December 5, 2007 |
GOP presidential contender Rudolph W. Giuliani announced Tuesday that he gave up his roles as chairman and chief executive of his consulting company earlier this year. The disclosure came after recent stories about his consulting and law firms' business with the government of Qatar, a gambling business in Macao and an Ethiopian faction opposing its government.
September 21, 2007 |
A leading Islamic civil rights group called on former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani to drop Rep. Peter T. King (R-N.Y.) from his GOP presidential campaign after King called for greater scrutiny of U.S. mosques. But Giuliani flatly rejected the idea and stood by his friend of 41 years, who is an advisor to the campaign. The Council on American-Islamic Relations said Giuliani should drop King over his "extremist and Islamophobic views and comments."
December 13, 1993 |
New York mayor-elect Rudolph W. Giuliani indicated he would seek to bar New York City police from selling their revolvers in the civilian market as the department converts to semiautomatic pistols. Newsday had reported that scores of former police revolvers sold by departments across the nation to offset the cost of new pistols have since been used in crimes. Giuliani said on CBS' "Face the Nation" that the city police department "shouldn't have commerce in guns."
March 11, 2007 |
Newt Gingrich's admission of having an extramarital affair as he pursued President Clinton's impeachment in the Monica S. Lewinsky scandal has been defended by Republican presidential hopeful Rudolph W. Giuliani. Giuliani, during a campaign stop in Reno, told reporters that the episode shows no one is perfect, and that the former House speaker can learn from it.
November 18, 2001 |
New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, whose second four-year term expires at the end of the year, said he is exploring seven or eight possible job opportunities for when he leaves office, but no decision had been made yet. Giuliani was reportedly in job negotiations with accounting and management firm Ernst & Young. Giuliani, who has been widely lauded for his success in handling the crisis in New York following the Sept.
August 31, 1999 |
New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani was seated on a civil-court jury in Manhattan Supreme Court, the state's trial court. The case involves a tenant seeking $6 million from his landlord, contending that he was scalded by a faulty shower. Oliver Johnson also wants $1 million on behalf of his wife for loss of his services. Giuliani, the Republican likely to run for New York's U.S.
July 6, 2002 |
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.
May 25, 2001 |
Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani replaced his estranged wife as hostess of Gracie Mansion as his lawyers appealed a ruling that bars his girlfriend from the official mayoral residence. Irene Halligan, the city's protocol commissioner, was appointed hostess in place of Donna Hanover. Giuliani, who filed for divorce from Hanover last fall, declined to discuss the appeal, which will be argued in court June 6.
August 25, 2000 |
Advertisements that parody the dairy industry's popular "Got Milk?" ads have outraged New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani. Two billboards by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals depict Giuliani wearing a milk mustache and asking: "Got prostate cancer?" The ad claims a connection between drinking milk and prostate cancer, for which the mayor is being treated.