Photo by Michael Fleshman The citizens of Ferguson, Missouri, deserve better than Al Sharpton. A world-class scumbag with criminally under-acknowledged ties to the mafia, the FBI, Rudy Giuliani, Nixon administration shysters, corrupt...Show More Summary
AP Law Blog rounds up the morning's news: Sharing More Than a Party: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has had a lot in common with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani for a long time—two Northeast Republicans known for their tough talk, Italian-American roots and taste for the national spotlight. Show More Summary
Former mayor Rudy Giuliani tried to scrub New York City clean in the 1990s, but nostalgia for notoriously gritty New York in the ‘70s and ‘80s remains at an all-time high. An exhibition at … Read More
The Fort Greene block delimited by Clermont, Vanderbilt, Lafayette, and Greene avenues is well known for two things: the 85 year old campus of Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School that graduated Rudy Giuliani about 20 years before expelling Biggie Smalls, as well as the newer, wildly popular phenomenon, the Brooklyn Flea. Show More Summary
Mayor de Blasio made a “big mistake” when he let the Rev. Al Sharpton rip into the NYPD at a City Hall roundtable, Rudy Giuliani said Friday.
On Fox News Wednesday, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) unloaded on former president Jimmy Carter for a recent op-ed he wrote.
The wildly controversial "Ground Zero mosque"—a proposed Islam community center that, in 2010, attracted the ire of politicos like Newt Gingrich and Rudy Giuliani—is back, and French starchitect Jean Nouvel has been tapped by developers to build it. It's a...
Mr. "Noun-a-Verb-and-9-11" Rudy Giuliani seems to have a bit of selective amnesia when it comes to the topic of his so-called "leadership skills" and how he handled the aftermath of the attacks in New York City over a decade ago. Giuliani...Show More Summary
In the thirteen months directly prior to kicking off his Republican presidential campaign in February 2007, Rudy Giuliani earned more than $11 million dollars giving paid speeches. The former New York City Mayor, who was thrust intoShow More Summary
The ridesharing app’s drivers have variously been accused of rape, kidnapping, and abuse. Now it’s bringing in the former New York City mayor to audit its background check process.
On-demand car service and logistics company Uber has retained former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani to conduct an audit on its driver background check process. Recently, some of Uber's drivers have stirred up negative press with stories of passengers being kidnapped and causing accidents. Show More Summary
After the attacks of September 11, 2001, New York's Rudolph Giuliani became "America's Mayor," mobilizing his city and standing as a defiant foe of the forces of terrorism. Then, after the devastating force in the New York area of superstorm...Show More Summary
Former NYC Mayor and failed GOP presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani attacked President prior to his announcement that he was accepting Sec. Eric Shinseki's resignation for his failure to lead, and trotted out every single one of the...Show More Summary
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani couldn’t stop himself from laughing when he told Bill Hemmer on America’s Newsroom, “He’s not cut out to be an executive. He doesn’t have either the background or experience or the natural skills … Continue reading ?
Well, looks like Rudy Giuliani was right: Mayor Bill de Blasio is totally bringing back the bad, old days. Because he's apparently looking to overturn the city's ban on ferrets. [ more › ]
The 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York held its ceremonial opening today, and guests including President Obama, New York City mayor De Blasio, and former mayor Rudy Giuliani spoke to commemorate the ground zero exhibit. The new, underground...Show More Summary
Rudy Giuliani isn’t ruling out running for higher office again.
Andrew Kirtzman, journalist and author of Betrayal: The Life and Lies of Bernie Madoff and Rudy Giuliani: Emperor of the City, served as a political reporter and anchor for six year at WCBS-TV in New York City until 2008. He hosted the popular Sunday morning political show Kirtzman & Co and won an Emmy award for his weekly on-air column, […]
Dominic Lawson hits the nail on the head with his assessment of Vladimir Putin in The Sunday Times. The Russian President may have his admirers like Nigel Farage or Rudy Giuliani, but he is no statesman or visionary and the comparison with Mexico is very apt. Show More Summary