President Donald Trump praised a Republican congressman for body-slamming a reporter last year, calling him a "tough cookie" and saying he thinks it might have helped him win election in Montana.
A United Airlines flight heading to Chicago from Rome diverted to Shannon, Ireland following a "potential security concern."
Italian two-year yield falls sharply while stocks rise.
Italy's political turmoil could hit the continent harder than the Greek financial crisis and the Brexit vote, according to the finance minister of Latvia.
Italy may hold repeat elections as early as July after the man asked to be prime minister failed to secure support from major political parties for even a stop-gap government, sources said on Tuesday.
Italy's political crisis is entering a new phase and fresh elections could determine both its EU membership and whether it remains within the single currency, according to analysts.
On Friday, two-year Italian bond yields rose 35 basis points in one day — almost equivalent to the entire range of the year for U.S. 10-year Treasurys.
The government formation process from here will therefore be marked by horse-trading and backdoor discussions.
Italy is headed towards a hung parliament Monday, following an election that saw voters shun mainstream politics and opt for more anti-establishment parties.
The center-right party of Italian politician and ex-Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is leading voter polls in the country and could now be central to forming a new government in forthcoming elections, according to analysts.
The likelihood of Italy holding a general election by the fall has increased considerably as lawmakers discuss a new electoral system.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest on President Trump's international trip, who just arrived in Rome, Italy.
Unicredit posted on Thursday a first-quarter net profit of 907 million euros ($986 million) and topped expectations.
The ECB will begin tapering its generous asset-buying program in the fall with interest rate hikes to follow as soon as 2018; Intesa CEO.
Italy's flagship airline has re-entered administration for the second time in a decade but few observers will be expressing much surprise.
Former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has partially completed his political comeback just five months after tendering his resignation.
Alitalia said on Tuesday its board had decided to formally ask the government for the carrier to be put under special administration.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on the latest headlines including how Libya is saying 74 bodies of migrants washed ashore in a western city on the Mediterranean Sea.
Tesla will charge new owners of their Model S and Model X cars for using the automaker's Superchargers, and have also announced idle costs for any costs, The Verge reports.
Italians will eventually want to quit the euro area if their standard of living does not improve, he told German daily Tagesspiegel.