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WATCH: Nancy Pelosi booed at Global Citizen concert in New York City

A video appears to show House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) being booed onstage by the crowd in a surprise guest appearance at a music festival. During the Global Citizen Festival at Central Park in New York City on Saturday, featuring such artists as the Jonas Brothers, Usher, and Metallica, actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas introduced Pelosi to talk about pollution and climate change, according to the New York Post. The audience apparently didn't warm up to the surprise, with loud boos being heard in videos of the moment.
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Chris Davidson, Pro Surfer, Dies in Alleged Bar Assault

Chris Davidson has died after an alleged physical assault. ABC reports the news on the 45-year-old, with fellow Australian surfer and former world champion Mark Occhilupo calling the ordeal "tragic." Davidson reportedly passed away after an assault that happened on the night of Saturday, Sept. 24. Police were called to Sportsmans Way at South West Rocks following reports the pro suffer had allegedly been punched in the head outside the bar. The Sydney-born surfer fell to the ground, hitting his head on the pavement. While unconscious, paramedics tried to treat him. Davidson was taken to Kempsey Hospital, where he died a short time later from his injuries. A 42-year-old man has been arrested and charged in the crime. The New York Post reports that Grant Coleman was charged and refused bail before appearing before Port Macquarie Bail Court.

Crowd appears to boo Nancy Pelosi at Global Citizen Festival

NEW YORK - The crowd at the Global Citizen Festival in New York City booed while US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was on stage on Saturday. Pelosi, wearing a white pantsuit with a matching scarf, took to the stage of NYC’s Global Citizen music festival where she was booed by those in the audience, videos on social media appear to show.

Report: Yankees contemplating DFA'ing Chapman

The New York Yankees are considering designating reliever Aroldis Chapman for assignment, according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post. Regardless, New York reportedly doesn't have any plans to bring back the seven-time All-Star when he becomes a free agent after the 2022 season. The struggling left-hander has posted...

Shawn Michaels Discusses The Origin Of DX's Crotch Chop

Shawn Michaels discusses the origin of the crotch chop. The taunt became iconic throughout the Attitdue Era, as Michaels and his stablemates in D-Generation X often used it as a sign of defiance. It remains popular to this day, both in the wrestling world and beyond. In an interview with...

Mets’ Francisco Lindor sees big things ahead for Pete Alonso

The Mets are already headed to the playoffs for the first time since 2016. If things continue to go well over the regular season’s final stretch, they’ll enter October as National League East champions. Regardless of what happens, both Francisco Lindor and Pete Alonso have been huge reasons behind New York’s success thus far.

Ben Simmons To Purchase $13 Million Combo Unit In Brooklyn

Ben Simmons is yet to make his debut with the Nets, but he's already making moves in Brooklyn, set to add more properties to his portfolio. Simmons is getting ready to face a challenging 2022-23 NBA season where everybody will be paying attention to whatever the Nets do or don't.

Aroldis Chapman’s immediate Yankees future is reportedly uncertain

The Yankees have recently clinched yet another postseason berth. With an 8.5-game lead over the Toronto Blue Jays entering Sunday’s games, the American League East title is all but a certainty, as well. Do you know what isn’t, though? If reliever Aroldis Chapman will be around to help New York in the coming weeks.

Costco commits to $1.50 hot dog deal — possibly ‘forever’ — despite rising inflation, report says

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Costco Wholesale recently reiterated that its $1.50 hot dog and soda combo isn’t at risk despite months of soaring inflation, according to the New York Post. During the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call Thursday, an analyst reportedly asked where Costco was adjusting prices to maintain its...

The Mermaid Inn is Closing

The Mermaid Inn — perhaps best known for its popular daily happy hour filled with affordable oysters — is closing its Upper West Side location on October 16. The popular seafood restaurant at 570 Amsterdam Ave. (between 87th and 88th streets) will be shutting its doors after a fifteen year run, but owners Danny Abrams and Cindy Smith tell the New York Post, which broke the story, that they’re looking to reopen in the neighborhood.