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    Occupying a sprawling network of Cold War-era bunkers, connected by mile after mile of dimly lit passageways, the remnants of Ukraine’s 36th Marine Brigade prepare to mount a desperate last stand. Pale, unshaven, exhausted after seven weeks of non-stop combat that has reduced the surrounding city of Mariupol to smoking ruins, they find themselves in a perilous position: outgunned, outnumbered and completely surrounded. Maybe a third of their brothers-in-arms have already been killed or wounded, with roughly the same number taken captive by the Russians whose advance they so far have managed, against extraordinary odds, to frustrate. Food, water and ammunition are running scarce. The chances seem insurmountable. The situation hopeless. Yet they refuse to surrender. ‘We are the protectors of Ukraine in Mariupol, the 36th Marine Brigade, who will protect this city to the end,’ was how one of the 1,500 or so surviving fighters put it, in a video message this week. Occupying a sprawling network of Cold War-era bunkers, connected by mile after mile of dimly lit passageways, the remnants of Ukraine’s 36th Marine Brigade prepare to...
    Share this: New data from the final quarter of 2021 confirms that 2021 was the deadliest year on New York City streets since 2013. With 73 fatalities between October and December, crashes killed 273 people total in 2021, a 33 percent increase over 2018, the safest year in New York City’s recent history. From 2014 to 2021, crashes killed 1,885 people across the five boroughs. “We cannot let another year go by with traffic violence killing a record number of New Yorkers,” said Danny Harris, Executive Director of Transportation Alternatives. “Unfortunately just this past week, drivers have killed pedestrians in Manhattan and teenagers in Brooklyn and Queens. Our leaders must use every tool available to address this preventable public health crisis. We are  encouraged by Mayor Adams and Commissioner Rodriguez’s commitments to redesign intersections and upgrade protected bike lanes because Vision Zero at its core must focus on street design. We must also permanently fix dangerous corridors, expand automated enforcement, and create more car-free spaces as we envision in NYC 25×25. Alongside efforts at the local level, this year...
    Getty New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh and general manager Joe Douglas chatting it up during training camp. In most NFL trades there is a clear winner and a clear loser. Whenever New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas is involved, he usually comes out on the right side of history. That wasn’t ever clearer than when he answered the phone when the Seattle Seahawks called back in 2019. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! This Trade Will Live Forever in History Play THE HERD | Colin "reacts" Pete Carroll defends "terrific trade" for Jamal AdamsTHE HERD | Colin "reacts" Pete Carroll defends "terrific trade" for Jamal Adams2021-12-09T17:36:50Z Kristopher Knox wrote a column for Bleacher Report documenting the worst NFL trades of the last decade and the Jets were involved with the No. 1 deal on the list. Thankfully they were on the right side of history. Jets received: 2021 first-rounder (Alijah Vera-Tucker) 2021 third-rounder (used in the trade up...
    NYC mayor-elect made a dig at outgoing Bill de Blasio by vowing to 'get stuff done' while in office - including bringing back a plain-clothes police unit.    Eric Adams, 61, a former NYPD officer, said his first 100 days in office would focus on crime, from revamping the controversial plainclothes anti-crime unit to addressing the crisis at the Rikers jail complex. 'I am not going to be a philosophical mayor,' Adams told MSNBC, taking a jab at outgoing Mayor Bill de Blasio.  'I'm going to be a mayor that's going to be a G.S.D. mayor, 'get stuff done.''  Eric Adams, New York City's mayor-elect, vowed to stomp out crime in his first 100 days Adams said he would bring back the city's controversial plainclothes unit, which was disbanded in 2020 amid the Black Lives Matter movement The NYPD's plainclothes unit, which at its peak had 600 officers, was disbanded in June 2020 by de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea, as calls to defund the police swept the nation in the wake of the George Floyd shooting.  De Blasio...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It’s down to the wire in the New York City mayoral race. Democrat Eric Adams and Republican Curtis Sliwa barnstormed the five boroughs on Monday, holding get-out-the-vote rallies and trying to drum up enthusiasm after early voting produced an anemic response. READ MORE: Mayor Bill De Blasio Files Paperwork To Potentially Run For GovernorSince an alarmingly low number of city residents took advantage of early voting — about 3.4%, about 1 in 30 people — it seems like the candidates are willing to do almost anything to grab the attention of voters. Adams held rallies all over the city, and Sliwa made a surprising and provocative campaign promise. Hats off to Sliwa. The mayoral contender made a decidedly unusual campaign promise before voters go to the polls Tuesday to choose a new chief executive. “If I’m lucky enough to become mayor, the beret goes,” Sliwa said. READ MORE: Candidate Conversations: Curtis Sliwa Since Sliwa has worn the red beret for 42 years — since founding the Guardian Angels in 1979 — it was a stunning example of...