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brooklyn teacher busted for month-long sexual abuse of teen boy

a city teacher is accused of carrying on a sexual relationship with a high school boy in their brooklyn school’s bathroom, police said wednesday. andre braddy, 35, was busted tuesday on charges of sexually abusing the 14-year-old boy at public school 235 on flatlands ave. in canarsie, according to police. authorities said the abuse at the school went on for about a month. police found out about the alleged sex crimes from the boy’s outraged parents, cops said. city education department officials said wednesday that braddy has been removed from his classroom and reassigned away from children pending the outcome of his case. he has worked at the school since 2015 and has a clean disciplinary history, but he has been reassigned away from kids pending the outcome of his ca...





brooklyn mom says she was defending daughter in playground fight

a brooklyn mother accused of egging her daughter on in a playground brawl — and then stepping in and assaulting a teenager — says she’s guilty of nothing more than defending her kid from a longtime bully. tameekah douglas-stanbury, 38, was hit with assault charges on march 12 for participating in the feb. 15 fracas — which witnesses captured on cell phone video — on the roy h. mann middle school playground. the mill basin mom rejected a deal from prosecutors wednesday at brooklyn criminal court that would require her to undergo anger management. “my client’s daughter was viciously assaulted in a schoolyard by the complaining witness. she’s denying that she committed any crime,” said jay schwitzman, douglas-stanbury’s lawyer.mom seeks $5.5m after daughte...





trump attorney michael cohen to plead the fifth in stormy daniels case over fears of self-incrimination

wary he might incriminate himself, embattled trump attorney michael cohen announced wednesday he will refuse to testify under oath in a lawsuit filed against him by porn star stormy daniels.cohen, who's concurrently facing a criminal investigation in new york, said in a california court filing that he will invoke his fifth amendment rights if he's asked to testify about a $130,000 payment he made to daniels 11 days before the 2016 election. daniels says she took the money in exchange for signing a "hush agreement" barring her from speaking publicly about having sex with now-president trump in 2006.advertisement"i first realized that my fifth amendment rights would be implicated in this case after i considered the events of april 9," cohen said in the filing, referencing the high-prof...





maga hat-wearing man's discrimination suit against bar tossed

here’s your hat, what’s your hurry? a lawsuit alleging a west village bar discriminated against a patron’s spiritual “creed” by booting him for wearing president trump’s signature “make america great again” hat was dismissed wednesday. manhattan supreme court justice david cohen tossed philadelphia accountant greg piatek’s claims against the happiest hour following 45 minutes of legal arguments. piatek had claimed he and his friends went to the w. 10th st. bar in january 2017 following a visit to the september 11 memorial.man denied service at bar wore trump hat for 'spiritual' reasons according to piatek’s suit filed two months later, the group was denied service — and ultimately kicked out — because he wore a maga cap. lawyers for piatek...





sessions declines to say if he’s recused from trump lawyer probe

washington — attorney general jeff sessions refused wednesday to say whether he’s recused himself from involvement in the justice department’s investigation into president trump’s personal lawyer, michael cohen. “i should not answer that question; it would be inappropriate to do so,” sessions said at a senate appropriations subcommittee hearing. “it is the policy of the department that if you get into discussing the details of those matters you can reveal the existence, scope, breadth or nature of the matter.” a person familiar with the matter said earlier that sessions has decided not to recuse himself from the justice department’s cohen investigation but will step back from specific matters if required by department rules. at the hearing, sessions s...





trump's va pick ronny jackson considering withdrawing: report

as ronny jackson faces allegations of impropriety, president trump’s pick to head up veterans affairs is reportedly considering pulling his name from consideration. jackson, the longtime white house physician who was nominated to replace fired va secretary david shulkin, faces a two-page list of accusations, including claims that he “wrecked” a government vehicle after getting drunk at a going-away party, wrote himself percocet prescriptions and provided a white house military staffer with a “large supply” of the opioid. democratic senate staffers compiled the lengthy list on the so-called candyman and separated accusations into three categories: prescription drug abuse, drunkenness and hostile workplace practices. while aides scrambled to properly vet the 50-yea...





trump’s travel ban sees backing from conservative judges

washington — the supreme court’s conservative justices sounded ready wednesday to uphold president trump’s travel ban as a national security measure. chief justice john roberts and justice anthony kennedy said federal law gives the president, not the courts, the power to weigh threats from immigrants. “could the president ban the entry of syrians” if he had evidence that some syrians had chemical or biological weapons, roberts asked a lawyer challenging trump’s travel ban. the answer was obviously yes, the chief justice said, answering his own question. attorney neal katyal, representing the state of hawaii, which has challenged the ban, said the law gives the president only temporary authority to exclude certain people, not a broad ban that would stay in place...





golden state killer was nightmare neighbor who threatened to ‘deliver load of death’ over loud dog

the former california cop identified wednesday as the golden state killer was a grouchy grandpa with a short fuse who once threatened "death" over a barking dog, his neighbors reportedly said.joseph deangelo jr., 72, was famous for shouting obscenities while puttering around his immaculate ranch-style house in the sleepy citrus heights suburb of sacramento, several neighbors told the sacramento bee.advertisement"we used to just call him 'freak,'" natalia bedes-correnti, who lives a few doors down, told the newspaper. "he used to have these temper tantrums, not at anybody, just (himself)...usually because he couldn't find his keys."she said the man now believed to be a sadistic serial killer was so loud, she could hear him from inside her house.advertisement"this guy just had this...





giuliani meets with mueller in trump-russia probe

mueller's probe took a twist two weeks ago when prosecutors in new york, believed to be acting on a tip from the special counsel, raided the offices of trump lawyer michael cohen, a development that reportedly led to a setback in a possible interview with trump.





