Assemblyman Nader Sayegh (D-Yonkers NY-AD90) Stands With Yonkers! Re-Elect Nader Sayegh!

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TribuneAssemblyman Nader Sayegh (D-Yonkers NY-AD90) Stands With Yonkers! Re-Elect Nader Sayegh!

BLUE TRUTH: Lack of Transparency By Yonkers Police Department’s Leadership Disrespects Yonkersites As It Undermines Policing Capacity
By HEZI ARIS

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The Lack of Transparency Hezitorial YONKERS, NY — September 29, 2020 — Yonkers Police Commissioner John Mueller’s demeanor has long been self serving. Prior to and after being appointed police commissioner he has adroitly learned to create a visual of police work and conduct that has been proven detrimental to the department under his watch. Two incidences, one juxtaposed to …

eHeziBLUE TRUTH: Lack of Transparency By Yonkers Police Department’s Leadership Disrespects Yonkersites As It Undermines Policing Capacity
By HEZI ARIS

New Rochelle Man Charged With Attempted Murder of FBI Task Force Officer During a Broad Daylight Shooting in Yonkers

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YONKERS, NY — September 28, 2020 — Audrey Strauss, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, William F. Sweeney Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), and John J. Mueller, Commissioner of the Yonkers Police Department, announced charges today against DARREN SMITH for attempting to murder a …

TribuneNew Rochelle Man Charged With Attempted Murder of FBI Task Force Officer During a Broad Daylight Shooting in Yonkers

Film About Kenneth Chamberlain, Black Man Killed by Police, Wins Top Prize at Urbanworld Festival
CHRIS GARDNER

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Summary: ‘The Killing of Kenneth Chanberlain’ was among the winners announced Sunday September 27, 2020, to close the 24th annul Urbanworld Film Festival. David Midell’s The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain — a ripped-from-the-headlines film about Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., a Black veteran with bipolar disorder who was killed during an encounter with police in 2011 — has won the top narrative feature prize …

TribuneFilm About Kenneth Chamberlain, Black Man Killed by Police, Wins Top Prize at Urbanworld Festival
CHRIS GARDNER

Will Hamas and Fatah Unite in Force as Israel Develops Ties to Arab Word?
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON

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SUMMARY: The Faatah-led Palestinian authority “has hit rock bottom and is in its worst political position since the first Gulf War, said Middle East expert Ido Zelkovitz. The recent deals to normalize relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, and Israel and Bahrain, have led many to conclude that the Arab-Israeli conflict has reached a significant turning point. With …

TribuneWill Hamas and Fatah Unite in Force as Israel Develops Ties to Arab Word?
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON

The Case of Belarus: Russia’s Fear of Popular Revolutions
By EMIL AVDALIANI

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Belarus is the last remaining state on Russia’s western border not to have experienced a popular revolution since the 1990s, but revolutionary fervor is growing there. Events in Minsk have great geopolitical import, as one would expect from a state located between Russia and Europe. For Russia, the crisis in Belarus caused by the August presidential election result …

TribuneThe Case of Belarus: Russia’s Fear of Popular Revolutions
By EMIL AVDALIANI

BLUE TRUTH: New Rochelle Resident Fires Four Shots at Crowd in Getty Square; Yonkers Police Did Not Need to Return Fire; No One Injured
By HEZI ARIS

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Click onto the hyperlink below to see the video of what transpired yesterday, September 25, 2020 Shootings that took place at Getty Square – September 25, 2020. YONKERS, NY — September 26, 2020 – A New Rochelle man brandishing a loaded gun ran toward Getty Square from the intersection of Hudson Street and Riverdale Avenue. As he approached Getty Square …

eHeziBLUE TRUTH: New Rochelle Resident Fires Four Shots at Crowd in Getty Square; Yonkers Police Did Not Need to Return Fire; No One Injured
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Yom Kippur, May You Be Sealed in the Book of Life
By PAMELA GELLER

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On this highest of holy days, we wish you G’mar hatimah tovah, may you be sealed for a good year. Have a safe and easy fast. Yom Kippur—the Day of Atonement—is considered the most important holiday in the Jewish faith. Falling in the month of Tishrei, it marks the culmination of the 10 Days of Awe, a period of introspection …

TribuneYom Kippur, May You Be Sealed in the Book of Life
By PAMELA GELLER

Ten(10) RBG Takeaways from TwoLawyers Fighting to Define Female Retirement
By ERICA BAIRD and KAREN WAGNER

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing has spurred great memories from across all demographics. She paved the way for women’s equality—from the right to sign a mortgage without a man to the right to have a bank account without a male co-signer, and even the right to have a job without being discriminated against based on gender. NEW YORK, NY —  September …

eHeziTen(10) RBG Takeaways from TwoLawyers Fighting to Define Female Retirement
By ERICA BAIRD and KAREN WAGNER

150 U.S. Mayors Urge Congressional Leaders to Find Compromise On Stimulus Spending to Help Struggling Cities and Towns

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CHICAGO, September 23, 2020 — 150 mayors are urging Congressional leaders to reach a compromise on a new COVID-19 package to provide urgently needed financial relief to cities and towns that have borne the brunt of the impact from the COVID-19 pandemic. The mayors conveyed a simple message: “pass a COVID relief package that provides meaningful support for communities struggling …

Tribune150 U.S. Mayors Urge Congressional Leaders to Find Compromise On Stimulus Spending to Help Struggling Cities and Towns