Latest from Anna Momigliano

In coronavirus lockdown, Milan sheds its reputation for aloofness, grows closer — from a distance

The people of Italy’s commercial capital, ordered to stay apart, try to strengthen communal ties.
  • Mar 15, 2020

What I wish they’d told me before I started using cloth diapers

Here are five things parents should know before making the decision.
  • Jun 27, 2019

Breast-feeding isn’t free. This is how much it really costs.

Insisting on the “breast is free” mantra is deceiving and unfair.
  • May 21, 2019

Mussolini’s great-grandson runs for a seat in the European Parliament

Caio Mussolini touts the ‘Mussolini brand,’ but says he’s not a fascist.
  • Apr 18, 2019

An Italian mayor saved his village by welcoming migrants. Now he’s been arrested for it.

Domenico Lucano, a village mayor who gained worldwide attention for his pro-migrant policies, has been placed under house arrest on charges of aiding illegal immigration.
  • Oct 3, 2018

Italy’s proposed new divorce law would ‘turn back the clock 50 years on women’s rights,’ critics say

Parliament is debating a draft law that would revolutionize the country’s divorce laws, including abolishing child support.
  • Sep 18, 2018

This Italian mob informant was elected to Parliament, but voters have never seen her face

But there are doubts about having a lawmaker whom constituents can't even recognize.
  • Jun 5, 2018

In Italy, the army provides medical marijuana. And some say that’s a problem.

Parliament is poised to expand the program, but it may still fall short on quantity and quality.
  • Dec 1, 2017

Romans are about to go eight hours a day without water

Climate change and crumbling pipes are forcing Rome into unprecedented water rationing.
  • Jul 28, 2017

It’s easy to get a Mussolini souvenir in Italy, but its government now wants to ban them

A new law seeks to ban selling items with pro-fascist or pro-Mussolini imagery.
  • Jul 13, 2017