Adele and Beyonce each won nominations Tuesday in three of the four top Grammy categories, setting the stage for a battle between the two singers to dominate music's biggest awards. Adele and Beyonce were each nominated for Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year at the Grammys, which will take place on February 12.
By Isla Binnie ROME (Reuters) - Twenty-year-old Francesco Incorvaia, a sociology student from Rome, was just the kind of voter Matteo Renzi had spent years trying to win over. Italy's youngest ever prime minister had changed labor laws in a bid to reduce one of Europe's highest youth unemployment rates, handed cash to low earners and proposed constitutional amendments to streamline lawmaking and boost an ailing economy. "At least this way there is an idea that the people can still have some say, without leaving too much power in the hands of people who don't care about us," Incorvaia said, standing outside his university department in Rome.