She said their daughter was a dedicated worker and saved ,000 by working at a movie theater, which went straight to school costs. And Mr. Phipps, who works as a contract specialist for an insurance company, took a second job driving a limousine at night. The final scene shows a group of irreverent modern-day students in a classroom, tossing paper wads as a professor lectures them on the information gleaned from an excavation of the city Akhnaten built in praise of Aten. We see the ghosts of Akhnaten, Nefertiti and Queen Tye voicing forlorn, wordless refrains. Are they anxious about how history has remembered them?
For the Poldi Pezzoli in Milan, the loan of the Litta Madonna is a bit of a homecoming: The Hermitage bought the painting in 1865, from the collection of Count Antonio Litta. Attribution of the work to da Vinci has not been unanimous, and at the Poldi Pezzoli, it will be shown alongside another work from the Litta collection, a “Virgin and Child” by Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio, an artist who worked in da Vinci’s Milanese studio and who has been identified by some experts as the Litta Madonna’s possible author. Still, the justices agreed that the young people who signed up for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, were sympathetic and that they and their families, schools and employers had relied on it in good faith. “I hear a lot of facts, sympathetic facts, that you’ve put out there, and they speak to all of us,” Justice Gorsuch said.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
“I would call him the whitewasher-in-chief,” said Reuel Marc Gerecht, a fellow at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and a former C.I.A. official who studies Iran. “Zarif has gotten away, almost, with murder, because he has been depicted as something he is not — a moderate — when he is totally loyal to the supreme leader and totally loyal to the revolution.” “I cannot figure out why anyone would think it’s funny to leave suspicious packages for Members of Congress,” Representative Jennifer Wexton, Democrat of Virginia, wrote on Twitter after receiving her package in a shiny red bow. “Thank you to the Capitol Police for keeping us safe, and sorry your time was wasted on such an irresponsible and reckless stunt.”
Uzgel’s voice began to crack. Almost every day since his 20s, he had taken the bus or driven his car to the university’s stately campus in Ankara’s busy, wide-laned central Cebeci neighborhood; entered through the imposing concrete gates surrounded by lush foliage, then passed through the doors to the early modernist structure that served as Mulkiye’s home; walked across the inner courtyard where young men and women smoked many cigarettes and fought about politics; and climbed the floating staircase, flanked by paintings and photographs of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, to arrive at his office. His life’s work, his status in the country, had now been stolen from him. Holocaust reunion: A 92-year-old Greek woman, Melpomeni Dina, was reunited with two surviving members of a Jewish family she helped save from the Nazis during World War II. The reunion might be the last of its kind.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Log InThe bride, 29, and groom, 27, met at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, from which the bride graduated and each received a master’s degree in mass communication. “I can’t think of a happier time in my life playing baseball,” he said after the Mets’ season finale. “That is the ultimate. That’s what dreams, for me, are made of.”