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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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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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Rudy Giuliani says NY has turned into the ‘Wild, Wild West’ after assault

Rudy Giuliani insisted Monday that New York has turned into the “Wild, Wild West” and that he could have been killed after he was randomly whacked by a worker at a ShopRite on Staten Island while out campaigning for his son. The 78-year-old former New York City mayor said he was suffering from a “very sore back” and “swelling” in the wake of Sunday’s caught-on-camera attack inside the store. “He hit me to knock me down and if that doesn’t merit jail time in New York, we’re in the Wild, Wild, West,” Giuliani said during a virtual press conference. Giuliani called for his alleged attacker to be...
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Trans competitor beats 13-year-old girl in NYC women’s skateboarding contest

A 29-year-old transgender woman beat a 13-year-old girl to take home the top prize in a skateboarding contest in New York City, reigniting the debate over whether new inclusivity pushes create an unfair advantage in women’s sports. Ricci Tres, from Los Angeles, who was born a man but now identifies as a woman, won the women’s division of the Boardr Open street skateboarding competition and a $500 prize, with 13-year-old Shiloh Catori, from Florida, coming in second and taking a $250 prize. Four of the six finalists were under the age of 17, with the youngest being 10-year-old Juri Iikura, who...
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Brooklyn basketball court shooting leaves man wounded

BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn (PIX11) — A man was wounded in a shooting on a Brownsville basketball court late Sunday, according to authorities. The 28-year-old victim was shot in the stomach on the court along East New York Avenue near Strauss Street around 10:40 p.m., police said. First responders rushed the victim to Brookdale Hospital in what […]
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Cause Of Death Revealed For NJ Football Star Who Died During Navy SEAL Hell Week Training

The cause of death has been revealed for a former New Jersey football standout and Navy SEAL candidate who died during "Hell Week" training in February. Kyle Mullen, 24, of Manalapan, died as a result of pneumonia during the training at Naval Base Coronado in California, his mom tells NJ Advance Media citing an autopsy report from the Armed Forces Medical Examiner.
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