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May 14, 2000
Given Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's "very, very good friend-ship" with Judith Nathan (May 9), maybe he should be pushing for the Nine Commandments to be posted in New York public schools. JONATHAN AURTHUR Santa Monica
April 25, 2003 | From Times Wire Services
Rudolph W. Giuliani will wed his companion, Judith Nathan, on May 24 in the ex-mayor's old home, Gracie Mansion, and his successor, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, will perform the rite. It will be a first for Bloomberg, who is making an exception from his policy of not performing weddings. Giuliani regularly officiated at weddings while mayor.
June 9, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
The judge hearing Rudolph W. Giuliani's divorce has lifted a ban against the former mayor's two children spending the night at his home whenever his girlfriend is there. State Supreme Court Justice Judith Gische had issued an order in March saying the children were "not psychologically ready" to have overnights with their father that included Judith Nathan. In that order, Gische advised Andrew, 15, and Caroline, 11, to get to know Nathan gradually.
December 1, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
Former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani has popped the question to his companion Judith Nathan. "We are engaged," Giuliani said at a Manhattan book signing. "It was a beautiful thing." Spokeswoman Sunny Mindel said Giuliani proposed Nov. 24 to his companion of more than two years during a trip to Paris. The proposal came five months after the 58-year-old ex-mayor finalized his divorce from Donna Hanover after 20 years of marriage.
May 25, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and his longtime companion tied the knot in a private 15-minute ceremony before 400 guests gathered on the lawn outside Gracie Mansion. Giuliani and Judith Nathan recited wedding vows before Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. The bride's father, Donald Stish Sr., gave her away, while Nathan's daughter, Whitney, was maid of honor. Giuliani's 17-year-old son, Andrew, was best man. Asked before the ceremony whether he was nervous, Giuliani replied, "No, not at all.
March 7, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
A judge overseeing former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani's divorce case ruled that his two children can't stay at his Manhattan residence while his girlfriend is visiting. State Supreme Court Justice Judith Gische said 16-year-old Andrew and 12-year-old Caroline aren't "psychologically ready" to stay overnight when Giuliani's girlfriend, Judith Nathan, 46, is also staying over.
July 6, 2002 | From Associated Press
A panel of judges has rejected a bid to delay the divorce trial of former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani and Donna Hanover, clearing the way for court proceedings to begin next week. In a ruling Friday, the five-judge panel denied a delay sought by Hanover last month. The trial is scheduled for Wednesday. "We're happy we were successful," said Raoul Felder, Giuliani's attorney. "Hopefully we'll settle." Hanover's attorney did not immediately return a call.
November 29, 2007 | From Newsday
Rudolph W. Giuliani's GOP presidential campaign scrambled Wednesday night to deflect a report questioning whether when he was New York's mayor, his office sought to cover up his extramarital affair with Judith Nathan in the Hamptons by charging his security expenses to obscure city agencies. The report on Politico.
January 4, 2002 | From Associated Press
Former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani is joining the lucrative speaking circuit and will command up to $100,000 per engagement by some estimates. Giuliani is represented by the Washington Speakers Bureau, whose clients include Al Gore, Jimmy Carter, Bob Dole and Elizabeth Hanford Dole, along with Giuliani's former police and fire commissioners. Giuliani, who served eight years as mayor, was named Time magazine's person of the year after his stewardship of the grief-torn city following the Sept.
March 6, 2007 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Republican presidential candidate Rudolph W. Giuliani on Monday characterized tension with his son Andrew as a challenge arising from his remarriage and said he hoped to be able to work on the relationship privately. "These problems with blended families are difficult sometimes," the former New York mayor told reporters in Monterey Park, adding that "the more privacy you can have with something like this ... the easier you're going to get it resolved."
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