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Campaign events continue for one final day before Election Day in the race for mayor of New York City.Curtis Sliwa, the Republican long shot, looked healthy on Sunday after getting hit by a car on Friday.He campaigned with anti-mandate protestors on Staten Island before also visiting police and firefighters in Manhattan.Democrat Eric Adams was out on the trail this weekend too, rallying supporters.Voters tell Eyewitness News that crime and public safety are major issues.Both candidates want to empower the police. Adams said he'd bring back a toned-down version of Stop and Frisk. He calls it Stop, Question, and Frisk.Sliwa wants to hire thousands of more cops.Voters make their choice Tuesday."My next candidate will definitely be someone who cuts down on crime and makes the streets safe for everybody," one voter said."I need someone who is tough and someone who fights crime and he's the right man," another voter said. "Who's he?" Eyewitness News asked. "Sliwa," the voter said.If Adams wins Tuesday, his plans to step up arrests may run into a roadblock if Alvin Bragg,...
    Getty Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers celebrates with teammate Davante Adams after a touchdown reception. In what was very likely a comment on their future together, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his All-Pro wide receiver Davante Adams posted the same photo on their Instagram stories: an image photo of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, a reference to the documentary “The Last Dance.” The simultaneous photo share left fans and analysts alike wondering if the dynamic duo were returning for one final season in Green Bay (that’s the likeliest and most commonly believed scenario), or whether the photo meant their playing days together were already done. It was a cryptic reference, in a sense, but it set social media on fire regardless. Former Chicago Bulls general manager Jerry Krause didn’t come off in a flattering light in “The Last Dance,” and Rodgers was reported to have referred to Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst as “Jerry Krause” in a group text messages with some of his Packers teammates. While Rodgers seems to see a great deal...
    Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams posted cryptic messages to their social media accounts Friday evening, the same day that reports revealed a breakdown in negotiations between the Green Bay Packers and the star wideout.  Rodgers and Adams ominously both posted the same picture from "The Last Dance" to their Instagram stories. The iconic image shows Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen exchanging fistbumps in what would be their final season with the Chicago Bulls. PACKERS, DAVANTE ADAMS BREAK OFF LONG-TERM EXTENSION TALKS: REPORT There’s a lot to unpack there.  Is Rodgers confirming he’ll return to Green Bay for one "Last Dance" or are he and Adams saying they’ve already played their final game for the Packers? Who knows, but the timing of the post could hint at the latter of the two. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Sources told the NFL Network on Friday that contract talks between Adams and the Packers regarding a long-term extension have broken off after months of negotiating. Adams, who is set to be a free agent after the 2021 season, is looking...
    Green Bay Packers fans were given quite the scare seeing the Instagram stories of Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams. The Green Bay Packers fan base is not having the greatest time heading into training camp. First of all, they are unsure when or if quarterback Aaron Rodgers will report to the team, due to his beef with the organization. Then on Friday, reports indicated that wide receiver Davante Adams and the Packers broke off long-term contract extension negotiations, noting that they are “in a bad place.” In the hours after that report, Rodgers and Adams broke the internet with their identical Instagram story posts. The quarterback and wide receiver posted the exact same photo of Chicago Bulls legends Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, potentially hinting at a “last dance.” Both Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams shared the same image to their IG story ???? @brgridiron pic.twitter.com/y7NvymhsA7 — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 24, 2021 Packers: Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams hinting at a ‘Last Dance’Certainly not the thing Packers fans needed to see on their social media feeds on Saturday morning....
    The 25 most memorable TV cops of all time 9 Overlooked Expenses That Ruin Your Budget © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and wide receiver Davante Adams could easily clear up exactly what their intentions are for their futures in Green Bay by using their words on social media. Instead they’ve chosen to use pictures and leave the situation up for interpretation. Both Rodgers and Adams posted a picture of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen on Instagram on Friday night, leading to a great deal of speculation about what, exactly, they were referencing. Perhaps they meant they’ll both be back in Green Bay in 2021, but they’ll both be elsewhere in 2022. That would fit with the fact that Jordan and Pippen’s last season with the Chicago Bulls was chronicled last year in the widely viewed documentary, The Last Dance. Or perhaps by referencing The Last Dance they were suggesting that they’ve already had their last dance together, and Rodgers is preparing to announce his retirement....
