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In our news wrap Thursday, a federal grand jury indicted a white suspect on hate crimes in the Buffalo supermarket massacre of 10 Black victims, producer prices in June were 11.3 percent higher than a year ago, a rocket attack…
By Frances D'Emilio, Associated Press
Italian Premier Mario Draghi has told his Cabinet he will offer his resignation on Thursday evening to the nation's president, following the refusal of a populist coalition ally to support a key government bill.
By Paolo Santalucia, Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
Rescuers are finding body parts and equipment as they search for hikers missing following a powerful avalanche in the Italian Dolomites.
In our news wrap Monday, Akron, Ohio, declared a state of emergency amid protests over the police killing of Jayland Walker, an unarmed Black man. Also, U.S. basketball star Brittney Griner appealed directly to President Biden for her release from…
Heavy rain was hampering the search in Italy for those unaccounted for — perhaps as many 15 — a day after an enormous chunk of an Alpine glacier broke off and slammed into hikers. Italian state TV said a body…
By Dr. Howard Markel
Born on this day 458 years ago, Galileo refused to be silent about how the solar system worked.
By Christopher Livesay
The Italian region of Tuscany is renowned for its world-class wine. From the vine to the vat, it is a time-honored practice in which little has changed over the centuries. But as Christopher Livesay explains, there’s one small vineyard here…
By John Leicester, Associated Press
As Europe erects ever more fearsome barriers against migration, volunteers along the Italy-France border are working to keep migrants from being killed or maimed by cold and mountain mishaps as they cross the high Alps.
By Trisha Thomas, Frances D'Emilio, Associated Press
One rescue began Saturday night and ended early Sunday when the 303 migrants, soaked and shivering, stepped on to the port of Roccella Jonica in the the Calabria region.
By Colleen Barry, Associated Press
Dozens of furnaces that remain on the lagoon island must burn around the clock, or the costly crucible inside the ovens will break. But the price for methane that powers the ovens has skyrocketed fivefold.
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