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From Italy to Hungary to France, how populist movements in 2018 enveloped Europe
2018 was the year populism went mainstream and beyond the United States and Britain – sweeping Europe with demands for a change in the status quo. Beset by increasing social and economic problems, exacerbated by the influx of migrants from the Middle East and Africa, and the dysfunction of the Europ
The most expensive house for sale in New Jersey is a sprawling $29.5 million estate with a private English-style pub, and it's only 25 miles from NYC
The most expensive home for sale in New Jersey is a $29.5 million mansion in Mahwah. The sprawling estate sits on a 46-acre property that includes an outdoor infinity pool, horse paddocks, an indoor riding arena, a soccer field, a basketball court, and a 20-stall barn.
Five Places to Go in Kigali
Remera, the Kigali neighborhood housing a soccer stadium and bordering Kigali International Airport, used to be known for little more than flophouses and the city’s red light district. But Remera is coming into its own, with this once-rundown area in Rwanda’s capital now seeing an influx of bars, su
Tottenham fan banned four years for throwing banana skin at Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
A Tottenham fan has been banned from football matches for four years for throwing a banana skin at an Arsenal player who is black. Averof Panteli was found guilty of a "targeted gesture" aimed at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with a "racial element."
Lou’s Italian Specialties Starts Slicing Deli Meats in Denver
Joshua Pollack, the owner of Rosenberg’s Bagels and Famous Original J’s Pizza, has started serving subs from a new deli space in the Cole neighborhood. Lou’s Italian Specialties will hold its grand opening on Tuesday, December 18. While there’s no space inside the little corner shop to sit and eat c
The (small) role golf played in Mike Piazza killing a 100-year-old soccer club
Retiring in your 30s, with over $120 million in career earnings, to a lifetime of golf is the American dream. But it's a dream Mike Piazza grew bored with. And deviating from that paradise accidentally killed a 100-year-old soccer club.
Genoa bridge: Renzo Piano to lead new construction
Renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano has agreed to oversee the construction of a new Genoa bridge to replace one that collapsed and killed 43 people. A section of the 51-year-old Morandi bridge fell down on 14 August, crushing vehicles and buildings underneath.
Italy strikes deal with EU commission over budget: ministry spokeswoman
ROME (Reuters) - Italy has done a deal with the European Commission over its contested 2019 budget, a spokeswoman at the Economy Ministry said on Tuesday, signaling an end to weeks of wrangling that had shaken financial markets.
Salini, Fincantieri to rebuild Italian bridge after deadly collapse
GENOA, Italy /MILAN (Reuters) - Italy’s biggest builder Salini Impregilo and shipbuilder Fincantieri have won the contract to rebuild a bridge that collapsed in August, killing 43 people, in the port city of Genoa.
Mike Piazza presided over the destruction of a 100-year-old soccer team
Mike Piazza was elected to the Hall of Fame in January of 2016 and inducted in July of 2016. In between those dates he purchased an Italian soccer team, A.C. Reggiana 1919, a member of Italy’s third division. In June of that year he was greeted as a savior in Reggio Emilia, the small Italian town in
Italy's insurer HDI Assicurazioni launches first ESG PIR in Italy
Italy's insurer HDI Assicurazioni has launched Easy PIR, an individual savings plan investing in sustainable Italian companies that aims at increasing capital in the middle to long term.
Driving a Ferrari in Italy: Behind the Wheel of a Ferrari 488 in Maranello
Driving a Ferrari in Italy was a dream come true, especially as it was in the city of Maranello where the automaker has been based since the early 1940s. Frankly, any opportunity to drive a Ferrari, including my two previous experiences driving a Ferrari in the French Riviera and on a race track in
San Antonio’s Best New Restaurants of 2018
The last few years have solidified San Antonio's status as a city on the rise -- especially if you’re looking at the restaurant scene, which we always are. While certain local favorites will forever hold our hearts (looking at you, Rosario's), 2018 saw a handful of restaurant openings that immediate
Howard Tymony, 93, Tuskegee airman
Two weeks after being recognized as an Documented Original Tuskegee Airman (DOTA), solidifying his place in history alongside others who braved racism and discrimination in helping to integrate the U.S. military, Howard Tymony died on Nov. 29, 2018, in Elk Grove, California. He was 93.
Ocasio-Cortez enters the House as most popular member with small donors
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a household name now, but just a few months ago she was a complete political outsider, relying almost entirely on small donors in the Bronx and Queens.
Future unknown: Unaccompanied minors in Italy
Egypt denies withdrawal of its Italy envoy
The Egyptian government yesterday denied reports that it had withdrawn its ambassador to Italy. “The Egyptian ambassador to Italy is continuing to carry out his job duties,” the country’s foreign ministry said in a statement, stressing that the diplomat “won’t be leaving the Italian capital of Rome
US Airlines Angry At Qatar Airways Backed Air Italy Expansion
Qatar has been doing something rather sneaky for the last few years, investing into other airlines in order to covertly expand its reach. At least, that is what some airlines would have us believe.
2 crypto investment projects face 90-day suspension in Italy
For precautionary reasons, Italian securities regulator Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa (CONSOB) has suspended two projects that were reportedly offering fraudulent crypto investment schemes in the country.
Bologna in New York: A Panel Discussion
The Bologna Children’s Book Fair may be months away, but several international illustrators and children’s book experts recently gathered in New York City for a panel discussion about the storied history of the fair. The panel was held in conjunction with the exhibition “Artists and Masterpieces of