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TRUMP LAWYER-IMMIGRATION FIRM

NEW YORK — Some companies regret turning to Michael Cohen for help, but a Florida immigration firm appears to have gotten nearly everything it wanted. When Nicholas Mastroianni II hooked up with the president's personal attorney last year, his business was threatened by a looming crackdown on a federal program offering foreigners visas if they invest in certain U.S. real estate projects. After Cohen referred Mastroianni to a lobbying firm, efforts to scale back the program failed to win approval. By Business Writer Bernard Condon. SENT: 1166 words, photos.

TRUMP GOLF-HIGH HOPES

NEW YORK — The president's company is hoping a new clubhouse opening at a Trump golf resort in New York City will revive its fortunes, one of several of his courses posting disappointing numbers recently. Donald Trump's two adult sons are cutting the ribbon on a clubhouse at the Trump Golf Links in the Bronx on Monday with hopes it will attract more visitors. . By Business Writer Bernard Condon. SENT: 130 words; will be updated after 11:30 a.m. event. With photos.

GRIMM-DONOVAN DEBATE

NEW YORK — Incumbent U.S. Rep. Dan Donovan debates challenger Michael Grimm, who formerly held his seat, ahead of the Republican primary later this month. UPCOMING: 450 words developing from noon debate.

TONY AWARDS

NEW YORK — A small-scale, intimate musical about hard-won cultural understanding was an altogether apt Tony winner on a night where tolerance and inclusion were constant themes. By Jocelyn Noveck. SENT: 976 words, photos, video.

— BETTY FORD PLAY-Q&A. By William J. Kole. SENT: 693 words, photos.

GLF--TIM DAHLBERG-TIGER WOODS

As Tiger Woods docks his yacht near Shinnecock Hills this week he's still a golfing enigma of sorts. His scores are decent, if not spectacular, but he's yet to win and has only been in serious contention once in nine tournaments this year. Is the real Tiger finally back? By Sports Columnist Tim Dahlberg. SENT: 950 words, photos.

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— GLF--US OPEN-KEY ANNIVERSARIES. SENT: 1007 words, photos.

BBN--METS-GONZALEZ RELEASED

NEW YORK — Looking to spark their stagnant lineup, the New York Mets are making a change at first base. Slumping veteran Adrian Gonzalez was released following a 2-0 victory over the Yankees on Sunday night, and the Mets will recall Dominic Smith from Triple-A Las Vegas on Tuesday when they begin a 10-game road trip in Atlanta. By Baseball Writer Mike Fitzpatrick. SENT: 290 words.

IN BRIEF:

— XGR--SCHOOL BUS CAMERAS: A New York state senator wants to use cameras to catch motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses.

— TOXIC ALGAE-NY: The number of pollution-fed toxic algae blooms is climbing in New York.

— MUSIC-SUMMER JAM: Recent Pulitzer Prize winner Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne and Meek Mill helped the famed Summer Jam music event celebrate its 25th anniversary with jam-packed performances.

— TRASH TRUCK CRASH: The New York Police Department says a garbage truck driver wrecked multiple cars and crashed into a building before attempting to flee the scene.

— UNKNOWN DAUGHTER-ESTATE: A woman who claims to be the long lost daughter of a dead developer is seeking a claim to his $94 million estate.

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