We Got Drunk With Trump Supporters — In Brooklyn

While President Trump is generally despised in New York City, there’s a solid sliver of support for him in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn— a tightknit, blue-collar, mostly white neighborhood where we spent the day drinking with locals.

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How Rudy Giuliani Went Off The Rails: The Impeachment Show (Full Episode)

VICE News host Michael Moynihan gets drunk with Trump supporters in Brooklyn, finds out what happened to Rudy Giuliani, and asks Jane Fonda about the trap she set for Donald Trump.

8:00 — All roads lead to, from or through Rudy Giuliani. We chased down his former spokesman, Ken Frydman, to ask a central question: what the hell happened to Rudy?

13:11 — Congressman Eric Swalwell is the long-shot presidential candidate who dropped out of the race in July. Now’s he’s back in Congress — just in time for the impeachment hurricane to make landfall.

19:01 — We talk to Jane Fonda about the trap she set for President Trump

34:42 — We met with the creator of “Impeach the President” to see what he thinks about his song’s newfound popularity.

41:15 — While President Trump is generally despised in New York City, there’s a solid sliver of support for him in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn — a tight-knit, blue-collar, mostly white neighborhood where we spent the day day-drinking with locals.

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Tens of thousands run the New York marathon | AFP

From Staten Island to Brooklyn and Manhattan, tens of thousands of runners from all over the world participate in the 2019 New York marathon.

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Roxane Gay’s Book Club: ‘Red at the Bone’ Is Just Like the Movie ‘Speed’ (Extended Cut)

This time, the “Bad Feminist” author is joined by Elizabeth Acevedo, author of the award-winning YA novel “The Poet X”; Morgan Jerkins, journalist and best-selling author of “This Will Be My Undoing”; and Josh Gondelman, comedian and writer for “Desus & Mero” and author of “Nice Try.”

“Red at the Bone” is the second adult novel for Woodson, who made her name as a YA writer. Set in Brooklyn, it spans several generations of an African-American family, touching on issues of class, parenthood, race, and community. Gay called the book “stunningly written” and praised it for its prose and lush descriptions, but she said she felt like “there were 100 pages missing.”

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AP Top Stories October 12 P

Here’s a look at the top stories for Saturday, Oct. 12th: Tokyo area shuts down as typhoon lashes Japan; Gunman opens fire at church wedding; Four dead, three hurt in shooting in Brooklyn; Unseen orientalist collection goes on show for first time.

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In Brooklyn catacombs, classical music rises among the dead | AFP

Deep in one of New York’s most prestigious cemeteries the eerie vibrations of a string concerto ricochet off catacomb walls, a seance of sorts invigorating the spirit of classical music. Curator Andrew Ousley presents the cheekily named “Death of Classical” concert series at the Brooklyn historic site.

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Today in History for September 24th

Highlights of this day in history: Patricia Hearst gets prison time; Author F. Scott Fitzgerald born; ’60 Minutes’ premieres; Baseball’s Dodgers play last Brooklyn game; Muppets creator Jim Henson born; Children’s author Dr. Seuss dies. (Sept. 24)

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New York City students prepare for global climate strike | AFP

Student gather in Brooklyn to prepare art work and banners for this Friday’s (September 20th) global climate strike, hoping to prove they “aren’t going to back down”.

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Brandon Maxwell gets emotional after a huge year of fashion

Debuting a spring 2020 ready-to-wear collection that included denim and menswear, Brandon Maxwell, created a fashion show about everything he loves. Shown in Brooklyn during a condensed New York fashion week, Maxwell got emotional thinking about all those that support him. (Sept. 8)

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R. Kelly denied bail in NY

R&B singer R. Kelly was denied bail Friday in New York on federal charges he sexually abused women and girls. The 52-year-old Kelly pleaded not guilty to racketeering charges in a Brooklyn courtroom packed with his supporters. (August 2)

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Parts of NYC deal with heat wave power outages

Power has been restored to 13,000 customers in Brooklyn, but around 40,000 others across New York City are still without power early Monday as temperatures remained high overnight and rain clouds loomed over the city. (July 22)

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El Chapo Is Sentenced to Life in Prison

El Chapo is going away for life — and he’s not happy about it.

The Sinaloa cartel boss, born Joaquín Guzmán-Loera, was sentenced to life in prison with no chance for parole Wednesday. In a packed hearing in the same Brooklyn courtroom where he was convicted on a 10-count indictment earlier this year, the kingpin said his trial was unjust, pointing to allegations of juror misconduct reported by VICE News after his conviction.

