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Italian scientists are testing a machine to better monitor labor.
Tuscany's water utility tries to break Italians' bottled water habit.
Scientists question accepted wisdom on what killed Pompeiians when Mt. Vesuvius erupted.
The Genovese succeeded in winning protected status for basil. Pesto is next on their list.
A new hotel borrows pre-Columbian elements to create a sadomasochist environment.
A restaurant in the Yucatan wants to introduce forgotten Mayan culinary practices into mainstream Mexican cuisine.
Francesco Zanardi and Manuel Incorvaia are starving themselves in a demand for gay marriage.
As Italy's relatively recent craft beer market gain followers, some worry it is becoming too popular.
The Vatican's annual Christmas tree tradition caps a difficult year for the Catholic Church.
As Rome shoos away starlings, scientists study the mathematical precision of their flight.
The program keeps the ex-cons away from crime, while they help tourists do the same.
At Vannulo Farm in Campania, they believe happier buffalos make better mozzarella.
On your next trip, you might want to pick up Fernanda D'Arienzo's guide.
Free bicycles enter the crowded Roman roads.
In Verona, couples can leave lasting testaments to their love.
A farm in Umbria aims to go carbon neutral by the end of 2009.
Italian Obama fans despair of seeing change at home.
Educators complain that curricular changes mean more work for teachers, while government says changes necessary to cut costs.
Italian law requires even the largest producers of the Christmas-season specialty to use top-notch ingredients.