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Fifty-nine percent currently disapprove,Michael Ochs Archives—Getty Images Tony Bennett,Y. in 1926 Known throughout the world by his working name Tony Bennett the Queens native has been singing professionally for seven-plus decades from the 1940s onward winning 17 Grammys and two Emmys He’s received honorary doctorates at a half-dozen schools He’s earned induction into the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame Recently at 88 he even broke his own record as the oldest artist to top the Billboard charts thanks to his Cheek to Cheek album with Lady GagaNow hard on the heels of that improbable achievement LIFE Books has unveiled Tony Bennett: An Illustrated Biography featuring rare and never-before-seen photos of the singer his family and his famous musical peers — with many of the pictures culled from the vast Sony Music archives (Bennett has spent his entire career with the same record company: it was called Columbia when he joined the label in 1950 and today it’s part of Sony Music Entertainment)Covering every aspect of Bennett’s life from his boyhood in Queens to his experience as a GI in France during World War II to his lifelong advocacy for progressive causes right down to his latest triumphs the pictures in the book capture a quintessentially American life: as a grandson of immigrants and a child of the Depression from an early age Tony Bennett knew poverty and want But talent and a colossal work ethic — as well as (he admits) a bit of luck and an innate candid charm — helped transform him into one of the world’s singular most enduring entertainersAs Robert Sullivan LIFE Books’ managing editor and a long-time friend and collaborator of Bennett’s notes in his introduction to the book Tony Bennett "is not only a remarkable singer but a remarkable man with a life story that can now be fairly called a saga"Long may the saga runTony Bennett with a foreword by Martin Scorsese is published by LIFE Books as part of the "LIFE Unseen" series By Guy Faulconbridge LONDON (Reuters) – Yulia Skripal survived an assassination attempt that UK authorities blame on Russia But the daughter of one of Russia’s most famous spies says she wants to return to her country "in the longer term" despite the poisoning "The fact that a nerve agent was used to do this is shocking" Skripal told Reuters in an exclusive statement "My life has been turned upside down" Yulia and her father Sergei Skripal a former colonel in Russian military intelligence who betrayed dozens of agents to Britain’s MI6 foreign spy service were found unconscious on a public bench in the British city of Salisbury on March 4 Yulia Skripal 33 was in a coma for 20 days "I woke to the news that we had both been poisoned" Skripal said in her first media appearance since the poisoning She contacted Reuters through the British police Skripal was speaking from a secret location in London as she is under the protection of the British state She was discharged from Salisbury District Hospital about five weeks after the poisoning and has not been seen by the media until now "We are so lucky to have both survived this attempted assassination Our recovery has been slow and extremely painful" she said in her written English statement "As I try to come to terms with the devastating changes thrust upon me both physically and emotionally I take one day at a time and want to help care for my Dad till his full recovery In the longer term I hope to return home to my country" Skripal spoke in Russian and supplied a statement that she said she had written herself in both Russian and English She signed both documents after making her statement She declined to answer questions after speaking to camera British Prime Minister Theresa May said the Skripals were poisoned with Novichok a deadly group of nerve agents developed by the Soviet military in the 1970s and 1980s May blames Russia for the poisoning It was the first known use of a military-grade nerve agent on European soil since World War Two Allies in Europe and the United States sided with May’s view and ordered the biggest expulsion of Russian diplomats since the height of the Cold War Russia retaliated by expelling Western diplomats Moscow has repeatedly denied any involvement and accused the British intelligence agencies of staging the attack to stoke anti-Russian hysteria Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said he thought Yulia Skripal was speaking under duress "We have not seen her or heard from her" he said when asked to comment on the story After Reuters published a video of Yulia Skripal’s statement the Russian Embassy in London said it was glad Skripal was "alive and well" but that Russia still had concerns and believed the text had been written by a native English speaker before being translated into Russian "With all respect for Yulia’s privacy and security this video does not discharge the UK authorities from their obligations under Consular Conventions" the Embassy said in a statement "The UK is obliged to give us the opportunity to speak to Yulia directly in order to make sure that she is not held against her own will and is not speaking under pressure So far we have every reason to suspect the opposite" "NO ONE SPEAKS FOR ME" Russia’s ambassador in London Alexander Yakovenko has repeatedly demanded to see Yulia who was a Russian citizen when she was poisoned "I’m grateful for the offers of assistance from the Russian Embassy But at the moment I do not wish to avail myself of their services" Skripal who wore a light blue summer dress and bore a scar on her throat said "Also I want to reiterate what I said in my earlier statement that no one speaks for me or for my father but ourselves"? Mystery surrounds the attack The motive is unclear as is the logic of using such an exotic nerve agent which has overt links to Russia’s Soviet past Russian officials question why Russia would want to attack an ageing turncoat who was pardoned and swapped in a Kremlin-approved 2010 spy swap President Vladimir Putin himself a former KGB spy said earlier this month that Skripal would have been dead if he was attacked with a weapons grade agent? "I don’t want to describe the details but the clinical treatment was invasive painful and depressing" she said in Russian? somebody is guilty. attack me.

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