NYC police’s quality of life strategy for subways: arrest food vendors

Clip of police handcuffing a woman selling churros at a subway station went viral as over-policing becomes a hot-button issue Along with cat videos and TikToks, a relatively new type of clip has become fodder for thousands of users on social media: police in the New York City subway. A growing archive of videos and…

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New Epstein accuser calls on Andrew to talk

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJane Doe 15: “Epstein wielded great villainous power” A woman has come forward to accuse the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein of sexually abusing her as a 15-year-old, and called for Prince Andrew to share information on his former friend. The new accuser, identified as “Jane Doe 15”,…

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Prince Andrew: Calls for royal to say sorry and speak to FBI

Lawyers for Epsteins victims say they were almost completely ignored in interview Prince Andrew is facing a transatlantic backlash over his extraordinary defence of his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein after lawyers who represent 10 of the billionaire predators victims branded the royal unrepentant and implausible and demanded that he speak to the FBI. After the…

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KPMG ends sponsorship of Prince Andrew’s scheme

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPrince Andrew on Epstein: ‘There was no indication, absolutely no indication’ KPMG has not renewed its sponsorship of the Duke of York’s entrepreneurship initiative, Pitch@Palace. The accountancy firm is thought to have made the decision at the end of October. The controversy over the prince’s ties to…

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Epstein’s accusers ‘failed by royalty’ – lawyer

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPrince Andrew on Epstein: ‘There was no indication, absolutely no indication’ The Duke of York should apologise for his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, a lawyer for the convicted sex offender’s accusers has said. Spencer Kuvin, who represents several unnamed alleged victims, said “royalty has failed them”. He…

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Eva Longoria Opens Up About Increased ‘Amount Of Anxiety’ Since Becoming A Mom – Perez Hilton

After giving birth, a lot of women are eager to get back into the gym, but Eva Longoria was just focused on giving back! While chatting with reporters at the Eva Longoria Foundation Gala on Friday, the Desperate Housewives alum revealed how her mindset has shifted since welcoming her son Santiago last June with husband…

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Drake heckling risks overshadowing Tyler, the Creator’s thriving festival

The rapper cut his set at Camp Flog Gnaw short after upset fans, who were expecting Frank Ocean, booed and heckled him The attendees at Camp Flog Gnaw the Los Angeles music festival founded by Tyler, the Creator were buzzing Sunday night. Everyone wanted to know who the surprise guest was. Many were convinced it…

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Virginia Is On The Brink Of Cementing Its Democratic Status

The party needs to pick up three seats in the House of Delegates and two seats in the state Senate to take control of both chambers. Polling Democratic takeovers in both legislative chambers would have far-reaching implications for the state’s policies and politics. The party, which also controls the governor’s office, would have the chance…

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Celebrating artists who have experienced homelessness

One Festival of Homeless Arts brings together works of visual art, theatre, film and photography, all created by artists who are or have been homeless. The work is being exhibited at the Old Diorama Arts Centre in London. Three festival artists talk about their work and how their art relates to their experiences of homelessness.…

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It’s been a year since Khashoggi’s murder. Trump has stopped pretending to care | Mohamad Bazzi

Saudi Arabias dismal record isnt deterring Mnuchin, Kushner and a flock of executives from attending Davos in the desert A year after Saudi agents will attend a lavish investment conference in the Saudi capital intended to burnish the princes image as a reformer. The conference, nicknamed Davos in the desert, is expected to draw dozens…

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