Bologna women are allegedly famous for two acts, one of which is making ragù.
When Alfredo Rampi was trapped in a well near Rome in June 1981, Italy came to a halt.
Long before slick travel videos and multi-purpose travel apps, the Baedeker was a traveler's bible, and David Amory found a copy of Rome's 1930 version.
A close look at the Italian election map helps explain the shift in the country's balance of power.
Sicilian Luca Guadagnino beautifully captures the implacable oneness of deep feelings in "Call Me By Your Name."
The author will follow a simple formula as she votes for the first time in Italy: see only Green.
Vying for Olympic glory and the art of fine writing are not so different if you look to their cores.
If your life includes drive, ambition and goals, better make sure your mate is on the same page.
In the 1960s, a youth and a married woman take a chance on madcap love. The result pitches tent between passion and melancholy.
Terrorism is losing strategic traction as the troika of great powers, the U.S., Russia and China, return to center stage.
In 1861, San Marino sent embattled Abraham Lincoln a letter of support. No such letter is today on its way to the White House.