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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, August 24, 2017

New York

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) announced Monday that she will not support Sen. Benjamin Cardin and Sen. Rob Portman’s Israel Anti-Boycott Act until it is clear that the legislation does not penalize individual efforts to boycott Israel. Speaking at a community town hall meeting in Flushing Monday, Gillibrand said her main concern regarding the bill is its potential stifling of free speech. A co-sponsor of the bill, Gillibrand said she had reservations after meeting the ACLU regarding it.

“I would never support any bill that chills free speech,” Gillibrand said, according to Observer.com. “I would never be for something that you stated the bill says. It’s not something I would support. I met with the ACLU and we sat down…and why they

On Friday morning, July 28, Mayor Bill de Blasio came up with yet another reason why City Hall cannot contribute to the $836 million needed to rescue the city’s subway system. His new excuse is the possibility of federal funding cuts, despite the fact that he said on previous occasions that such cut backs would not lead to him limiting city spending. 

During a radio interview, de Blasio said, "We've got a lot of dangers coming up from Washington, including a federal budget proposal that could

This past week was a good one for the New York Times. The 166-year-old news organization’s shares saw a seven percent increase, achieving their highest level since the 2008 recession, according to a NY Post report Thursday. The publication said its digital subscription revenue, which comprises almost half of its total advertising revenue had surpassed its print advertising revenue for the first time in its history. 

In a conference call this week with the NY Post, NY Times CEO Mark Thompson

In a murder case that spans the country, two deaths, and nearly four decades, against heir to New York real estate empire Robert Durst, prosecutors have been bringing in multiple witnesses to give their testimony in Superior Court in Los Angeles, California.

The frail 74-year-old Durst is charged with shooting his best friend in the head 17 years ago in her Los Angeles residences. Prosecutors allege that Durst murdered his friend Susan Berman to stop her from telling authorities that she

In June of 1936, in Germany, Margaret Bergmann Lambert (then known as Gretel Bergmann) won an athletic high jump competition, or “meet,” against some of the best ranked German high jumpers in the country. She made a “high jump” of 5 feet 3 inches.  That not only tied a national German record at the time, and would have qualified her to compete in the 1936 Olympics, but could have even won her a gold medal, reportedly. But Ms. Lambert was Jewish, and the racial policies of the Nazi Party in