The fact that on especially bright and windy days renewables can perform at this level is a harbinger.
On KPFA’s “Sunday Show” this week, Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer explains why he isn’t buying the foreign interference talk surrounding Donald Trump and the 2016 presidential election.
Police in Milan shot and killed Anis Amri, the suspect in Monday's attack in which 12 people died, the Italian interior minister has confirmed.
Playing "a dangerous game," NATO pushes allies to send more troops and military equipment to Eastern Europe.
When I was visiting abroad recently, my non-American friends were quite candid with me: They see my country as increasingly intolerant, violent and inhospitable.
Deaths at sea and a chaotic refugee influx reflect the failure of European Union leaders to settle on a common immigration policy, one of Italy’s top elected officials tells ProPublica.
"Greece or Italy, sell me an island," Naguib Sawiris tweeted. He even suggested a name for the new country: "Hope."
This year’s Venice Biennale, called “All the World’s Futures,” showcases a growing community of politically engaged artists, who not only reflect the beauty and brutality of the world, but might actually change it.
Beppe Grillo, the comedian-turned-populist-leader of Italy’s second largest political party, has called for the nationalization of Italian banks and an exit from the euro.
We can’t say Gore Vidal didn’t warn us.