July 28, 2014

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Monday July 28, 2014

    The Italian drop

      By Gavin Jones & James Mackenzie / Reuters (*)

    By Gavin Jones & James Mackenzie

    Italy’s economy has barely grown in the past two decades, with manufacturers and jobs disappearing each and every year. Political instability is rife, since World War II, the country has had 65 governments. Gavin Jones and James Mackenzie visit the northern town of Ivrea, where they hunt down the remains of a once-iconic company and try to find out why Italy is struggling to compete in a globalized world.

    Big-spending state a major obstacle

      By Gavin Jones & Giuseppe Fonte / Reuters (*)

    Chicken chic

      By Sorrel Moseley-Williams / For The Herald

    A city for hipsters and history buffs

      By Gabriel Stargardter / Reuters (*)

    Company men

      By Gene Weingarten / The Washington Post (*)

    Indians who didn’t want to take the warpath

      By Nicolás Meyer / For The Herald

    Elizabeth Warren for president?

      By Dana Milbank / The Washington Post (*)

    Florida, the police, and the Ku Klux Klan

      By Tonyaa Weathersbee / The Root (*)

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