.  Cops could not confirm Tuesday morning whether the arrested teen is the person who allegedly fired the shot.  The motive for the gunplay was also unknown.

Founding CEOs Join the Great Resignation

Ryan Williams announced late last week he will step down as CEO of Cadre, the New York City-based real estate investment platform he founded in 2014. He'll become executive chairman, chairman of the board, and co-chair of the company's investment committee. His replacement is Jared Kaplan, who most recently served as CEO of OppFi, a fintech platform that provides credit and lending products to banks.

Frustrated NYC detectives leaving ‘insane’ NYPD, have ‘had enough’

More than 100 NYPD detectives have retired in June — and another 75 plan to put their papers in next month — as many become frustrated by revolving-door justice and rules that hamstring them in the Big Apple, officials and detectives told The Post. “That’s going to have a major impact on investigating crimes,” Detectives Endowment Association president Paul DiGiacomo said. “The detective squads are down now as we speak and are investigating more cases. It’s going to have an impact on public safety.” So far this year, 250 detectives have retired, leaving the total number at about 5,600, which is nearly...

Jalen Brunson Is Rumored To Have 1 Clear Top Choice

After posting career-high numbers in the postseason, Dallas Mavericks guard Jalen Brunson is ready to receive a massive payday in free agency. On Tuesday, NBA insider Marc Stein had an update on Brunson's future. Stein is reporting there's growing resignation in Dallas that Brunson's top choice is to sign with...

Flight delays, cancellations & not enough parking plague July 4 weekend travel

NEWARK, N.J. -- The Fourth of July holiday weekend is here and it could be another very troubled day for people heading to the airport.That's because of the continuing problem of flight cancellations and other issues, like not enough available parking. On top of that, limited parking at Newark Airport is making matters worse.Friday is expected to be one of the busiest days for air travel, so plan ahead, CBS2's Elijah Westbrook reported.Thursday, what would normally be a fun and enjoyable travel experience heading out of town for Independence Day was more like a headache for many. "My flights got canceled...

Man Steals Back His Stolen Rolls-Royce Dawn

Car thieves continue to go shopping at dealerships and even people’s homes for whatever vehicle they want like there are zero consequences. While some are met with the wrong end of a gun, others see little resistance and even if caught get off with light sentences, if any at all. This helps explain why a group of crooks broke into a nice Staten Island home in New York at 4 am on June 12, then drove off with the owner’s Rolls-Royce Dawn Drophead. While the guy didn’t blow the thieves away, he did get his car back almost immediately.