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    Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney Jon Hatami, who rose to prominence as the lead prosecutor in the Gabriel Fernandez case, told "Fox & Friends" the newly elected D.A.'s directives are not supported by his own prosecutors or the citizens who voted for him. New District Attorney George Gascon is facing backlash for his extreme liberal policies, including ending cash bail and the death penalty, as well as lessening charges against those accused of violent crimes -- including child rapists and murderers. "It's shocking," said Hatami, a nearly 15-year veteran of the DA's office. "The new D.A. has no compassion for victims. He has spoken to no victims ... in my cases or any case that I know about." TUCKER CARLSON: GEORGE SOROS, GEORGE GASCÓN AND THE FALL OF LOS ANGELES There is growing support among the roughly 800 deputy district attorneys who work for Gascon to file a state bar complaint against him,...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- The COVID-19 pandemic has put one of New York City's major problems -- homelessness -- on full display, and encampments are lining city streets from downtown to midtown to uptown.7 On Your Side Investigates found an encampment lining the whole side of a building on West 41st Street, filled with boxes and tarps, another crowded encampment under an overpass on West 59th and another lining a street in Harlem on East 124th."It's very rare in New York City, because this administration made a decision years ago to stop what he happened for decades before and not allow those encampments," Mayor Bill De Blasio said last monthSome residents, however, say they're experiencing a different reality."Well, the mayor's wrong," said George Aryeh, who manages an apartment building on East 124th. "He must be blind. He doesn't see what's going on here."Exclusive: Tenants living in Manhattan hotel alongside...
    Dear Moneyist, I am a white woman of privilege. I am also the full-time working single mother of an adopted child, and I have led a very successful career. While I have benefited throughout my life from my parents’ financial support, even though I have never married, my parents have worked hard to keep things financially equal between me and my siblings. My issue is this: my sister-in-law constantly makes snide comments about how I have it so good. She implies that my brother/her husband and my father support my lifestyle. My brother has NEVER given me any money and any money I get from my parents, she and my brother get annually too. I would never accept money from my brother unless I was in dire straits, and even then I would do it transparently with her input/support. Dispatches from a pandemic: ‘The fates of the refugees...
    Emmy-winning actress Kirstie Alley has shrugged off the vitriol that came her way after she announced over the weekend that she planned to vote for President Trump, she told "Hannity" Monday.  "They always attack me on the same three things: I'm a fat, irrelevant, Scientologist," Alley told host Sean Hannity. "But, this has been going on for 40 years, so I'm sort of prepared," Alley added. "That really is basically all they have to offer, so I honestly don't take it too personally because I feel that people are angry and they have the right to say what they wnt to say, and I have the right to block them if I don't like the way they speak." The "Cheers" star tweeted Saturday that she is voting for Trump to be reelected because he's "not a politician." KIRSTIE ALLEY RESPONDS TO 'NASTY', 'HORRIBLE' PEOPLE CRITICIZING HER SUPPORT FOR TRUMP "I voted for him 4 years ago...
    Maybe you don't like politics with your beer. Or maybe you think small businesses should stay above the ideological fray so that they don't alienate one group of potential customers while catering to another. It's an understandable take, but one that really isn't possible anymore in a country that is now truly divided. Even the simplest choices — such as what organization to donate money to or whether or not to support the Black Lives Matter movement or enforce mask rules — can have repercussions. So, with that "damned if you do, damned if you don't" environment as the background, a few breweries are putting politics on tap. Others are simply encouraging people to vote, including Arvada's Luki Brewery, which is offering people the chance to vote on the style characteristics for its yet-to-be-brewed Democracy IPA, which will be released on November 3 — election day. (Hurry, though, because voting on...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- The COVID-19 pandemic has put one of New York City's major problems -- homelessness -- on full display, and encampments are lining city streets from downtown to midtown to uptown.7 On Your Side Investigates found an encampment lining the whole side of a building on West 41st Street, filled with boxes and tarps, another crowded encampment under an overpass on West 59th and another lining a street in Harlem on East 124th."It's very rare in New York City, because this administration made a decision years ago to stop what he happened for decades before and not allow those encampments," Mayor Bill De Blasio said last monthSome residents, however, say they're experiencing a different reality."Well, the mayor's wrong," said George Aryeh, who manages an apartment building on East 124th. "He must be blind. He doesn't see what's going on here."Exclusive: Tenants living in Manhattan hotel alongside...
