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Shellyne Rodriguez threatened New York Post reporter Reuven Fenton after he inquired about a viral video she appeared in.
“I judge a person based on their character. I’m not a white supremacist," said Daniel Penny, a Marine veteran who put Neely in a fatal chokehold on May 1.
Daniel Gill says the former New York City mayor spun a deceptive tale of political violence from an act of harmless heckling.
A judge authorized Daniel Penny’s release on bond and ordered him to surrender his passport and not to leave New York without approval.
Jordan Neely told New York City subway riders he was hungry and thirsty and didn't care about going to jail. Instead of being helped, he was choked to death.
Daniel Penny, a Marine veteran who placed Neely in a fatal chokehold on a New York subway, was asked to surrender by authorities, according to multiple reports.
The mayor's executive order suspends longstanding shelter guarantees for families with children as the city braces for an influx of migrants.
The “Princess Bride” actor scolded Hollywood bigwigs as he demonstrated in support of the Writers Guild of America.
Daniel Penny "knew nothing about Jordan’s history when he intentionally wrapped his arms around Jordan’s neck, and squeezed and kept squeezing.”
Attorneys for Daniel Penny, a Marine veteran who put Neely in a lethal chokehold on the train, called it a "tragic incident."