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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

New York

On Sunday, October 1, the former FBI agent, former Representative and admitted tax evading ex-con Michael Grimm announced that he will be running for his former position. 

To an audience of approximately 100 supporters, Grimm said, “Together we’ll go to Washington and have our president’s back.” 

In his speech, Grimm criticized former prosecutor Dan Donovan, who in 2015 after Grimm’s resignation won the Staten Island-based district. Now Grimm is trying to replace Donovan as the Republican nomination. He said, “The swamp still needs to be drained. Let’s start right here with my opponent.”

Grimm is taking an aggressive approach to his political comeback. Rather than asking for a second chance, he is going full force daring anyone to get

A year ago, pressure cookers packed with steel nuts were used as a bomb with which to terrorize Manhattan’s busy Chelsea neighborhood. On Monday October 2nd, the trial against Ahmad Khan Rahimi, the man accused of setting off the bombs in New Jersey and New York has commenced. The 29-year-old Afghan-born United States citizen from Elizabeth, NJ, has pleaded not guilty.

As reported by the NY Times, prosecutors will use evidence from the defendant’s internet searches, phone videos, text

In Manhattan on Tuesday, September 26, a federal appeals panel vacated the 2015 guilty verdict of former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos. This occurred mere months after ex-Assembly Speak Sheldon Silver’s corruption conviction was also thrown out by a court. Now ethics advocates are pushing for revisions to the constitution of New York State, citing these court decisions to wipe out landmark corruption convictions. 

Both Skelos and Silver were found guilty by juries of using their political

On Thursday, September 28, after complaining to Mayor Bill de Blasio about his plans to rezone East Harlem to allow for more high-rise residential buildings to be constructed there, over a dozen residents of the neighborhood were kicked out of the town hall meeting at Johnson Community Center. 

Throughout the evening, the mayor continually defended the plan, claiming it was an important part of his 10-year promise to create and preserve 200,000 affordable housing units. De Blasio also denied

In the growing litany of scandals that have served as a constant thorn in the eye of the CUNY system in the last few years, it appears that yet another one has surfaced.

According to a report that surfaced in the New York Post last Friday, a tenured lecturer at CUNY’s Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn named Mamdouh Abdel-Sayed has started his own lucrative job creating enterprise. Prosecutors claim that Abdel-Sayed may have helped  thousands of New York City residents obtain employment in the