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Giuliani Implies Cops Wouldn't Have Been Murdered If He Were Still Mayor

Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani implied today that the murder of two NYPD officers last year would not have happened if he were running the city at the time. 400 more words

Rudolph Giuliani to Host $25 Fundraiser for Daniel Donovan's Congressional Campaign

Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani will headline a $25-a-plate “Road to Victory” breakfast on April 25 for Staten Island District Attorney Daniel Donovan, the Republican candidate for Congress in the district covering the borough and parts of Brooklyn. 236 more words

'Live From New York!' At Tribeca: Lorne Michaels & Rudy Giuliani Talk 'SNL' Post-9/11 Episode

Quite often at the end of a screening, particularly at a local film fest premiere, there’s a Q&A with the filmmaker and cast. But when the curtain goes down at the Tribeca Film Festival, as was the case Wednesday night at the event’s opener  803 more words

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Former Mayor Giuliani Pens Letter With Mayor De Blasio Seeking Continued Mayoral Control Over NYC's Schools

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Some may call it an unlikely alliance, but former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani is teaming up with Mayor Bill de Blasio.

The two have put aside their… 327 more words

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Rudy Giuliani blames Obama for Ferguson shootings

NEW YORK – Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani says President Barack Obama is to blame for the police shootings in Ferguson, Missouri, and other disturbing events because he sets the tone for the nation. 113 more words

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Bill de Blasio 'Comfortable' With Ferret Ban Remaining in Place

When it comes to the proposal that was before the Board of Health today, Mayor Bill de Blasio wasn’t quite ferret or against it.

The board voted not to overturn a ban on keeping ferrets as pets in New York City, and Mr. 399 more words

Rudolph Giuliani and Thomas Von Essen Remember Cardinal Edward Egan

For those who guided the city through painful days following 9-11, the late Cardinal Edward Egan will remain always the dignified and resolute face of the Catholic Church in the midst of tragedy. 592 more words