The hearing was almost certainly Chapo’s final moment in public, and he used it to speak his mind. Referring to the alleged misconduct, Chapo told the judge, speaking in Spanish through a translator: “In response, you decided to do nothing. You didn’t want to question not even one member one of the jury to determine if I received justice.”

Chapo’s epic three-month trial ended February 12 with a unanimous guilty verdict and featured testimony from more than a dozen former high-ranking cartel members, but the 62-year-old drug lord decided not to take the stand in his own defense. His remarks Wednesday were the first time he has spoken at length since a videotaped interview with Rolling Stone in 2016. He appeared in court Wednesday sporting a tidy salt-and-pepper mustache, and he blew kisses to his wife in the courtroom gallery throughout the hearing.

Judge Brian Cogan, who presided over Chapo’s trial, handed down the life sentence — plus 30 years to be served concurrently — which was mandatory under the law due to Chapo’s conviction for leading an organized crime group.

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‘El Chapo’ Guzman sentenced to life in US prison

The notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has been sentenced to life behind bars in a U.S. prison. A federal judge in Brooklyn handed down the sentence Wednesday. (July 17)

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Victims relieved self-help guru was found guilty

Former members of a self-help group along with the mother of one of the leaders devotees reacted to the guilt verdict Wednesday outside the courthouse in Brooklyn. A jury took less than five hours to find Keith Raniere guilty on all counts.(June 19)

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‘We don’t carry guns’: America’s ‘first Muslim patrol’ becomes Brooklyn’s new eyes & ears

They’re not cops or armed vigilantes, but Brooklyn’s new ‘Muslim patrol’ hopes to work with police to help make their neighborhood more Muslim-friendly. RT’s Caleb Maupin joined the patrol on its beat.

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Black Game of Thrones Fans Have Built Their Own Universe Around Westeros (HBO)

On Sunday night a record 17 million people tuned in for the premiere of Game of Thrones’s eighth and final season, making it one of the last examples of a collective viewing experience in American culture. And while we all enjoy the same show about feuding kingdoms and flying dragons, black fans have built their own universe out of Westeros.

They’ve taken a show with more magical creatures than recurring characters of color, and have somehow turned it into something unapologetically black.

Rod Morrow and his wife, Karen, are the hosts of the podcast called “The Black Guy Who Tips,” and they’ve popularized the hashtag #DemThrones, where black viewers put their own lens on the shows dramatic twists and turns.

“Moments that resonate with black people I think are a little bit different than just the major moments of the series,” Morrow said. The hashtag has everything from explicit, black humor to deep analyses of elements of race, class, and enslavement in the show.

VICE News went to Charlotte, North Carolina to watch “The Black Guy Who Tips” in action and then attended a premiere night cookout in Brooklyn.

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Young sexual assault survivor seeks peace, healing

In Brooklyn, an 18-year-old woman seeks peace and healing after the trauma of sexual assault, attending a twice-weekly program called “Sisters in Strength,” and practicing meditation. The arrest of R&B singer R. Kelly on charges of sexually abusing girls as young as 13 has focused the lens of the #MeToo movement on underage victims and girls of color. (AP Video/Wong Maye-E, Samantha Shotzbarger)

YouTube headline: A Circle of Healing for ‘Sisters in Strength’

YouTube description: In Brooklyn, young women who’ve faced sexual violence and their supporters gather twice a week to help each other recover and move ahead through education and exercises like the “circle.” The arrest of R&B singer R. Kelly on charges of sexually abusing girls as young as 13 has focused the lens of the #MeToo movement on underage victims and girls of color. (AP Video/Wong Maye-E, Samantha Shotzbarger)

El Chapo jury deliberates for 3rd day

Jurors in Brooklyn, New York deliberated for a third day at the U.S. trial of the notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Guzman could get life in prison if convicted on multiple drug-trafficking charges. (Feb. 7)

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El Chapo and his ‘Narcos’ counterpart cross paths in court

The actor who plays Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman in the Netflix hit “Narcos: Mexico” made an appearance in a federal courtroom in Brooklyn on Monday, taking advantage of an unusual opportunity to study his character in real life.

FDNY firefighter dies after fall from bridge

(7 Jan 2019) A New York City firefighter responding to a car accident in Brooklyn fell from an overpass and later died at a hospital. The firefighter was responding to the scene of a two-car accident with injuries on Sunday night. (Jan. 7)

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