    New York (CNN Business)Nike, the official maker of the uniforms for the NBA and WNBA, said Thursday it supports athletes' boycotts in response to the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.Soon after the Milwaukee Bucks decided to not play Wednesday night, the NBA announced it would postpone Game 5 of three different playoff series. Within hours, three WNBA, five Major League Soccer and three Major League Baseball games were called off as athletes acted in solidarity with the Bucks."Nike stands in support of NBA and WNBA players and athletes across the sports community in their response to the senseless shooting of Jacob Blake. We remain committed to addressing the issue of systemic racism experienced by the Black community," the company said in a statement.Nike (NKE) was one of many companies that voiced support for the Black Lives Matter protests earlier this summer. In May, it reversed its iconic...
    Is it okay to watch college football games in the fall if you supported the season being canceled? This is a question being batted around right now on the football subreddit, and the answer is incredibly simple in my mind. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Is it hypocritical to watch college football this season if you believe that there should be no games? from CFB If you don’t support games happening during the coronavirus, then you have no right to watch in the fall. In fact, Ari Gold has a message for all of you. You don’t get to cheer for football not happening and then watch games in the fall. Are you kidding me? Have you lost your damn mind? You’re either with us or against us. It’s that simple. You can’t cheer against football, and then enjoy...
    DENVER (AP) – The NFL is spending some $75 million on COVID-19 testing, and that’s one reason Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay agrees with the decisions by the Pac-12 and Big Ten to scrap football this fall to the chagrin of many players and coaches. “Honestly, it’s scary. And for those kids, they don’t have the protocols that we have,” Lindsay said. “They don’t have the money to get tested every day and to have this: People come in here and clean it every day. And you have a bunch of kids that aren’t just going to sit there and listen and stay at home. They’re going to be all around, especially if they’ve got to go to class. (Credit: CBS) “So, honestly I saw it coming. And until they can come up with (a therapy or vaccine) I don’t think those kids should play because it is real. I’ve...
    Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-N.Y., told “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday that he doesn’t agree with New York Attorney General Letitia James’ “broad statement” that “New Yorkers have lost faith in law enforcement.” James released a preliminary report regarding her office’s ongoing investigation into the NYPD’s response to last month’s protests, highlighting disparities between its treatment of White people and communities of color, and calling for a change-up of the department’s command structure, more diversity among leadership and the “redesign” of police’s role in society. James released her office’s “Preliminary Report in Ongoing Investigation into NYPD Response to Recent Protests,” in a tweet on Wednesday afternoon, writing, “it is impossible to deny that many New Yorkers have lost faith in law enforcement.” When asked if he agrees with the assessment that New Yorkers don’t trust the police to do their jobs fairly Zeldin said, “That's a broad statement, you shouldn't be speaking for the entire state.”...
    Caitlyn Jenner has opened up on how a small gesture by pop superstar Lady Gaga helped her cope with the stress and trauma of publicly admitting her transition. Jenner says that she was terrified at how the world would react when she appeared on an ABC News special with Diane Sawyer to reveal that she was transgender in April 2015. And in a new interview the former Olympic decathlon gold medalist opened up on how coming out and going through a transition was not an easy process, but riddled with doubts. Reality star Jenner, speaking to a new show called Hollywood Disclosure with Serena DC, also denied claims that her family were divided at the time. In a new interview, the former Olympic decathlon gold medalist opened up on how coming out and going through a transition was not an easy process Jenner says Lady Gaga was first...
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