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As negotiators try to replace the aging Kyoto protocol, failed negotiations could result in more emissions.
The swagger of Costa Concordia’s captain encapsulates Italy's troubles in the Berlusconi era.
Tax cheats in Italy's posh ski resorts and Mediterranean spas get special attention from Prime Minister Mario Monti.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov discusses Chernobyl, Tymoshenko, Moscow and the origin of life, in an exclusive GlobalPost interview.
Tapped to fix Berlusconi’s mess, the PM spars with Italy’s endemic rot.
Today, as debt costs soar, the new Italian Prime Minister puts his job on the line for change.
For those who chronicled Berlusconi's colorful career, his exit from office Saturday was tinged with regret.
Analysis: Amid debt crisis, Berlusconi's departure leaves a big mess for his successor.
Craxi, also mired in scandal, was the most polarizing figure in Italian politics, until Berlusconi.
The defection of a key ally. New sex scandals. Charges of tax fraud. The collapse of Pompeii. A new trash crisis in Naples. Has Silvio Berlusconi used up the last of his political nine lives? Italy’s central bank warns end of country's economic malaise is still far away. Hollywood star calls the prime minister “idiotic.”
Silvio Berlusconi’s popularity is dwindling after sexist remarks; Fiat is in financial trouble; and the Italian media has accused organizers of the venerable Venice Film Festival of fixing results.
The Italian prime minister, wracked by a new set of scandals, calls for new elections. Berlusconi helps push a law that would fine bloggers for "incorrect facts." A weekly Italian news magazine threatens to publish a list of openly gay priest. And a distraught mother, apparently worried about her two teenage sons, called the cops on a nude 26-year-old female sunbather.
Berlusconi controls many outlets, but Italian law also contributes to restrictions on press freedom.
Delegates to the Copenhagen conference say they live energy efficient lives — at home, anyway.
The American former exchange student and her family sob as she is found guilty of murdering her roommate.
The former exchange student could face civil penalties, jail time even if she is found innocent of murder.
At the US-Cuba match in Italy, fans munch on ... bruschetta?
What would you do to win a $200 million jackpot: fly from Germany? pick a number based on dreams about dead people?
The G8 recently grabbed headlines by promising $20 billion to fight hunger. Trouble is, the G8 seldom keeps its promises.
Government launches programs to convince tourists they aren't being ripped off.