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November 18, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
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.
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August 31, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
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.
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May 25, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
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.
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August 25, 2000 | From Associated Press
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.
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September 28, 1999 | From Associated Press
Art fused with politics Monday as an exhibit including elephant dung on a painting of the Virgin Mary became the latest issue in the duel between Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani and Hillary Rodham Clinton. Giuliani--who like the first lady is an all-but-declared candidate for the Senate from New York--has threatened to cut $7 million in funding to the Brooklyn Museum of Art if it goes ahead with the show on Saturday.
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July 21, 1998 | Associated Press
By 2000, Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani hopes to wean virtually everyone--including drug addicts, young mothers and the disabled--from city welfare rolls. Giuliani said workfare initiatives already have cut the number of welfare recipients by 400,000 since March 1995. He said the nearly 800,000 still receiving benefits can expect further scrutiny. In June, the city began evaluating the job qualifications of disabled welfare beneficiaries.
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April 16, 2000 | Associated Press
Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani's Senate campaign is far ahead of Hillary Rodham Clinton's in the fund-raising race, but huge numbers of small checks are helping both campaigns get rich, according to Federal Election Commission filings released Saturday. Giuliani's campaign raised $7.36 million between Jan. 1 and March 31, while Clinton raised $4.73 million, the campaigns reported.
NATIONAL
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.
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May 16, 2000 | From Associated Press
Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani canceled a fund-raising trip to Southern California, saying on Monday that he has still not decided whether to run for the Senate against First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton or what course of treatment he'll take for his prostate cancer. Giuliani said he still needs to consult with doctors and decide whether to undergo surgery or radiation treatment. "Last week, because of things involving my personal life, my family and everything else, I didn't have the time," he said.
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