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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, July 25, 2017

New York

New York City Councilman David Greenfield will is not expected to seek re-election in the fall, instead pursuing a position as CEO and executive director of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish poverty, Democratic operatives cited by the New York Post said this week. 

Greenfield, a Democrat, will likely nominate his protégé Kalmen Yeger to assume his vacated seat. 

“I love being a councilman, it’s wonderful to be in the thick of things,” Greenfield, 38, said, according to the Wall Street Journal. “But part of the purpose of serving the public is to try to figure out where you can make the greatest impact.” 

In a report Monday, the Forward noted that Greenfield still requires approval from three city and state agencies, who have yet to

Despite a somewhat strained relationship over the past four years, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer have buried the hatchet, at least for now, to support each other’s re-election bids. 

According to a NY Post report, the two politicians appeared on good terms at a press conference Sunday in Chelsea. 

Though Stringer acknowledged that he doesn’t “always make [de Blasio’s] life easy,” he noted that “it’s all in the city charter.” 

“As mayor and comptroller, we have

The office of Governor Andrew Cuomo has been ordered by a New York judge to release documents regarding a corruption probe into former state officials and upstate contractors that the New York Times has been trying to obtain for the last year.

On Thursday, July 13, the decision, which was issued two weeks ago, was filed with the office of the Albany County Clerk office on Thursday, gives the governor’s office 45 days to release emails, schedules and other records that the Times requested under

Martin Landau, the Academy Award-winning actor known for his roles in films such as Ed Wood and Crimes and Misdemeanors, passed away Sunday at 89 of “unexpected complications.” Landau, whose small screen credits included appearances in everything from The Twilight Zone to Columbo, and Golden Globe-winning work on Mission: Impossible, received his first Oscar for his portrayal of horror movie star Bela Lugosi in Ed Wood (1994). Landau received his second Oscar nomination for his role in Woody

Manuel Reynoso, an attorney for the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA), has denied allegations of a “conspiracy” by the organization to cover up the scenes of accidents.

In court this month, Reynoso responded to claims by Michael Gunzburg, an attorney representing an injured bus passenger, that 10 MTA investigators arrived at the scene where his client was injured.

According to a NY Post report Saturday, Reynoso laughed off the claims, telling the jury that “yes, 10 people came to the