The king of Italian theater has died

The king of Italian theater has died

Giorgio Albertazzi (20 August 1923 – 28 May 2016) was an Italian actor and film director.  Born in San Martino a Mensola Albertazzi joined the Italian Social Republic and reached the rank of lieutenant. After their defeat, he spent two years in prison for collaborating. After the amnesty by Palmiro Togliatti he changed from studying […]

President Obama is returning to Elkhart

President Obama is returning to Elkhart

Just three weeks into my presidency, I made a promise to the people of Elkhart, Indiana. It was the first city I visited as President. Folks there had been hit harder by the recession than almost anywhere else in America. The unemployment rate was on its way to nearly twenty percent. Companies that had sustained […]

Sanders statement on Verizon settlement

Sanders statement on Verizon settlement

LOS ANGELES – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders issued the following statement Friday on the agreement between Verizon and 39,000 striking members of the Communications Workers of America and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers: “I congratulate the strikers, their unions and Verizon management for reaching an apparent settlement after 45 days. This strike has been […]

ICE arrests 73 in 2-state enforcement operation targeting convicted criminals

ICE arrests 73 in 2-state enforcement operation targeting convicted criminals

DETROIT – Officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 73 individuals during a two-state operation that concluded Thursday, targeting criminal aliens and other immigration violators in Michigan and Ohio. During the four-day enforcement action, ERO officers apprehended 70 aliens with criminal convictions. The remaining three fall under the agency’s […]

Sierra Club slams governor Hogan for clean energy veto

Sierra Club slams governor Hogan for clean energy veto

Baltimore, M.D. — Despite passing with veto-override numbers in the Maryland State Senate and the House of Delegates in April, Governor Hogan vetoed the Clean Energy Jobs Act today, stifling job growth and renewable energy acceleration throughout the state. The bill, sponsored by Senator Catherine Pugh and Delegate Bill Frick would have increased Maryland’s commitment […]