The opportunity to host the winter games in 2026 has been met with notable enthusiasm by Italy's authorities.
Italy's Deputy Prime Minister was given an unusually high-profile welcome in D.C.
The EU elections are the world's second largest exercise in democracy, with 427 eligible voters.
The new EU Parliament is set to convene for the first time in Strasbourg on July 2, 2019.
Facebook has removed dozens of pages and hundreds of profiles based on the findings of Avaaz.
Bayer has inherited a large number of lawsuits with its 63-billion-dollar takeover of US company Monsanto.
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The Italian government is still going ahead with two controversial social programs, including the introduction of a basic income for
Large swaths of the Southern and Eastern EU are worried about population loss.
EU members' foreign policy shouldn't be influenced by their hopes for economic gains in dealings with China, the likely next