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Ex-Jet Michael Faulkner drops out of NYC mayor race

Republican Michel Faulkner is dropping out of the race for mayor — but will run for city controller instead, he pronounced Sunday. Faulkner, a former New York Jet and now a Harlem minister, launched a long-shot bid to better Mayor de Blasio some-more than two years before the 2017 election. He now says he’s abandoning that bid, which has lifted …

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French election a feat for hope, better for Trumpism, Putinism

There was a clever clarity of wish among the large throng outward the Louvre, where Emmanuel Macron spoke Sunday night after his landslide feat over worried jingoist Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election. The 39-year-old centrist’s amalgam of positions binds the intensity for radically reshaping the angry, polarized, stalled politics of uneasy democracies like the U.S., Britain and …

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Georgia policeman accused of exposing himself at Atlanta park

One of Georgia’s top cops was destitute after exposing himself at an Atlanta park on Saturday night, according to internal reports Sunday. Police pronounced DeKalb County Sheriff Jeffrey Mann bolted when confronted by a bike cop in Piedmont Park, according to an occurrence report obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Mann allegedly unprotected his genitals while walking toward an officer, not …

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Hate pitch Pepe the Frog is dead, says submissive creator

The internet’s many extremist frog has croaked. Innocuous cartoon incited co-opted loathing pitch Pepe the Frog is dead, according to his submissive creator — laying to rest months of the grinning amphibian adorning alt-right and anti-Semitic memes. Creator Matt Furie announced the black passing in a strip for Free Comic Book Day, drawing the sly, simpering frog in an open …

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Murder charges don’t mostly hang for torpedo cops like Roy Oliver

Authorities charged Officer Roy Oliver with murder reduction than a week after he fatally shot unarmed teen Jordan Edwards in Texas — but new story shows such charges don’t mostly hang for torpedo cops like him. The white officer was axed by the Balch Springs police dialect and incited himself in Friday night, days after he non-stop fire on Edwards’ …

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Suspect passed after Buffalo police officer was struck in shooting

A Buffalo cop was shot Sunday following a traffic stop, and one think is dead, officials said. The officer was shot in the conduct nearby Garfield St. and Hartman Place in Riverside shortly after 5 p.m., Buffalo police said. Officers intent in a onslaught with the think at a traffic stop, ensuing in one officer getting shot. A second officer …

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Teacher allows students to hit pinata with Trump photo on it

JOHNSTOWN, Colo. — School officials in Colorado are questioning allegations that a high school Spanish teacher allowed students to hit a piñata with a picture of President Trump on it during a Cinco de Mayo celebration. KCNC-TV reported Sunday that Johnstown Milliken School District Superintendent Martin Foster pronounced the occurrence allegedly occurred on the grounds of Roosevelt High School in …

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Ark. lady arrested after allegedly sharpened teen

An Arkansas lady was arrested for aggravated attack after allegedly sharpened at a teen she accused of sexually assaulting her neighbor’s dog, according to justice documents. Kerrie Lenkerd told Centerton police on Apr 17 that she saw the 14-year-old from her window sexually assaulting the dog. Enraged, she grabbed her handgun and confronted him, Arkansas Online reported. Lenkerd told police …

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Army maestro accused in dog death found passed in North Carolina

An Army maestro accused of killing her dog in North Carolina was found passed early Sunday and police are questioning the death as a probable suicide. Marinna Rollins, 23, was out on bail for animal cruelty charges filed in Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office in April. The retired veteran’s friends found Rollins’ physique in her unit around 3 a.m. in Fayetteville, …

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Cop fired in death of Jordan Edwards was famous for ‘short fuse’

The father of slain 15-year-old Jordan Edwards is suing former Balch Springs police officer Roy Oliver and the suburban Dallas police force that fired him, claiming the cop was famous for a “short fuse.” The prejudicial death fit filed Friday on interest of Jordan’s father, Odell Edwards, accuses the Balch Springs Police Department of unwell to manipulate and scrupulously fortify …

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