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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, August 24, 2017

New York

The centuries-old New York City subway system has been dealing with even more problems than usual. Among them are the number of train delays that commuters have to experience increasing dramatically, as well as several accidents occurring which are raising concerns about commuter safety. All the while, subway pass fares have been increasing every two years, the most dramatic increase being the cost of a monthly MetroCard rising by $4.50 to $121 in March.  With calls for even more money from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to fix the subway issues and political wrangling occurring between the offices of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo over whose problem this is, a tax on millionaires in New

A federal judge was asked by prosecutors to schedule a date in the spring for the retrial of former-New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver.

In a formal letter, the government requested that a Manhattan judge set a trial for this coming March, April or May, citing that a fast retrial would be in the best interest of the public. The trial is predicted to go on for about a month. 

According to CBS, “The request comes a day after the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed to let Silver’s

New information has been revealed through an email that has surfaced regarding the abduction of Brooklyn landlord Menachem Stark in 2014.

Mayor Bill de Blasio received an email from JSR Capital chief developer Jona Rechnitz, who recently skipped town bound for California and was the alleged recipient of several favors from the De Blasio administration, claiming that a Hasidic community patrol had known for two hours that Stark had been kidnapped before finally contacting law enforcement. 


In a ground breaking decision, a Manhattan judge has ruled that an independent manager take control over two properties, where the owner has allegedly continuously allowed renters to sublease apartments on Airbnb. Leasing the properties as a short-term hotel is against the city’s Department of Buildings code and the fire code. The two Midtown properties at 334 W. 46th St. and 15 W. 55th St., which are owned by Salim Assa, were called “public nuisances”. The properties have already received

On Friday morning, August 4, Mayor Bill de Blasio seemed to threaten to revoke Spectrum’s, one of the city's largest cable and internet providers, franchise agreement. The company is currently fighting with its employees’ union, and has been accused of not using local vendors. 

Last year, Charter Communications took over Time Warner Cable, rebranding it Spectrum. In March, it failed to reach a contract deal with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 3, which led to 1,800