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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, October 19, 2017

New York

On Tuesday, October 10, democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had to defend himself on both sides, in the first mayoral debate of the general election, from Republican Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis and independent Bo Dietl.

The rowdy hour and a half debate was held on Manhattan’s Upper West Side at the Symphony Space. The public was a big part of this first debate with half of the event being open to questions from the audience, and candidate’s answers often being interrupted by boos at de Blasio alongside counter chants saying, "four more years."

The former police detective and businessman Dietl, began the debate yelling “Go Yankees!” followed by a hit at the mayor for being a fan of the Boston Red Sox. Dietl said if he is

On Sunday October 15th, Senator Chuck Schumer pleaded with the federal government to reverse a decision to postpone the regulation of e-cigarettes.  In July, the Food and Drug Administration decided to delay an already finalized rule to regulate e-cigarettes. FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the delay would allow the agency time to decide how e-cigarettes fit into its overall tobacco regulatory strategy.

E-cigarettes are battery-operated devices that are designed to resemble traditional

The fight over the controversial Pfizer site redevelopment plan last week took an odd turn concerning whether City Councilmember David Greenfield, who is chair of the Council’s powerful Land Use Committee, should recuse himself from the matter as he readies to leave the city council in order to assume a leadership role in a large nonprofit (the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty) that has past ties to the project.

A non-profit organization that bills itself as one that provides succor

A federal jury convicted a New Jersey man of planting two pressure cooker bombs on New York City streets, including one that injured 30 people when it detonated late last summer.

Jurors in Manhattan on Monday found 29-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahimi guilty of all eights charges against him, including using a weapon of mass destruction and bombing a public place. The verdict came after a two-week trial.

The Afghanistan-born man living in Elizabeth faces a maximum punishment of life in prison.

On Wednesday, October 11, the prosecution rested their case against Senator Bob Menendez; now it is up to a New Jersey federal judge to decide whether or not the corruption charges against Menendez should be dismissed.

Over the summer, Menendez’s defense team filed a motion to drop the charges against the Democrat Senator on the grounds that when it comes to corruption charges the definition of an “official act” has been narrowed by a 2016 Supreme Court ruling.

According to The Post