Luiz Romero, Quartz

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How the US and other major powers handle their leadership’s line of succession

Donald Trump is in quarantine in the White House after testing positive for the coronavirus on the eve of the US presidential election. His doctor says he's continuing to run the country. → Read More

Italy’s bookstores are figuring out how to reopen a business after a lockdown

No browsing without gloves, for starters. → Read More

How different countries handle their leadership’s line of succession

British prime minister Boris Johnson has Covid-19 and is in intensive care, raising questions about a possible power vacuum in UK politics. → Read More

Photos: Hospitalized coronavirus patients are being moved out of Paris by train

With capacity for four patients and six medical workers per car, the trains can alleviate the pressure on the capital's hospitals. → Read More

Italy convinced people to stay home. Now it needs to help them cope

The lockdown is taking its toll on the country's mental health. → Read More

More than 100,000 people have been caught defying Italy’s lockdown

The government is considering increasing fines to between €500 and €4,000. → Read More

Italian delivery workers want people to stop ordering stuff they don't need

"Access to income and health are rights, not a gourmet hamburger." → Read More

Under lockdown, Italy debates if physical newspapers are essential

Do they provide an essential service when everything else is shut down? → Read More

Stores in Milan find creative ways to enforce Italy’s strict coronavirus rules

Milanese stores are finding creative ways to enforce Italy's new containment rules. → Read More

As Italy orders drastic measures to stop coronavirus, some get ingenious

People tried to escape quarantined cities on Sunday, despite being asked to stay put by the government. → Read More

Once resistant, Italy begins to take coronavirus more seriously

Complaints about global alarmism are finally dissipating as the outbreak continues to spread. → Read More

The US-Iran crisis is playing out in real time among officials on Twitter

And the platform itself is having an effect on the debate. → Read More

There’s one tiny bit of good news in the latest UN report on refugees

A record 70.8 million were forcibly displaced from their homes by conflict and persecution in 2018. → Read More

A boat captain is facing 20 years in prison for rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean

Italy calls the humanitarian groups a "human trafficking mafia," claiming activists like Pia Klemp do more harm than good. → Read More

Italy is evicting Steve Bannon from the medieval monastery he planned to turn into a far-right training academy

Arrivederci. → Read More

Even the Russians don’t seem interested in the European elections

Not this time. → Read More

EU: Who will replace Tajani, Juncker, Tusk, and Draghi? —

Together, they run the EU. → Read More

Maduro and Guaidó are gearing up for a showdown at the Venezuelan border

The army opened fire against civilians Friday, killing two people. → Read More

Roger Stone’s indictment hints at the origin of the #HillaryHealth conspiracy theories

Stone knew WikiLeaks was spreading rumors about Clinton's health, according to prosecutors. → Read More

Trump wasted no time supporting Venezuela’s new self-proclaimed interim president

Canada, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile are also backing Juan Guaidó, the opposition's best hope yet to oust Nicolás Maduro. → Read More