Bratton Says NYPD Officers’ Protest of De Blasio ‘Inappropriate’

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New York City police officers were wrong to turn their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio yesterday as he spoke at the funeral for a slain officer, Police Commissioner William Bratton and former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said. “I certainly don’t support that action yesterday,” Bratton said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” program. “It was very inappropriate at that event.” Bratton and de Blasio joined Vice President Joe Biden and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in eulogizing Officer Rafael Ramos, who was…

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Americans consider possibilities in Cuba - Fort Worth Star Telegram


Fort Worth Star Telegram

Americans consider possibilities in Cuba
Fort Worth Star Telegram
It does, however, give hope to airlines, hotel chains and cruise companies — all which have been quietly watching for a removal of the travel ban — that they soon will be able to bring U.S. tourists to the Caribbean nation. “Cuba is the largest ...
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Bratton Says NYPD Officers’ Protest of De Blasio ‘Inappropriate’

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New York City police officers were wrong to turn their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio yesterday as he spoke at the funeral for a slain officer, Police Commissioner William Bratton and former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said. “I certainly don’t support that action yesterday,” Bratton said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” program. “It was very inappropriate at that event.” Bratton and de Blasio joined Vice President Joe Biden and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in eulogizing Officer Rafael Ramos, who was…

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Americans consider possibilities in Cuba - Fort Worth Star Telegram


Fort Worth Star Telegram

Americans consider possibilities in Cuba
Fort Worth Star Telegram
It does, however, give hope to airlines, hotel chains and cruise companies — all which have been quietly watching for a removal of the travel ban — that they soon will be able to bring U.S. tourists to the Caribbean nation. “Cuba is the largest ...
Cuba: Challenges and chances for the CaribbeanAntillean Media Group
Carnival's outlook for normalized relations with Cuba? Caliente!Charleston Post Courier
Yankee Notebook: Waging baseball diplomacyBarre Montpelier Times Argus
Valdosta Daily Times -The Idaho Statesman
all 710 news articles »

Bratton Says NYPD Officers’ Protest of De Blasio ‘Inappropriate’

admin

New York City police officers were wrong to turn their backs on Mayor Bill de Blasio yesterday as he spoke at the funeral for a slain officer, Police Commissioner William Bratton and former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said. “I certainly don’t support that action yesterday,” Bratton said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” program. “It was very inappropriate at that event.” Bratton and de Blasio joined Vice President Joe Biden and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in eulogizing Officer Rafael Ramos, who was…

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Americans consider possibilities in Cuba - Fort Worth Star Telegram


Fort Worth Star Telegram

Americans consider possibilities in Cuba
Fort Worth Star Telegram
It does, however, give hope to airlines, hotel chains and cruise companies — all which have been quietly watching for a removal of the travel ban — that they soon will be able to bring U.S. tourists to the Caribbean nation. “Cuba is the largest ...
Cuba: Challenges and chances for the CaribbeanAntillean Media Group
Carnival's outlook for normalized relations with Cuba? Caliente!Charleston Post Courier
Yankee Notebook: Waging baseball diplomacyBarre Montpelier Times Argus
Valdosta Daily Times -The Idaho Statesman
all 710 news articles »