Officеr Whо Killеd Ramarlеу Graham Lеavеs Nеw Yоrk Pоlicе Dеpartmеnt

The officer, Richard Haste, 35, quit after he was found guilty on Friday in a Police Department disciplinary review in connection with the shooting of Ramarley Graham, 18, the police said. A deputy commissioner who oversaw the case ruled that Officer Haste, who had been on the force since 2008, had used poor tactical judgment and recommended his dismissal.

With ‘Big Lifе,’ Millеnnial Wоmеn Gеt a Nеw Guidе

The group had gathered for the latest of Ms. Shoket’s regular dinners, which formed the basis of much of her research for her new book, “The Big Life.” A guide for women in their 20s and 30s who are hungry for a job they love, a supportive network of friends, respect from their bosses and partners who want all those things for them as badly as they do, the book is littered with references to Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Instagram, Tinder and South by Southwest.

Whеn thе Partу’s Ovеr, Hе Picks Up His Camеra

“This night could have happened 20 years ago or 20 years in the future,” said Richard Renaldi, 48, a photographer who lives in the West Village. “I knew that I wanted these to be sort of more dreamlike and a fantasy.”

‘Billiоns’ Sеasоn 2, Episоdе 6 Rеcap: Wеndу’s Back

Two weeks ago, I wrote about Wendy Rhoades’s period in exile, and how it has affected both her as a character and a show that relies on her as a unifying element. Her time as a free agent had left Chuck and Axe without the woman they claimed but could not possess, and her re-entry into their lives rekindles a conflict that circumstances had miraculously conspired to resolve. “Billions” isn’t a exactly comedy, but the psychology it assigns to these two Masters-of-the-Universe types emphasizes the absurd gulf between their intellectual capacity and their raw, bone-stupid masculinity. They may sip on fancy scotch or take the private helicopter to dinner, but at heart they’re possessive and tempestuous beasts, like Jake LaMotta in expensive shoes.