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Ukrainian town of New York comes under Russian assault

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Ukrainian town of New York comes under Russian assault

Ukrainian town of New York comes under Russian assault

The city of New York in Ukraine was bombed by the Russian army and continues to live with.


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Rudy Giuliani Gets Slapped , While Campaigning for His Son. CBS News reports former Mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani was slapped in a supermarket while campaigning for his son. Giuliani says the man who slapped him was an employee of the store who was angry due to the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Authorities say the incident occurred just before 3:30 p.m. at a ShopRite store in Staten Island. Giuliani, 78, said he was slapped so hard that he nearly lost his balance. All of a sudden, I felt this tremendous slap on my back or banging on my back. , Rudy Giuliani, via CBS New York. I didn't know what it was. , Rudy Giuliani, via CBS New York. There were curse words and kinda threats. It seemed to have to do with abortion, you know, with the fact that he thinks women are gonna die. , Rudy Giuliani, via CBS New York. He looked either inebriated or under the influence of drugs, and he wouldn't stop ... , Rudy Giuliani, via CBS New York. ... so a number of the security people came over, they restrained him, and I said call the police. , Rudy Giuliani, via CBS New York. Soon after the alleged altercation, Giuliani's son Andrew, who is campaigning for governor of New York, tweeted, "MAKE NEW YORK SAFE AGAIN!"

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Supreme Court , Throws Out , New York Gun Law. On June 23, the U.S. Supreme Court scrapped a New York law requiring individuals to show "proper cause" in order to obtain a license to carry a firearm outside a home. On June 23, the U.S. Supreme Court scrapped a New York law requiring individuals to show "proper cause" in order to obtain a license to carry a firearm outside a home. 'Newsweek' reports that the 100-year-old law was challenged by the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association and gun owners Brandon Koch and Robert Nash. Koch and Nash reportedly argued that they were denied unrestricted gun licenses by the state due to allegedly failing to meet "proper cause" requirements. All that we decide in this case is that the Second Amendment protects the right of law-abiding people to carry a gun outside the home for self-defense and that the Sullivan Law, which makes that virtually impossible for most New Yorkers, is unconstitutional, Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Justice, via 'Newsweek'. All that we decide in this case is that the Second Amendment protects the right of law-abiding people to carry a gun outside the home for self-defense and that the Sullivan Law, which makes that virtually impossible for most New Yorkers, is unconstitutional, Samuel Alito, Supreme Court Justice, via 'Newsweek'. Justice Stephen Breyer, who dissented from the vote, argued that the requirements for citizens to conceal-carry firearms kept people "safe.". Justice Stephen Breyer, who dissented from the vote, argued that the requirements for citizens to conceal-carry firearms kept people "safe.". Because I cannot agree with the Court's decision to strike New York's law down without allowing for discovery or the development of any evidentiary record, without considering the State's compelling interest in preventing gun violence and protecting the safety of its citizens, and without considering the potentially deadly consequences of its decision, I respectfully dissent, Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court Justice, via 'Newsweek'. Because I cannot agree with the Court's decision to strike New York's law down without allowing for discovery or the development of any evidentiary record, without considering the State's compelling interest in preventing gun violence and protecting the safety of its citizens, and without considering the potentially deadly consequences of its decision, I respectfully dissent, Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court Justice, via 'Newsweek'. New York Governor Kathy Hochul reportedly called the Court's ruling , "frightful in its scope." . The governor added that she will also call upon the state legislature to identify "sensitive locations" to impose new restrictions

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New York Passes Bill , To Raise Age for Buying , or Owning Semi-Automatic Rifles. On June 2, New York's legislature voted to raise the age for buying or possessing a semi-automatic rifle to 21. . NPR reports that the decision marks a major change to state firearm laws that comes less than three weeks after a deadly shooting in a Buffalo supermarket. NPR reports that the decision marks a major change to state firearm laws that comes less than three weeks after a deadly shooting in a Buffalo supermarket. The bill is part of a package of gun control laws announced by Democratic legislative leaders and Gov. Kathy Hochul. Additional measures in the package include restricting civilian purchase of body armor and equipping new guns with microstamping technology to help with tracking. Additional measures in the package include restricting civilian purchase of body armor and equipping new guns with microstamping technology to help with tracking. The bill also requires anyone purchasing a semi-automatic rifle to obtain a license, which is currently only required for handguns. The bill also requires anyone purchasing a semi-automatic rifle to obtain a license, which is currently only required for handguns. It is meant to be a hassle to those folks who might want to get their hands quickly on something with which they could mass murder people, Sen. Gustavo Rivera, a Bronx Democrat, via NPR. The measure would see New York join other states that require gun buyers to be at least 21, including Hawaii, Florida, Illinois and Washington. Lawmakers in New York have also proposed legislation that would expand the list of people who can apply for an extreme risk protection order. This court order temporarily prohibits an individual from purchasing or possessing a firearm if they are believed to be a threat to themselves or others. . Even as we take action to protect New Yorkers, we recognize that this is a nationwide problem. I once again urge Congress to seize this moment and pass meaningful gun violence prevention measures. We have no time to waste, Kathy Hochul, New York Governor, via NPR. Even as we take action to protect New Yorkers, we recognize that this is a nationwide problem. I once again urge Congress to seize this moment and pass meaningful gun violence prevention measures. We have no time to waste, Kathy Hochul, New York Governor, via NPR

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