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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, April 29, 2017

New York

The State Commission on Judicial Conduct may be mounting an investigation into the ethics of the Manhattan judge who is overseeing the estate of Robert Durst’s long-missing wife, Kathie. 

Kathie Durst’s sister, Carol Bamonte’s lawyer Bob Abrams has reported Surrogate’s Court Judge Nora Anderson to the commission for her refusal to look into their claims of conflict-of-interest.

Kathie Durst was the first wife of the Durst, allege murderer and heir to a New York City real estate empire.

According to The Post, “She vanished from the couple’s Westchester weekend home in 1982. Her former husband remains the only suspect in her disappearance and is currently awaiting a murder trial in Los Angeles over a friend’s 2000 death.”

Fox News has decided to part ways with star host Bill O'Reilly following allegations of sexual harassment, New York magazine reported Wednesday, citing anonymous sources briefed on the discussions.

O'Reilly said in an April 1 statement that he had been unfairly targeted because of his public prominence. Marc Kasowitz, O'Reilly's lawyer, said in a statement Tuesday that the television host "has been subjected to a brutal campaign of character assassination that is unprecedented in

Real estate developer, Harry Macklowe, offers his soon to be ex-wife half of his $2 billion estate and he thinks it’s the funniest thing, according to the New York Daily News.

Macklowe, 79, couldn’t stop joking with reporters outside a Manhattan civil courtroom Tuesday, while dealing with his messy divorce with his wife, Linda Macklowe, 79, according to Pagesix.

“As soon as this divorce is over, I’m getting remarried,” said the developer—who is famous for establishing properties like the 432

Pedro Hernandez, convicted for the 1979 murder of Etan Patz, sentenced to 25 years to life in prison.

Pedro Hernandez, the bodega clerk convicted for the 1979 murder of New York first-grader Etan Patz was sentenced on Tuesday to 25 years to life in prison, CNN reports.

Hernandez, 56, was convicted of kidnapping and murder in February, nearly 40 years after the six-year-old disappeared on May 25, 1979.

Etan left home to walk to a school bus stop and was not seen again. In the early 1980s

In 2010, a Brooklyn rabbi by the name of Milton Balkany served four years for attempting for a federal probe into illicit insider trading practices, leading to a plan that involved extorting $4 million from a hedge fund and later blackmailing SAC Capital Advisors to donate to two yeshivas and a pair of his favorite charities in exchange for immunity from being investigated. 

His father’s ill-reputed legacy has been inherited by the rabbi’s son, developer Levi Balkany will attempt to clean up