A decade after winning his maiden major title in the US Open, Rory McIlroy arrives at Torrey Pines seeking the same “indifferent” attitude behind his breakthrough success.McIlroy stormed to an eight-shot victory at Congressional in 2011, just two months after blowing a four-stroke lead in the Masters following a final round of 80 at Augusta National.
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World number two Justin Thomas plans to take it easy on himself as he bids to win a second major title at the US Open.Thomas won the Players Championship in March but has failed to record a top-10 finish since and missed the cut in last month’s US PGA Championship, the event he won at Quail Hollow in 2017.
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Republican Andrew Giuliani, son of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, announced he will be running for New York governor in 2022 while sounding off on current NY governor Andrew Cuomo. CNN’s Brianna Keilar rolls the tape.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will receive more than $5 million from his book about leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic, tax records show, a considerable sum for a project under scrutiny by the state attorney general’s office.
CNN political commentator SE Cupp explains her new op-ed comparing former President Donald Trump and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s response to investigations, specifically a pair of independent investigations into allegations that Gov. Cuomo sexually harassed or behaved inappropriately toward several women. Gov. Cuomo has not commented about either investigation, except to ask for the public to wait for their conclusions before passing judgment on him.
The big screen adaptation of Miranda's Broadway stage musical of the same name is set in the Washington Heights neighbourhood of New York City, and drew praise for depicting its Latino population - but also criticism for the lack of Afro-Latino characters.
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The New York attorney general’s office is conducting a criminal tax investigation into top Trump Organization officer Allen Weisselberg and he could faces charges as early as this summer, according to the New York Times.
A New York judge has approved disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's extradition to California, where he faces additional sexual assault charges. Judge Kenneth Case said there was no reason to delay Weinstein's transfer any longer, denying his lawyer's request to keep him at a state prison near Buffalo — where he is serving a 23-year sentence for a rape conviction last year — until the start of jury selection in the Los Angeles case.Los Angeles authorities plan to collect Weinstein, 69, from the Wende Correctional Facility in Alden, New York, at the end of June or in early July, prosecutors said at Tuesday's extradition hearing in Buffalo, giving Weinstein's lawyer time to appeal against Judge Case's decision.
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The New York attorney general’s office has opened a criminal tax investigation into top Trump Organization officer Allen Weisselberg, increasing the legal pressure on the long-time aide to former President Donald Trump, people familiar with the investigation say. CNN’s Jessica Schneider reports prosecutors are hoping to find leverage that could sway him into cooperating with authorities.