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    Gov. Andrew Cuomo once compared himself to Sonny Corleone from The Godfather and bragged about his oral sex skills, according to a damning profile published in The New York Times on Tuesday.  The New York politician, 63, has fallen from grace amid recent accusations of sexual harassment and a cover-up of COVID nursing home deaths, but the new profile features interviews with insiders who say Cuomo's troubling behavior goes much further back.  Sources quoted in the piece allege that the Governor has made transphobic and sexually inappropriate comments - with some alarming remarks made more than 15 years ago. A Cuomo spokesperson has denied all claims.  Back in 2006, shortly after he was elected as New York Attorney General, one associate claims Cuomo gloated about how physically intimidating he could be.  Cuomo reportedly 'enthused' that he could make interviewers 'nervous' based on his physical presence.  'I loom over that table,' Cuomo is alleged to have said. 'In their minds, I'm Sonny Corleone and I'm capable of anything.'  Gov. Andrew Cuomo once compared himself to Sonny Corleone from The...
    New York : Alex Rodriguez He left for the Dominican Republic and a source assured People en Español magazine that Jennifer Lopez She is happy to be together with him, to be face to face, as the couple really wants their relationship to work. What’s more, this weekend the paparazzi harassed to some extent JLo’s still supposed fiancé and before the cameras he said emphatically “I am not single,” specified said media. “Happy day. New week. New day. Forward. Up ”, the former baseball player wrote along with a video published in his Stories in which he shows a luxury beachfront resort and in which he has also tagged Jennifer. Thus he confirmed to his followers and family that he is also doing his part to move forward with his relationship with JLo. Over the weekend, the couple lived through really dark days after Page Six claimed that they had broken up and that their engagement was consequently canceled. Hours later the couple broke the silence to assert that they were still together, that they were working on...
    New York : “My family told me that I should not turn down the offer, since the boy who was going to marry me was from a wealthy family,” says 14-year-old Abeba. Just a few months ago, her mother and siblings put great pressure on her to accept a suitor, marry, and thus help alleviate the family financial strains during the COVID-19 pandemic. Abeba wants to be a doctor, but in his hometown from Gondar, in Ethiopia, the future of their education is uncertain. Rabi, from 16 years, still attends high school in Gusau, Nigeria, but four of her friends from school They got married during the pandemic, and her mother thinks she should do the same. “Two of our neighbors are getting married this week, In sha Allah (God willing). I never thought it would touch me so soon, ”says Rabi. And the prospects for these teens are far from unusual. According to a new report by the United Nations Children’s Fund or Unicef, already before the pandemic it was expected that in 10 years 100 million as...
    Lawrence Garbuz, now 51, was the first person in New York to be named as having the virus last March The New York lawyer who was considered to be the state's 'patient zero' with COVID-19 has spoken out to insist he was not a super-spreader, and is allowing doctors to study him to examine the long-term effects of the virus.  Lawrence Garbuz, now 51, was the first person in New York to be named as having the virus last March. A woman who had traveled back from Iran was the first - but she was never identified.  Shortly after he contracted it, his wife - Adina - contracted it as did some of their family and friends.  The pair live in New Rochelle and Garbuz was traveling into Manhattan for his job as a lawyer at the time. At its worst, the virus sent him into an induced coma. Now, he and his wife are both healthy and are allowing their data to be looked over by medical experts.  In an interview with The Wall Street Journal this week, he...
    New York : The arrest of the wife of “El Chapo” Guzmán, Emma colonel, has brought a world uproar where everyone wants to know details of How was she arrested, what was she doing in that state, what is the evidence, where were her daughters? and a host of other details, which obviously only his team of lawyers could answer. Precisely, the morning show of Telemundo “Today”Interviewed the lawyer of Colonel to learn the details of the arrest of the romantic partner of one of the most important drug traffickers of all time. Recall that he was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2018 and at that time it had not been proven that Emma colonel had links with the crime of drug trafficking as such. Mariel Colon, as the name of the lawyer who hired the former beauty queen, gave some details within the legal framework that is allowed. Others decided to ignore them and responded with a simple “I can not give information about it.” Here we leave what he said to the television network. Keep reading: ...
    A group of 20 influential public radio stations has condemned the New York Times for a 'lack of transparency' after personal ties between the star host of 'The Daily' Michael Barbaro and its discredited series 'Caliphate' emerged. Barbaro was in December tasked with speaking to the Times' executive editor Dean Baquet in an episode of The Daily - which is also broadcast on public radio - in which the paper retracted much of the story on which popular series Caliphate had been built. The Times acknowledged that it had been misled in the production of the series by Canadian-Pakistani man Shehroze Chaudhry, 25, who had fabricated his story of working as an ISIS executioner. Yet in hosting the episode, Barbaro failed to disclose that much of the production team involved in 'Caliphate' had come from 'The Daily' - and that he is engaged to the series' executive producer Lisa Tobin. According to NPR, Barbaro also pressured at least five journalists via social media to play down the errors in Caliphate and to get them to pull back their public criticism...
