New York Gov. Andrew CuomoAndrew CuomoDisjointed vaccine distribution poses early test for Biden Three National Guardsmen killed after military helicopter crash in New York New York City reschedules 23,000 vaccination appointments due to supply issues MORE (D) said on Monday that New York can begin to loosen certain coronavirus restrictions as cases and hospitalizations improve but warned people not to “get cocky with COVID.” … [Read more...] about Cuomo says New York can begin to loosen restrictions: ‘Don’t get cocky with COVID’
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Snow will overspread the area tomorrow morning with mixing possible into the afternoon hours; precipitation will fall as mainly snow to our north and as a mix or plain rain to our south. The precipitation will become lighter tomorrow night with primarily snow to the north, mixing/rain in the city and rain/drizzle south. … [Read more...] about New York Weather: CBS2’s 1/25 Monday Morning Forecast
Blake, who is Black, was shot seven times by a white officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin, after police responded to a 911 call from the mother of his children on Aug. 23. He had warrants out for several charges, including disorderly conduct and third-degree sexual assault. Police tried to arrest him and after a brief tussle with officers, he moved toward the front of his car. … [Read more...] about New York Times called out for ignoring Jacob Blake’s admission he had knife during police shooting
In the course of looking into Weinstein’s charitable activities, Ajamie began to hear other stories. “The first thing people say is ‘He’s a bully, he rapes women, he’s a predator,’ ” Ajamie recalls. (Weinstein has always denied abusing anyone.) In mid-October 2016, after Ajamie’s report was submitted, word made its way back to Weinstein that the lawyer had been asking questions about his sexual conduct. While Boies and Charlie Prince, a Weinstein Company attorney, repeatedly tried to contact Ajamie regarding what Boies later described as his “false and defamatory statements,” Ajamie met with a well-known advocate for sexual-harassment victims, the L.A. attorney Lisa Bloom. He suggested she might be interested in representing Weinstein’s accusers in a potential lawsuit. (She didn’t take him up on it.) Around the same time, on October 14, 2016, actress Rose McGowan posted a series of tweets that seemed to be … [Read more...] about The Bad, Good Lawyer
In the public’s mind, Boies is the ninja master of the legal profession, someone from the flatlands of the Midwest who suffered severe dyslexia yet still graduated magna cum laude from Yale Law. “A kind of legal Buddha, except that he is thinner and dresses better,” Garry Shandling, a Boies client, has described him. He is renowned for his eccentricity, for being able to deliver a courtroom argument without looking at his notes, and for a certain aw-shucks, suits-off-the-rack sensibility that belies his fame and wealth (Boies owns multiple houses, an oceangoing yacht, and a 1,300-acre Northern California vineyard). … [Read more...] about David Boies Was America’s Top Litigator. Now He’s Known As Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyer.