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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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Video Shows Rudy Giuliani Slapped on Back by Grocery Store Worker, Man Arrested

Rudy Giuliani was slapped on the back by a supermarket employee in Staten Island Sunday, the New York Post reports. Giuliani, 78, was speaking with shoppers inside a ShopRite, where he was campaigning for his son Andrew, who is running for governor of New York. That’s when an employee at the store approached the ex-mayor and slapped him on his back.

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...

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.

Billionaires’ Row landlord fed up with outdoor dining

UPDATED June 27, 2022, 5:39 p.m.: Some landlords have embraced outdoor dining to save their struggling tenants, but one Billionaires’ Row building owner is decidedly not a fan. The restaurants renting space at the Osborne have turned the landmarked apartment building into a “three-ring circus,” the owner declares in...

Stamford Resident Wins $825,000 State Lottery Prize

A Fairfield County resident has claimed an $825,000 lottery prize. Connecticut Lottery announced on Tuesday, June 21, that an unnamed Stamford resident won a 200X lottery prize. The winning ticket was purchased at Newfield Petro Corp., which is located at 582 Newfield Ave. in Stamford, CT Lottery announced. to sign...

‘Secret’ Amazon Air Hub Talks at Newark Airport Spark Outcry

Click here to read the full article. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey chairman Kevin O’Toole looked to address critics Thursday over a possible Amazon Air Hub at Newark Airport as community concerns heighten over the project and what some elected officials are calling “secret negotiations” with the e-commerce behemoth. O’Toole said in a press conference Thursday, the same day the Board of Commissioners held its regularly scheduled meeting and heard from a number of speakers on the matter, Amazon is subject to certain conditions being met if the project is ever to be approved. The contentious project has been...

Want to make walking a habit? Tips from 5 people who’ve done it

When you start walking — even for just a few minutes a day — you’re likely to improve your mood, have more energy and see gains in your health. But often taking that first step is the hardest part. Different strategies can help you put one foot in front of the other and develop a regular walking routine. Here’s what worked for five people, all members of the Start TODAY Facebook group, who built their walking habits from scratch and saw impressive results.

12 Best Hudson Valley and Catskills Hotels and Cabins

All products featured on Architectural Digest are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. While tourists might flock to New York City year round, there are tens of thousands of miles of New York to be explored...

Coney Island Cyclone rollercoaster celebrates 95th birthday

Coney Island’s legendary Cyclone rollercoaster celebrated its 95th birthday Sunday, as fans lined up in the blazing heat for a free ride to mark the anniversary. The first 95 guests rode for free Sunday in honor of the coaster’s 95th anniversary. Erik Knapp, who has dubbed himself “Mr. Cyclone” and has a tattoo of the ride on his arm, arrived at 6:15 a.m. to ensure he was the first on the ride. “I’ve been riding it since 1973,” he said. “I’m glad it’s still here. Everything else in New York has disappeared, so the little bit of old New York we have, we...

Angry Archie’s is opening a storefront in the Heights

One of Jersey City’s most popular food trucks is opening a seafood shack in the Heights. Angry Archie’s announced via its Instagram account that it will open an eatery at 565 Palisade Avenue. Established in 2015, Angry Archie’s is a family-operated business run by chef Chris Curado, his...

Florence dog competing at Westminster show

A Saint Bernard dog from Florence is competing in the 146th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, held June 18-22 in Tarrytown, New York. “Ian” was invited to attend the prestigious dog show after being ranked as a top dog in 2021. Lasquite’s Ian of Rolando, call name...

Family opens no-leash café on Upper West Side

NEW YORK -- As New York City continues to come back to life after the pandemic, many workers are trying to figure out what to do with their furry friends.That's why brothers Nikolas and Kristoffer Powers, along with their mother, opened Black Lab Café NYC, the city's first ever no-leash café."Completely compliant with health code, as well. So as you can see, there's a whole wall here. We made it glass so that dogs can see their parents or owners, however you like to call it, while they're in getting food. But so that this area is completely separate so that no dogs can go where we're serving food and drinks," Nikolas Powers said.There's a human menu and a dog menu.The café is located on the Upper West Side near West 80th and Amsterdam Avenue.