The arrest of a prominent businessman whose company Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was investigating for corruption doesn’t mean the case is closed.
Barbie Latza Nadeau, correspondent-at-large for The Daily Beast and author Roadmap to Hell: Sex, Guns and Drugs on the Mafia Coast, about sex trafficking and the mafia, and Beast Book Angel Face, about Amanda Knox, has reported from Italy for Newsweek since 1997 and for The Daily Beast since 2009. She is also a CNN Contributor and frequent writer for Scientific American.
The latest tourism trend is to retrace the steps of Elena Ferrante’s characters through Naples, but look also at other greats who were captivated by this city of sin and crime.
A 36-year-old winner of an online Nazi pageant and a 50-year-old mother were among the masterminds of a far-right political party that wanted to return Italy to its darkest past.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed a friend-of-the-court brief to try to stop a Ft. Worth hospital from removing 9-month-old Tinslee Lee from life support.
The president called Nancy Pelosi “crazy as a bedbug” and former Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch “a woman, so we have to be nice.”
Just as things were looking up for the two Bay Area teens accused of fatally stabbing a 35-year old newlywed police officer in Rome, a new secret tape emerges.
The Arno River in Florence is lapping up against the Ponte Vecchio bridge and the Tiber in Rome has breached its banks. What’s going on with all this bad weather?
La Serenissima has long struggled with flooding as it sank deeper and deeper, but the recent crisis has been exacerbated by all too familiar corruption.
Dutch investigators release damning audio that connects Russian authorities to the rebels suspected in the 2014 shootdown of a Malaysian jet with 298 people on board in Ukraine.