After being detained in Panama Thursday, the US State Department said Friday that Robert Lady, a former CIA operative, is now headed back to the US. The strange part: Lady was held in Panama because he's a wanted man in Italy.
There's a historical band that used to travel Italy "healing" people who had been bitten by spiders. While spider bites get more modern treatment now, a new band has taken up their style, and even adopted one of their song names, to help people heal from the wounds of the financial recession.
Italian police have arrested a senior Catholic cleric, Monsignor Nunzio Scarano. He is accused of attempting to smuggle millions in cash into Italy for a family friend. Scarano is also a senior accountant in the Vatican's financial administration.
Italian paleopathologist Valentina Giuffra has been studying the skeletons of nine children born to the Medici family in Florence during the Renaissance. She tells anchor Marco Werman that their bones showed signs of rickets.
An ice cream parlor in Rome recently unleashed a wave of protests when it charged some British tourists $21 per ice cream cone. It was just the latest instance of tourists getting ripped off in the Eternal City, as Megan Williams reports from Rome.
American media seem to have dwindling interest in the trial of Bradley Manning, the US Army private who leaked masses of US government documents to Wikileaks. But foreign media outlets continue to send reporters to the hearings.
Phoenix welcomes more refugees than almost any other American city. It's also home to a great many undocumented immigrants. One group of refugee children is finding its way in a new home on the soccer field, coach by an undocumented immigrant.