Legend has it that Rome was discovered by Romulus, an abandoned twin suckled by a shewolf. Why that might not be so far-fetched.
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 truth about why Klimt’s 1917 “Portrait of a Lady” was found hidden in a museum wall in Italy may lie in the dead curator’s secret diaries.
The release of an unauthorized book of quotes by Michael Bloomberg paints a damning picture of the Democratic presidential candidate.
Beverly McCallum, 59, is alleged to have taken her 9- and 11-year-old daughters along to hide their father in a Michigan blueberry field in 2002.
After shopping around the idea for a talk show since he left the White House in 2017, the “Dancing With the Stars” castoff finally gets his chance behind the mic.
San Bernardino Police now say five deaths in four seemingly random shootings were committed by the same people from a lethal pack that is stalking the west side of their city.
Pope Francis’ pronouncement on whether elderly men can be ordained as priests is a big disappointment for liberals, but may not mollify his conservative critics.
The family of 19-year-old Harry Dunn are demanding answers after claims that Anne Sacoolas is not a spy wife, but an actual spy herself.
Hours after a cop was shot in a van, the suspect allegedly marched into a stationhouse and opened fire.
American Amanda Knox was convicted and later cleared of killing the 21-year-old British student in Perugia, Italy, in 2007.