Populist Five Star Movement Surges In Italian Polls
Could the disparate group of campaigners and anti-establishment politicians be a real electoral threat?
Populists Rattle Italy's Establishment In Local Polls
Matteo Renzi's center-left government could face tough contests in four cities.
Italy's Senate Passes Same-Sex Civil Union Bill
But the bill does not include the controversial clause that would allow one partner to adopt the other's child.
Italian PM Risks Mandate Over Same-Sex Civil Unions
The legislation has reached a deadlock over a provision for adoption.
Italian Minister: Surrogacy is Like a Sex Crime
Ruling coalition politician argues that a push to give rights to same-sex couples risks making illegal womb-hiring easier
Italy Court Upholds Berlusconi Acquittal in Prostitution Case
Former PM cleared of paying for sex with minor after being sentenced to seven years imprisonment in 2013.
Italy's Berlusconi Allowed to End Community Service Sentence Early
Berlusconi's petition to have the sentence reduced was filed last month and approved on Monday.
Italy Votes for President After Renzi Shrugs Off Berlusconi
Renzi's Democratic Party and a handful of allies pledged on Thursday to back constitutional court judge Sergio Mattarella.
Leader of Italy's Right-Wing Northern League to Meet Putin
Leader of Italy's surging right-wing Northern League says "Russia represents the future"
Topless Salvini Woos Italy's Voters From Bedroom
The 41-year-old leader of Italy's anti-euro Northern League party posed bare-chested in a weekly magazine