Italy

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07/16/2018 12:00 PM
9 Homes That Make a Case for the Great Indoors
We’ve rounded up some of T’s dreamiest interior features for all of the year-round homebodies.

07/13/2018 10:00 PM
Wall Street’s Summer Calm May Depend on Selective Vision
Investors seem to be focusing on strong earnings and all but ignoring trade tensions, a Federal Reserve rate increase and trouble abroad.

07/10/2018 08:55 PM
George Clooney ‘Recovering’ After Scooter Accident in Italy
The actor was taken to a hospital for tests after the crash on the island of Sardinia, but was released and “will be fine,” his publicist said.

07/07/2018 03:02 PM
This Italian Town Once Welcomed Migrants. Now, It’s a Symbol for Right-Wing Politics
Macerata once had a reputation for tolerance. But the killing of a woman and a revenge shooting made the Italian town a symbol of rising right-wing politics.

07/05/2018 11:03 PM
Proof of Children’s Vaccinations? Italy Will Now Take Parents’ Word for It
A move that Italy’s government says is aimed at simplifying school enrollment has raised fear an increase in nonvaccinated children in Europe.

07/05/2018 04:28 AM
Italian Police Break Up Ring That Illegally Dug Up Ancient Artifacts
The police say that thousands of artifacts, including ancient coins, statues and pottery, were illegally excavated in Sicily and put up for sale in Germany.

07/03/2018 12:00 PM
A Lemony Breakfast Cake That Tastes Like a Roman Holiday
After I returned from Italy, I wanted to recapture the joys of eating a sunshine yellow cake in the morning.

07/02/2018 11:46 PM
Malta Cracks Down on a Humanitarian Ship That Carried Migrants
Prosecutors accused a captain of lacking registration for his ship that docked in Malta with over 200 migrants onboard after being stranded at sea for a week.

06/29/2018 11:49 PM
Migration Deal in Europe Makes No Commitments. Victory Is Declared.
The resolution of a long and bitter debate over E.U. migration rules seems to have saved Angela Merkel and bolstered the power of Matteo Salvini in Italy.

06/29/2018 08:40 PM
In U.S. and Europe, Migration Conflict Points to Deeper Political Problems
The immigrant conflicts on both sides of the Atlantic have much in common. But there are distinct twists, too.