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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Paul Browne
Before his now-infamous tangle with a Bronx Zoo tiger, David Villalobos adorned his Facebook page with New Age odes to Mother Earth and affirmations such as "Be love and fearless."
The New York Police Department targeted Muslim mosques with tactics normally reserved for criminal organizations, according to newly obtained police documents that showed police collecting the license plates of worshippers, monitoring them on surveillance cameras and cataloging sermons through a network of informants.
Documents obtained by the Associated Press reveal how the NYPD's intelligence division focused far beyond New York City as part of a surveillance program targeting Muslims.
As Deloris Gillespie, carrying groceries, went up the elevator to her fifth-floor Brooklyn apartment, a man was waiting. Surveillance video shows him looking like an exterminator, with a canister sprayer, white gloves and a dust mask perched atop his head.
As Deloris Gillespie went up the elevator to her fifth-floor Brooklyn apartment, carrying groceries, a man was waiting. His face was one her neighbors later recognized, and that she surely must have.
A man smelling of gasoline walked into a police station overnight and implicated himself in the death of a woman set on fire in the elevator of her apartment building, police said Sunday.
Academy Award-winning songwriter Joseph Brooks was found dead Sunday of an apparent suicide in his Manhattan apartment, police said.
Joseph Brooks, the Academy Award-winning songwriter of "You Light Up My Life" who was awaiting trial on charges of sexually assaulting more than a dozen women, was found dead Sunday of an apparent suicide in his Manhattan apartment, police said.
Rudy Giuliani's daughter was arrested Wednesday on a misdemeanor shoplifting charge at a cosmetics store after she was seen on security video pocketing makeup, police said.
University spokesman Paul Browne said the case is fundamentally about the mandate's unconstitutional impingement on religious liberty, "and only incidentally about contraceptive services."
"If government is allowed to entangle a religious institution in one area contrary to conscience, it's given license to do so in others," he said.