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  • Robin Williams worked with several actors with Lehigh Valley connections

    Robin Williams worked with several actors with Lehigh Valley connections
    The late comedian and actor Robin Williams worked with several actors who have Lehigh Valley connections. And he drew 4,500 to a comedy show in 1986 at Lehigh University's Stabler Arena. The Morning Call review of the Stabler show called him a "one-...
  • Calculating Hillary Clinton gets the math all wrong

    Picture the ad, either in the Democratic primaries or from a liberal independent candidate: Hillary Clinton a pro-Wall Street buckraker, a foreign policy interventionist championing George W. Bush's invasion of Iraq and looking like a lukewarm supporter...
  • Mercado petrolero está bien abastecido pese a conflictos geopolíticos: AIE

    LONDRES (Reuters) - Grandes aumentos en la producción petrolera de América del Norte están ayudando a mantener a los mercados bien abastecidos, dijo el martes el regulador energético de Occidente, lo que sugiere que es improbable que los precios suban...
  • Se reanudan los enfrentamientos entre facciones rivales en la capital de Libia

    TRÍPOLI (Reuters) - Fuertes bombardeos se reanudaron el domingo en la capital libia, Trípoli, luego de tres días de relativa calma tras más de un mes de enfrentamientos en las calles entre facciones rivales armadas que se disputan el control del...
  • Obama weighs Iraq crisis response; airdrops, airstrikes among options

    Obama weighs Iraq crisis response; airdrops, airstrikes among options
    United States officials are “closely monitoring” a potential “humanitarian catastrophe” in northern Iraq but will not be sending combat troops back into the country, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Thursday. Earnest...
  • Adam Taylor: Why U.S. bombs are falling on Iraq and not Syria

    If you had said, one year ago, that the United States would have been militarily involved in a Middle East crisis, few people would have batted an eyelid. President Barack Obama had spent months trying to convince the United States public and Congress...
  • A failing state across the Mediterranean from Europe

    The following editorial appeared in the Orange County Register on Wednesday, Aug. 6: "No one in Libya can win. Enough is enough. I have lost hope in Libyans." That is the verdict of Mahmoud Okok, a civil engineer in his thirties, who is fleeing his...
  • US evacuates embassy in Libya

    WASHINGTON With Libya its most violent since its 2011 uprising, the United States drove its embassy staff and military personnel Saturday to neighboring Tunisia with U.S. military escorts flying overhead. The embassy staff will leave Tunisia and work...
  • As Obama pushes more Africa trade, security concerns loom

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama wants to persuade Americans to look beyond Africa's image of hunger and disease as he hosts a first-of-its-kind meeting of leaders of nearly all of Africa's nations this week. But as he pushes Americans to invest...
  • A cheat sheet for the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit

    A cheat sheet for the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit
    Africa's coming to town, and in a big way. Africa's movers and shakers are in Washington this week to meet with President Barack Obama about trade and investment opportunities, politics and U.S. interests in the region's stability. The 2014 U.S.-...
  • Tribeca Winner 'Point and Shoot' Gets U.S. Distribution

    The Orchard has acquired U.S. theatrical and digital rights to Marshall Curry's documentary "Point and Shoot," which won the documentary Grand Jury Prize at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film follows Matthew VanDyke, a 27-year-old with Obsessive...
  • Libya's parliament ducks fighting to meet in eastern city of Tobruk

    Libya's parliament ducks fighting to meet in eastern city of Tobruk
    Libya's newly elected parliament gathered for the first time Saturday, choosing the relatively peaceful eastern city of Tobruk to avoid the deteriorating security situation in the capital, Tripoli. The emergency meeting to discuss the crisis in the...