La Stampa ("The Press") is a top Italian daily founded in 1867 under the name Gazzetta Piemontese. Based in Turin, La Stampa is owned by the Fiat Group and distributed in many other European countries.


After Brexit And Trump, Wave Of Rebellion Triumphs In Italy

Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his constitutional reform referendum are victims of a massive movement of popular discontent, now more global than ever.


Vladimir Putin: Enough With The West’s Imaginary Threats


Draghi, Yellen And Central Banks In The Age Of Trump

In the wake of the U.S. election, central bankers unite to stabilize the world economy in the face of populist calls to scrap regulations.


Across Mexican Border, Deportees Feel Trump’s Heat

TIJUANA — The Casa del Migrante, or House of the Migrant, has provided assistance to migrants in this teeming border city for almost three decades since it......


Earthquake Risks, Italy Must Rise United From The Rubble

-Essay- NORCIA — Every tragedy has its symbol, and one image from the earthquake that shook Central Italy last Sunday has stuck in people's minds.......


Russia's Other War, On The Front Lines In Eastern Ukraine

Despite two peace agreements signed by Kiev and Moscow, fighting rages on along Ukraine's eastern border with Russia.


How To Buy Antiquities Looted By ISIS From An Italian Mobster

In southern Italy, mob clans have entered into an unlikely alliance with the Islamic terror group, exchanging Kalashnikovs for ancient artifacts pillaged in war. One reporter went undercover looking to make a deal.


Italian Lottery Player Wins Damages For Always Losing

-OpEd- TURIN — A man from Salerno, a city south of Naples, bought 255 "scratch and win" lottery cards in twelve months, losing every single ti......