    More from: Michael Goodwin Eric Adams is our shot to restore order in NYC: Goodwin Vote how everyday New Yorkers feel: Goodwin My Top 10 media lies: Goodwin It’d be a crime if NYCs next mayor is not the anti-de Blasio: Goodwin A battle over the future of truth in news: Goodwin It is said that if you are a hammer, the whole world is a nail. So it is with Joe Biden’s dream of making another nuclear deal with Iran.  Anything that looks like a serious hurdle to ordinary eyes is, to Biden, an invitation in disguise. Even the election of a hardliner as Iran’s president, a man accused of playing a major role in the mass execution of political opponents three decades ago, is said to be a good sign that a deal is within reach.  If this sounds crazy, welcome to the upside-down world of the president’s foreign policy. When the goal is to do the opposite of whatever Donald Trump did, only a Never Trumper can understand the logic.  That describes the New York Times...
    More On: NYC Mayoral Election 2021 Andrew Yang didn’t bother ranking Eric Adams on his mayoral ballot Democratic hopefuls barnstorm across NYC with primary hours away ‘Progressive’ Maya Wiley is anything but NYC violence can only be stopped by a mayor willing to take the right steps Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams is the top choice of a plurality of voters in New York City’s mayoral race, but the former NYPD captain is not a popular second and third pick, according to a new poll released hours before Tuesday’s primary. The survey from Democratic firm Data for Progress conducted between June 18 and 20 puts Adams as the first choice of 26 percent of likely voters, followed by former City Hall lawyer Maya Wiley (21 percent), former Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia (18 percent) and Andrew Yang (12 percent). Comptroller Scott Stringer rounds out the top five with five percent support, while six percent of voters remain undecided. With undecided voters excluded, each of the top three candidates receives a two-percentage point bump. Adams goes to 28 percent, Wiley remains...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The race to become the next mayor of New York City is in the home stretch. With early voting over, candidates only have hours left to make their final pitch. READ MORE: NYPD Searching For Suspects After Eric Adams Campaign Volunteer Stabbed In The Bronx As CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports, mayoral candidate Andrew Yang is hoping to spur momentum in his campaign by visiting every borough. “It’s crunch time everyone. Everything comes down to what happens in the next 36 hours,” Yang said Monday. “Every waking minute between now and when the polls close tomorrow night we have to knock on doors. We have to get out the vote.” WEB EXTRA: Explanation Of Ranked Choice Voting For the first time in a citywide election, ranked choice voting will be used. In a last-minute push, Yang and Kathryn Garcia campaigned together, asking voters to rank them one and two, in hopes of improving their chances. Mayor Bill de Blasio called the move “overtly opportunistic.” “No one is over 50%, so that means we’ll go through the ranked...
    (CNN)In their final debate before New Yorkers begin early voting on Saturday, five of the leading candidates in the Democratic mayoral primary on Thursday night delivered closing messages to voters and last-ditch attacks on each other.After two previous gatherings that included eight contenders, the smaller stage made for more tense exchanges between rivals who have spent months campaigning for the chance to replace the departing, term-limited Mayor Bill de Blasio. That familiarity bred rounds of contemptuous debate over everything from police reform to the candidates' connection to the city -- literally so in the case of Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who has been accused of lying about where he lives.Adams on Wednesday gave reporters a guided tour of his Brooklyn apartment, while denying suggestions that he spent more time at another residence he shares with his partner in New Jersey. On this night, the first question from the moderator gave each of his competitors a chance to weigh in -- and they lapped it up. These are the New York City mayoral primary candidatesThe candidates were also given an...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There has been a stunning development in the mayor’s race. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams may be leading some recent polls, but he’s ducking out of CBS2’s leading contenders debate. READ MORE: Primary Elections Guide For Voters In New York And New Jersey His opponents charge it’s because he doesn’t want to answer tough questions. However, Adams said there is a more important place he needs to be, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reported Tuesday. It’s a conundrum, the inexplicable riddle of Adams. On the one hand, he complains about not getting enough face time during unwieldy debates with the eight main candidates, but on the other he suddenly balks at the opportunity to take part in a five-person leading contenders debate on CBS2. His opponents were quick to criticize him. “I am completely in the dark as to why a major candidate would not show up for a debate on CBS two days before early voting starts,” candidate Andrew Yang said. “This is the latest sign in a troubling pattern of behavior for Eric Adams, where he...
