Unlike his contemporaries, Accardo had a remarkable track record of avoiding trouble, both from the authorities and within the mob. He was subpoenaed a few times by the U.S. Senate, including by the Senate Rackets Committee, which called him, almost reverentially, the “godfather of Chicago organized crime … a legend in his own time, the heir to Al Capone.” He was repeatedly arrested for murder, extortion and kidnapping, but never spent a night in jail, a fact he loved boasting about. … [Read more...] about Nick Bosa is the great-grandson of one of America’s most-feared mobsters
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The fifth generation of technology, known as 5G, has the potential to completely change how we live our lives. But it's not just about being able to download movies or music faster. It will fundamentally impact our country's national and economic security and technological leadership. That's why we can't afford to lose the 5G race to China. … [Read more...] about America can’t afford to lose to China in the 5G race
That's why a whole wing of the house -- a six-bedroom, 10,000-square-foot home on a hill with a view to the ocean -- is devoted to looking and feeling one's best. The home includes a private gym, a salon and a spa suite with a massage area, sauna and steam shower, as well as a Himalayan salt room. Corvino plans to list the house for $24.5 million in February. … [Read more...] about Will living in this mansion improve your health?
Brandman was born in the town of Jaworzno, Poland in 1931. She grew up in her grandfather’s home with her five siblings, and her parents, who owned a hardware store. She led an idyllic life until the war began, and Jewish families were forced from their homes and businesses, and then rounded up. Most of her immediate and extended family was sent to the concentration camps. She never saw her parents and one of her two brothers again. … [Read more...] about For Auschwitz survivor, telling her story is reason to live
Eisenberg also acknowledged the importance of creating the series in today’s political climate: “I think we’re living in a hard time and I think that telling stories like this, it reminds us that we’re not that different. The way that we talk about immigrants so often in the press, it feels like a cluster of people are invading our country and I think when you start putting names to the faces…I think that it becomes more personal and when you start seeing yourself in someone else, that really changes the narrative.” … [Read more...] about ‘Little America’ Team on Creating the Immigration Anthology Series for Apple TV Plus