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Italy's famous cursing commander wants to be 5-Star lawmaker

Jan 4, 2018

Italy's political parties are scrambling to solidify coalitions and find viable candidates for the March 4 parliamentary elections

Italy's Jewish community complains of rehabilitation of king

Jan 3, 2018

Italy's Jewish community is asking that the government remove from schools, libraries and other public buildings the name of King Victor Emanuel III, who approved Italy's racial laws and reigned during Italy's fascist regime

Rome mayor moves to delay start of trial on lying charges

Jan 3, 2018

Rome's mayor, indicted on charges that she lied about a City Hall appointment, is seeking a trial procedure that will likely postpone any hearing until after her 5-Star Movement guns for national office in March 4 general elections

Mediaset to broadcast World Cup matches in Italy

Dec 21, 2017

None of the 64 World Cup soccer matches from next year's tournament in Russia will be shown on state-run television in Italy for the first time

Exiled Italian king's remains repatriated after 70 years

Dec 17, 2017

The remains of Italy's King Victor Emmanuel III were repatriated from Egypt and interred in a family mausoleum Sunday, 71 years after Italians rejected the monarchy in a referendum and the country's royals went into exile

Playwright alleges misconduct by Hoffman when she was 16

Dec 15, 2017

A playwright who alleges that Dustin Hoffman exposed himself to her and had her massage his feet when she was 16 says she spent years in guilty silence, assumed the incident was her fault

German speed team's rise could boost skiing's TV ratings

Dec 15, 2017

Early starter Josef Ferstl put down a nearly flawless run in a foggy super-G to become the first German man to win a World Cup speed event in 13 years

Correction: Italy-La Scala story

Dec 8, 2017

Correction: Italy-La Scala story

Long-neglected 'Chernier' makes heroic return to La Scala

Dec 8, 2017

Umberto Giordano's long-neglected opera 'Andrea Chernier' has made a heroic return to La Scala for the season premiere, with long applause for soprano Anna Netrebko and husband tenor Yusif Eyvazov who sang opposite each other as ill-fated lovers

Conductor Zubin Mehta sidelined by shoulder operation

Nov 29, 2017

La Scala says a shoulder operation is forcing conductor Zubin Mehta to take a break of at least three months, requiring changes in the opera house's lineup

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