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  • Pictures in the News | September 18, 2013

     
    Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in Italy, where workers inspect the Costa Concordia after it was lifted upright near the island of Giglio.  More photos Washington: A woman looks at a memorial to the victims of the Washington Navy Yard where a...
  • The Week in Pictures | September 16 – 22, 2013

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. The week began in dramatic fashion with federal authorities surrounding a naval shipyard in Washington, D.C., where a shooting rampage claimed 13 lives, including that of suspected gunman Aaron...
  • Pictures in the News | September 10, 2012

     
    Pictures in the News from around the world....
  • Eurozone pulls back from the brink of catastrophe -- again

     
    Global Focus: Europe's economic roller coaster slowed to a safe stop Thursday, after the latest white-knuckled plunge toward disaster, when European Central Bank President Mario Draghi vowed to control soaring interest rates that threaten to bankrupt...
  • New-world business degree unites USC, Hong Kong and Italy

     
    USC and partner universities in Hong Kong and Italy are starting an unusual international bachelor’s degree program in business in which students will live on three continents during their studies....
  • Titanic: In most shipwrecks, it's more like 'every man for himself'

     
    As the world gets set this weekend to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, attention is once again being focused on the old adage: when a ship is going down, it's women and children first. After the storied liner struck an iceberg...
  • Nobel laureate Grass sparks controversy with poem on Israel

     
    A poem by Nobel Prize-winning author Guenter Grass slamming Israel sparks a controversy in Germany. Comparing Iran and Israel in their nuclear ambitions earns Grass criticism from Jewish leaders, German politicians and the Israeli prime minister....
  • Europe tackles torture allegations that were swept aside in U.S.

     
    Global Focus: When CIA agents nabbed an Egyptian cleric on the streets of Milan and whisked him off for interrogation in a country that turned a blind eye to torture they violated international law and were justly sentenced to prison, Italy's highest...
  • Italy's (unelected) prime minister hints he might stay on

     
    Mario Monti, Italy's unelected prime minister, hinted Thursday that he might stay on past elections next year despite having insisted he would step down. Monti has been trying to implement unpopular economic and labor reforms in Italy, whose economy has...
  • Berlusconi denies sleeping with teen, says parties weren't sexual

     
    Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi denied in court Friday that he had sex with a 17-year-old Moroccan girl. Berlusconi, 75, says the legendary "bunga bunga" parties at his house were simply lively dinners followed by entertainment that was...
  • 5 Italian officials quit in protest over convictions tied to quake warning

     
    Three officials from an agency that advises the Italian government in emergencies resigned Tuesday in protest after a court convicted seven experts for failing to warn residents in the city of L'Aquila sufficiently before a devastating earthquake struck...