Silvio Berlusconi News
Italy's Berlusconi hopes European court allows comeback
Lawyers for Silvio Berlusconi and the Italian government sparred Wednesday in Europe's human rights court in an unusual, high-profile case that could aid the 81-year-old tycoon's attempted political comeback
The Latest: Berlusconi lawyers say Italy violated his rights
Lawyers for Silvio Berlusconi and the Italian government have sparred in Europe's human rights court in an unusual, high-profile case that could aid Berlusconi's efforts for a political comeback.
Billionaire Berlusconi is spared big-bucks alimony to his ex
A Milan court has ruled that billionaire media magnate and former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi no longer must pay 1.4 million euros ($1.65 million) a month in alimony. Italian news reports said the appeals court agreed with Berlusconi that ex-wife Veronica Lario is self-sufficient economically
Model records exchange with Weinstein: 'Why yesterday you touch my breast?': Part 4
On the recording made by Ambra Gutierrez, Weinstein can be heard saying, "I am not gonna do anything, I swear on my children."
Brexit Turmoil Grips UK Amid Leadership Squabbles
British politicians experienced a weekly address in Parliament like no other, with a prime minister who is stepping down and an opposition leader whose own party is trying to force him out. A majority of Labour Party members of Parliament (MPs) have backed a motion of no-confidence in their leader
Bernie Sanders Campaign Staffer Fired for Allegedly Accessing Campaign Data
The staffer is accused of tapping into Hillary Clinton's confidential campaign database.
In the House With 'Alpha House'
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A Look At Vladimir Putin's 'Bromances' With World Leaders
Vladimir Putin and his political allies may not be making any new friends in the West, but his bromance with former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder appears to still be going strong. The former leader celebrated his 70th birthday at a bash in St. Petersburg on Monday night, where he was
Funding Showdown Hits Your 401(k)
Morning Money Memo… The fight over funding the government could take a bite out of your 401(k). Wall Street is really starting to worry about the threatened government shutdown tomorrow – and far worse would be what may happen next month if the government defaults...
5 Living U.S. Presidents Unite for Bush-43 Presidential Library Dedication
Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush join Bush-43 and President Obama for ceremony.