The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles announced Monday a new collaboration with the Archaeology Museum in Florence, Italy to bring artifacts from the Italian museum to museum-goers in California.
U.S. war planes killed the suspected head of al-Qaida in Somalia and as many as 30 other people Thursday in overnight airstrikes. The New York Times' East Africa bureau chief discusses the target and the operation.
The Detroit Institute of Arts completed a six-year, $158 million makeover in 2007, including the addition of interactive exhibits and a spotlight on local artists. Jeffrey Brown reports on the new efforts to attract visitors and survive amid state economic…
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan announced that the European Union had agreed to provide 7,000 troops, or nearly half the expanded peacekeeping force, to southern Lebanon. Analysts discuss the U.N. mission.
U.S. interest in soccer perked up during this year's World Cup tournament. Two soccer journalists debate the trends of soccer in America and their origins.
By PBS NewsHour
Italy's center-left coalition led by Romano Prodi won a narrow victory in parliamentary elections, official results showed Tuesday, but Conservative Party Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi refused to concede defeat.
By PBS NewsHour
American forces manning a checkpoint fired on the car carrying an Italian journalist who had just been released by her captors, killing an Italian secret service agent and wounding at least two others, including the hostage, Giuliana Sgrena.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi on Friday denounced the killing of Italian journalist Enzo Baldoni, who disappeared in Iraq last week, as "an act of barbarity."…
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