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Rudy Giuliani 'Attack' Captured on Surveillance Video

10:03 AM PT -- The suspect, Daniel Gill, was charged with three misdemeanors - assault, menacing and harassment. According to the criminal complaint, obtained by TMZ, Giuliani told prosecutors Gill made him "stumble forward." Giuliani said this caused "physical injury including but not limited to redness, swelling, and substantial pain to the back and left side of his body, as well as causing informant to be placed in fear of physical injury, and becoming alarmed and annoyed."
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Nets Have Reportedly Made A Decision On Kyrie Irving

After a tumultuous season that went from NBA title favorites to being swept in the first round, the Brooklyn Nets and Kyrie Irving are ready for a divorce. According to Nets insider Kristian Winfield of the New York Daily News, Kyrie has been granted permission to seek sign-and-trade offers from other NBA teams. The move comes amid reports that the Nets are unwilling to sign Kyrie to a new contract with any significant guarantees.
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Report: Nets Make Feelings On Russell Westbrook Very Clear

The Brooklyn Nets reportedly aren't looking to host a Kevin Durant-Russell Westbrook reunion. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Los Angeles Lakers are about the only team interested in a sign-and-trade for Kyrie Irving at this time, with a trade package centered around the former MVP. Part of the road...
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NBA World Reacts To Heat Blockbuster Trade Rumors

Buckle up, NBA fanatics. The latest trade rumor is about as wild as it gets. There's a rumor floating around this Monday that the Miami Heat have "significant interest" in acquiring Kevin Durant in a blockbuster trade with the Brooklyn Nets. This isn't Pat Riley's first rodeo. Almost 10 years...
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Court strikes down NYC law granting voting rights to non-citizen residents

NEW YORK - Non-citizens living in New York City will not be allowed to vote in local elections. A judge blocked the measure Monday after New York became the first city in the nation to grant those rights to non-citizens back in January. The law would have allowed nearly one million people to vote in the city's municipal elections, but as CBS2's Christina Fan reports, Republicans challenged the measure, and won. A day before the primary election, it's a major blow for voting rights advocates. Just seven months ago, they rallied on City Hall steps to give noncitizens the right to vote. Monday...
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Charge Against Giuliani Backslapper Reduced To Misdemeanor; Rudy Calls Video “Deceptive”

Click here to read the full article. A hoarse and angry Rudy Giuliani decried the downgrading of charges to misdemeanors in the Staten Island slapping incident, saying he felt as if “a boulder hit me” at the supermarket. Video showing the suspect backslapping Giuliani is “a little deceptive,” the 78-year-old former Trump lawyer said. See the video below. Suspect Daniel Gill was arraigned today in Staten Island Criminal Court on misdemeanor charges of Assault in the Third Degree, Menacing in the Third Degree, and Harassment in the Second Degree, and released on his own recognizance by Judge Gerianne Abriano. The next court...
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3 people discovered stabbed to death in Queens home

NEW YORK -- There's a murder mystery in Queens, where police discovered three bodies inside a house in South Jamaica. As CBS2's Jessica Moore reported Monday, we're learning that two of the people may have been unintended victims. There was a flurry of police activity outside the home on 155th Street on Friday night after a 911 call about an unconscious woman inside. "Police came. First they find one dead body. Then, when they search the house, they find two dead bodies in the basement," said neighbor Zaman Asm. Police found 22-year-old Varshanna Malcolm in an upstairs bedroom, bound with an electrical cord and...
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You really didn’t know how bad it was, Mr. Mayor?

“I was shocked at how bad this place is.” That’s Mayor Adams’ 100% correct verdict on the dysfunction New York is currently dealing with, especially on crime and public safety.  Kudos to the mayor for getting it right. But we have to ask: You really didn’t know? Hmm. Maybe you should have consulted The Post then. Just skim a small sample of some of our recent stories:  A straphanger was knifed in the back Sunday, as he argued with another subway rider on a C train in Manhattan. Satnam Singh of Queens was found in his car in South Ozone Park on Saturday with...
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Yankees bleachers fans lose their minds over girl’s water bottle flip

The Yankees’ late inning heroics versus the Houston Astros on Sunday featured a bloop, a blast and a bottle flip.  The Bronx Bombers staged an improbable comeback thanks to Aaron Judge’s three-run shot in the bottom of the 10th inning, but it was the bottle tossing antics of one young fan that was all anybody could talk about. In the ninth inning of the 6-3 contest, the young girl held fans in section 202 of Yankee Stadium on the edge of their seats as she repeatedly tried to flip a water bottle in the air and have it land upright on a...
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NBA World Reacts To Kyrie Irving Opting In With Nets

Kyrie Irving in staying put after all. According to The Athletic's Shams Charania, the point guard has decided to exercise his $36.5 million player option for the 2022-23 season. He reportedly plans on forgoing trade possibilities to play with the Brooklyn Nets. The news of him staying him put came...
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