    STRICTLY pro Oti Mabuse has said the next series will be her last. She is the only dancer to win in consecutive years — with Kelvin Fletcher in 2019 and Bill Bailey last year — after joining in 2015. 6Oti Mabusi has revealed that this will be her last year doing StrictlyCredit: BBC Pictures' Digital Picture Oti said: “I love to dance and love bringing joy to so many people, but I think (this year’s Strictly) will be the last.” She added: “To be part of a show which is so diverse is incredible. It always pushes to open new doors. “We had JJ Chalmers and Will Bayley…it's become a normal thing. “I’m sure they will have a male same-sex couple this year.” 6The 30-year-old first appeared on the hit show in 2015Credit: Rex Most read in News TV'A BLESSING'Travis Barker shares a wild video of Kourtney Kardashian SUCKING his thumbLatest'WE WILL MEET AGAIN'Survivor star Sunday Burquest dead at 50 after battle with cancerHEATING UPKylie Jenner shows off impressive abs in a tiny bikini after Khloe's scandalBIG MOVESTeen Mom Young...
    (CBS4) – A man is scheduled to be sentenced on Friday for shooting a man in Aurora last year and leaving him to die. Steven Young was convicted earlier this month of murdering John Cyprian. (credit: Adams County) Cyprian, 41, was walking along 16th Avenue near Akron Street with a 33-year-old woman named Charly Lewis on June 1 when the crime happened. Young, 45, was driving an SUV and stopped it near the two people and got out. According to the Adams County District Attorney’s Office, he then charged at Cyprian with a gun. READ MORE: Mauricio Eduardo Anchondo-Olivas Convicted Of Killing Former Roommate In Colorado, Gets Life Sentence Young shot Cyprian in the midsection and then took Lewis with him and drove away from the area. READ MORE: Pausing Use Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Impacting Distribution In Rural Colorado Cyprian died after crawling into a field nearby. District Attorney Brian Mason called it a “senseless, gruesome crime.” “I am pleased that justice was served,” Mason said. MORE NEWS: Aurora Police Investigate Hit & Run Involving Pedestrian An Adams...
    RB Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmann revealed that he had to persuade Tyler Adams to stay with the club this past summer as the midfielder considered a potential transfer. Nagelsmann admitted that the U.S. men’s national team star was wondering if his future would best be served elsewhere, but he was convinced to stay after some conversations with his coach. The RB Leipzig boss says he’s thrilled to still have Adams with the club, as he says the American midfielder is growing into a top player. What did Nagelsmann have to say? “In the summer he was dissatisfied,” the RB Leipzig boss said, according to RBLive. “He was wondering whether it would be better for him elsewhere. I was able to persuade him to stay,” He added:”We got together more, also when it comes to the way I think about football.” Adams at RB Leipzig Adams made the move to Germany in 2019, joining RB Leipzig from their sister club, the New York Red Bulls. He’s gone on to make 61 appearances for the club, including 32 throughout this season. Adams’...
    NEWPORT veteran Kevin Ellison screamed in Morecambe manager Derek Adams' face after scoring against the Shrimps on Saturday afternoon. The 42-year-old's nine-year association with Morecambe came to an end last year, after Adams deemed him surplus to requirements. 4Kevin Ellison screamed in his former manager's faceCredit: Huw Evans Picture Agency 4Derek Adams watches on as Ellison rubs in his goalCredit: Huw Evans Picture Agency ???????????????? celebration...Kevin Ellison enjoyed scoring against his former club Morecambe today - getting up close to the home bench ???? pic.twitter.com/BGZ7noosXd— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) March 13, 2021 A stalwart at the Lancashire club, Ellison had even taken temporary charge of the team alongside Barry Roche, following Adams' long-term predecessor Jim Bentley's departure. Having been a regular under Bentley, Ellison would quickly be cast aside by Adams, even being made to train on his own during the second half of last season. So when he came up against Adams and Co for new club Newport, Ellison was extra fired up. Initially a substitute, Ellison entered the action in the 69th minute, with his side leading 2-1...
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