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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, May 25, 2017

New York

Last Friday, Mayor de Blasio tore into Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s claim that the state is not primarily responsible for the city’s subway system citing that the governor should “own up” to his responsibility, reports the New York Post.

“He’s in charge. He should just own up to it and take this responsibility seriously,” said the Mayor.“If the system is constantly experiencing delays and New Yorkers are suffering as a result of it, where’s the plan to end those delays and focus those resources where they’re needed the most?”

The MTA issued a six-point plan to begin to handle the root causes—mainly its failing infrastructure— behind the delays earlier this week, including the acceleration of ordering new subway cars, reports the Post.

In a September 2014 court case, a bank based in Jordan named Arab Bank was found guilty of aiding at least two dozen terrorist attacks against Israel and sentenced to pay reparations to survivors and families of the victims. Now, the verdict may be overturned in a legal entanglement involving the appeals process.

At issue is whether or not judges based in the United States have the authority or power over a legal appeal that would determine how much a bank such as this would pay.  The issues

On Friday, May 19, pervert politician Anthony Weiner plead guilty to a felony sex crime, just a few hours before his devastated wife, Huma Abedin, filed for divorce

In Manhattan Federal Court, Weiner shed some tears as he confesses to cyber-cheating on his wife for years. Regarding his three-month online affair with a 15-year-old girl, the serial sexter said, “I have a sickness, but I do not have an excuse. I apologize to everyone I have hurt. I apologize to the teenage girl, whom I mistreated

German American settlement league to be sued for housing discrimination 

The State is spearheading a campaign to dismantle a commonly known settlement for Nazi sympathizers on Long Island. As part of an anti-discrimination case, the State will force the German American Settlement League to abide by current state and federal housing laws. According to the New York Post, the league will be forced to end its policies, which currently limit ownership of property to people of German

The tragic Times Square incident last Thursday has prompted concerns about the recent redesign of the busy crossroad and if enough was done to secure the safety of pedestrians. On May 19, a speeding vehicle made a U-turn onto the sidewalk along Seventh Avenue, leaving an 18-year-old tourist dead and 22 other pedestrians injured, 4 critically. The car was finally stopped by steel barriers and the driver was pinned down by five bystanders until the police arrived. Richard Rojas, the 26-year-old