    Chris Cuomo was seen at the weekend in a New York City members' club not wearing a mask and walking around to greet people as if he were the 'mayor', according to people who were there.  The CNN host, who had COVID-19 earlier this year, had already been scolded by his apartment building management for not wearing a mask in common areas. According to sources cited by Page Six on Monday, it did nothing to change his behavior over the weekend.  Those sources say he was at an unnamed members club, not wearing a mask and shaking people's hands. He was reportedly with Brooke Shields's husband Chris Henchy.  Cuomo, pictured last month in the Hamptons, was seen in New York City this weekend not wearing a mask  Cuomo was reportedly with Brooke Shields' husband Chris Henchy. They are shown with their wives in 2017 'He was not social distancing and was walking around indoors, shaking hands and greeting people without a mask. 'He was just hanging with Brooke Shields’ husband.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    It’s great to win the lottery once. How about 25 times? Raymond Harrington won his award with an extraordinary play. Photo: Virginia Lottery / Courtesy That’s what Raymond Harrington accomplished with the Virginia Lottery Pick 4 game. The Virginia Beach man bought 25 Pick 4 lottery plays for the July 17 night drawing. Each of the $ 1 plays contained the same four-digit combination: 4-6-4-0. “Something told me to play 25 times,” Harrington later told Lottery officials. When that combination was drawn in the drawing, each of your tickets won the game’s $ 5,000 jackpot, for a grand total of $ 125,000. The lucky player bought his lottery tickets at Wegman’s located at 4721 Virginia Beach Boulevard in Virginia Beach. Harrington said he has no immediate plans for his earnings, except to help his two sons through college.
    A New York City ER doctor who killed herself at the height of the coronavirus crisis told friends she felt she 'couldn't help anyone' and was 'embarrassed' when she suffered a breakdown because of mental health stigma in the medical community. Dr. Lorna M. Breen, 49, the medical director of the emergency department at New York-Presbyterian Allen Hospital, committed suicide in Charlottesville, Virginia on April 26. Her tragic death came just weeks after she recovered from coronavirus and days after she was discharged from a psychiatric ward following a mental health episode. Breen's devastated family, friends and colleagues spoke out about her shock suicide to the New York Times and told how they believe it was triggered by her traumatic work in a Manhattan hospital during the pandemic.  They say the talented doctor should be included in America's coronavirus death toll because she was indirectly killed by the effects of the outbreak.   Dr. Lorna M. Breen, 49, (pictured) the medical director of the emergency department at New York-Presbyterian Allen Hospital, committed suicide in Charlottesville, Virginia on April 26  Anna Ochoa,...
    Donald Trump has insisted 'nobody told him' that Russia had reportedly offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants if they killed U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan.  In a series of tweets Sunday morning, the president scathed: 'Nobody briefed or told me, VP Pence, or Chief of Staff Mark Meadows about the so-called attacks on our troops in Afghanistan by Russians, as reported through an 'anonymous source' by the Fake News New York Times. 'Everybody is denying it & there have not been many attacks on us.....' Trump continued. The president also insisted that 'nobody has been tougher on Russia' than his administration, adding: 'With Corrupt Joe Biden & Obama, Russia had a field day, taking over important parts of Ukraine. 'Where’s Hunter?' the president asked. 'Probably just another phony Times hit job, just like their failed Russia Hoax. Who is their 'source'? 
    NEW YORK (AP) — New York, Connecticut and New Jersey will require visitors from states with high infection rates to quarantine for 14 days, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. “We now have to make sure the rates continue to drop," Cuomo said. “We also have to make sure the virus doesn’t come on a plane again.” Cuomo announced what was called a “travel advisory” at a briefing jointly via video feeds with New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, both fellow Democrats. The states’ health departments will provide details of how the rule will work, Murphy said. The announcement comes as summer travel to the states' beaches, parks and other attractions — not to mention New York City — would normally swing into high gear. Visitors from states over a set infection rate will have to quarantine, Cuomo said. As of Wednesday, states over the threshold were Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington, Utah and Texas. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or...
    NEW YORK  — New York, Connecticut and New Jersey will require visitors from states with high infection rates to quarantine for 14 days, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. “We now have to make sure the rates continue to drop,” Cuomo said. “We also have to make sure the virus doesn’t come on a plane again.” Cuomo announced what was called a “travel advisory” at a briefing jointly via video feeds with New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, both fellow Democrats. The states’ health departments will provide details of how the rule will work, Murphy said. Related Articles The COVID-19 gym experience: Exercise ‘pods,’ hand sanitizer and lots of social distancing Coronavirus: ‘This is far from over’ as new cases, hospitalizations spike in California Editorial: Suspending H-1B visas threatens next wave of innovation Coronavirus: Here are 40 places to get tested for free in the Bay Area LA County reports nearly 5,000 new coronavirus cases in two days The announcement comes as summer travel...
    Hundreds of New York City cultural workers in the art world are calling for Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo to slash funding for police amid the global unrest over the May 25 death of George Floyd. The open letter  by two New York-based curators, Natalia Viera, co-founder of Pública Espacio in Puerto Rico, and Patrick Jaojoco, director of programs at FABnyc, demands the city shift its budget “away from the NYPD, and towards social and civic services and education programs.” “We should and have been asking: why are there are so many white men on boards and in positions of power? In a fundamentally racist society, in which silence equates to violence and ‘business as usual’ actively destroys our communities, why hasn’t there been more concrete action from the arts community to end systemic racism?” said Viera and Jaojoco about the open letter. Patrick Jaojoco, director of programs at FABnyc, and Natalia Viera, co-founder of Pública Espacio in Puerto Rico, are by two New York-based curators calling to defund the police (LinkedIn). “We need to start...
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