trump will pull out of iran nuclear deal: macron

iran's foreign minister mohammad javad zarif is interviewed by the associated press, in new york, tuesday, april 24, 2018. (ap photo/richard drew) (richard drew/ap)





chinese scientists say north korea nuclear site collapsed

kim jong un was willing to move mountains to develop his nuclear weapons, though doing so may have lead to the stop in his testing program. north korea announced last weekend that it would no longer carry out missile or nuclear tests, with its leader saying that the quest for weapons of mass destruction was “complete.” however, research by chinese geologists suggests that the previous tests had caused the mountain above the main testing site to collapse, perhaps offering another motive for the apparent gesture of good faith. geologists at the university of science and technology of china said in a paper that an earthquake created an “onsite collapse toward the nuclear test center” shortly after the testing of a bomb in september with the force 100 kilotons worth of...





nypd surprises ‘legend’ receptionist with loving retirement party

long before there was such a thing as neighborhood policing, marie gambardella was bridging the gap between cops and community in brooklyn.for 47 years, she manned the receptionist desk at the 76th precinct — greeting everyone with a smile — and on wednesday she got a walkout worthy of a queen.advertisement"it's unbelievable, it's overwhelming," the 88-year-old gambardella told the daily news, as hundreds of cops and colleagues flooded the union st. block outside the carroll gardens stationhouse to say goodbye to the longtime legend."police officers i worked with in the '70s and '80s, they're all here. the captains are here," she said. "and i got to see the commissioner."advertisementpolice commissioner james o'neill and first deputy ben tucker came with gifts in hand for g...





interim manhattan u.s. attorney to stay in role after rare vote

manhattan u.s. attorney geoffrey berman is losing his “interim” title, thanks to a rare vote by judges in the southern district of new york. berman’s interim term as the top prosecutor in manhattan was set to expire may 4. he was appointed by attorney general jeff sessions in january. u.s. attorneys are typically confirmed by the senate – but president trump’s administration never got around to formally nominating berman or anyone else. that meant that under the law the responsibility of appointing the u.s. attorney fells to the judges of the southern district, who voted unanimously to appoint berman, the courthouse announced wednesday. “the court, as authorized by statute, 28 u.s.c. § 546(d), unanimously has appointed mr. berman united states attorney for the...





brooklyn teacher busted for month-long sexual abuse of 14-year-old boy in school bathroom

andre braddy, 35, was busted tuesday on charges of sexually abusing the 14-year-old boy at public school 235 on flatlands ave. in canarsie, according to police. authorities said the abuse at the school went on for about a month.





trump attorney michael cohen to plead the fifth in stormy daniels case over fears of self-incrimination

wary he might incriminate himself, embattled trump attorney michael cohen announced wednesday he will refuse to testify under oath in a lawsuit filed against him by porn star stormy daniels.cohen, who's concurrently facing a criminal investigation in new york, said in a california court filing that he will invoke his fifth amendment rights if he's asked to testify about a $130,000 payment he made to daniels 11 days before the 2016 election. daniels says she took the money in exchange for signing a "hush agreement" barring her from speaking publicly about having sex with now-president trump in 2006.advertisement"i first realized that my fifth amendment rights would be implicated in this case after i considered the events of april 9," cohen said in the filing, referencing the high-prof...





'golden state killer,' a former cop, finally jailed after dna evidence links him to horrific crimes

los angeles — the notorious "golden state killer" who terrorized california with a stunning series of at least 50 rapes and a dozen murders starting in 1976 is now behind bars — and may have committed some of the crimes while he was a cop, authorities said wednesday.joseph james deangelo, 72, was arrested tuesday afternoon outside his residence in the sleepy citrus heights neighborhood of suburban sacramento after investigators surveilled his "routine," collected some "discarded dna" and matched it to evidence collected from the one-man crime spree, prosecutors and police said at a press conference wednesday afternoon.advertisementdeangelo previously worked as an officer with the exeter police department near visalia, calif., in the early 1970s and was fired from the auburn polic...





ag jeff sessions declines to say if he’s recused from probe into trump lawyer michael cohen

washington — attorney general jeff sessions refused wednesday to say whether he's recused himself from involvement in the justice department's investigation into president trump's personal lawyer, michael cohen.





trump’s veterans affairs pick ronny jackson reportedly ‘in talks’ to withdraw amid allegations of misconduct

jackson, the longtime white house physician who was nominated to replace fired va secretary david shulkin, faces a two-page list of accusations, including claims that he "wrecked" a government vehicle after getting drunk at a going-away party, wrote himself percocet prescriptions and provided a white house military staffer with a "large supply" of the opioid.





gov. cuomo says ice is 'violating the law' after recent raids by federal agents

gov. cuomo threatened wednesday to bar immigration agents from state property without a warrant and promised to sue the feds if they continued "reckless" and "unconstitutional" roundups.cuomo, in what he called a cease-and-desist letter to u.s. immigration and customs enforcement acting director thomas homan, slammed the recent metro-area raids — first reported by the daily news — which netted 225 people in the five boroughs and surrounding counties, saying the feds had no right to conduct those operations.advertisementice agents have targeted upstate farms and city courthouses to nab undocumented immigrants for arrest.the actions pose "significant legal and public safety concerns" that are "eroding trust in the foundations of our communities, threatening the sanctity of our pub...





trump’s travel ban sees backing from conservative supreme court judges

attorney neal katyal, representing the state of hawaii, which has challenged the ban, said the law gives the president only temporary authority to exclude certain people, not a broad ban that would stay in place long term.