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05/26/2018 01:00 AM
Florence’s Answer to Mafia Violence: A Painting’s Loving Restoration
The last painting damaged during a Mafia car bombing that killed five residents in 1993 is returned to Florence’s Uffizi Gallery.

05/24/2018 12:00 PM
Creators of Architectural Exhibits Reach To the Cosmos for Inspiration
At the Venice Architecture Biennale, seven exhibits explore what it means to be a citizen of the universe.

05/24/2018 12:00 PM
These Houses Have the Ultimate Water View
As cities run out of space, the water is one of the last remaining zones for centrally located development.

05/23/2018 10:05 PM
Italy’s New Government Will Challenge the E.U. at Its Heart
A populist Italian government could blow up the eurozone through big spending and increased debt, while challenging Brussels on Russia and migration.

05/23/2018 08:30 PM
Italy’s Populists Get a Green Light to Govern, in New Threat to Europe
The step seems certain to make Italy the most important European Union member to fall to populist forces in a big victory for the bloc’s antagonists.

05/23/2018 05:03 PM
Oxford Lifts the Veil on Race, Wealth and Privilege
For the first time, the British university released data about its admissions, and the figures showed a continuing gap in prospects along racial and economic lines.

05/22/2018 05:47 PM
As Population Growth Slows, Populism Surges
As rural areas shrink, they are turning to politicians who promise to restore the stature of “common people.”

05/22/2018 12:00 PM
The Crispy Leftovers as the Main Course
Pasta tahdig combines the best of Italian and Iranian cooking.

05/22/2018 12:11 AM
Italy’s Populists Offer Giuseppe Conte for Prime Minister; N.Y.U. Claim in Question
Mr. Conte, a civil law professor with a long résumé, must still be approved. But his main qualification may be his willingness to do the bidding of his backers.

05/21/2018 05:16 PM
A Chance to Spend 99-Plus Years in Venice (in the Afterlife)
Even if you can’t afford a palazzo on the Grand Canal, you might be able to bid for a plot in the cemetery of San Michele.