An Italian Explains Berlusconi and the Rise of Italian Populism to Me, an American
After insurgents cleaned up in the Italian election, the disgraced three-time prime minister is somehow relevant again.
Anti-immigrant populists just cleaned up in Italy's election
"What we’re seeing is profound political change driven by groups of voters who feel very anxious about the identity issues of immigration, national security, and terror.”
One-Eyed Italian Mob Boss' Alleged Cohorts Arrested in Rome
Authorities arrested more than 40 suspects in connection with a criminal network that profited off corrupt public contracts for services like garbage collection and running migrant reception centers.
Berlusconi Finishes Community Service Early — But Faces Final Chapter in 'Ruby the Heartstealer' Saga
The three-time prime minister was let off the last 45 days of his sentence for good behavior in a move many believe could pave the way for a comeback. But first, he must return to court yet again.