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  • CONCACAF Gold Cup 2013 TV schedule

     
    CONCACAF Gold Cup 2013 TV schedule includes all 25 matches on FOX Soccer and FOX from July 7-28. The CONCACAF Gold Cup — the biennial tournament for top national soccer teams from North America, Central America and the Caribbean, takes place July 7-...
  • Belated hurricane relief headed to battered Caribbean islands

     
    United Nations relief agencies are heading up a global mission to bring food, shelter and construction materials to Caribbean islands battered by Hurricane Sandy last week -- a belated response by the world body whose New York headquarters and staff...
  • Kings executive Ron Hextall returns to Flyers

    Kings executive Ron Hextall returns to Flyers
    Ron Hextall, the legendary Philadelphia Flyers goaltender who has been the Kings' vice president/assistant general manager for seven years, is returning to Philadelphia as the team's assistant GM/director of hockey operations. Although the move might...
  • Same old, same old in Syria

    President Obama's on-and-off-again planned American attack on Syria is nothing new. Besides its five declared wars, America has a habit of intervening all over the world. Even apart from clandestine CIA operations, and even after the unhappy end of the...
  • Commentary: From collecting shoes to saving lives

    Three and a half years ago, disaster struck Haiti. A 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit near Port-au-Prince on Jan. 12, 2010. More than 200,000 lives were lost. Almost 2 million people were left homeless, countless children were orphaned, buildings crumbled and...
  • Meet Emily Lipman, The New Atlanta’s business-minded beauty

     
    Yes, Emily Lipman is the beautiful blond fireball taking castmate Alexandra Dilworth to task for her “trophy wife” aspirations in the premiere episode of Bravo’s The New Atlanta. But, as viewers will soon discover, Lipman’s drive...
  • So far, there's nothing revolutionary about Al Jazeera America

    Fires may rage and the U.N. roil, but let's scratch one hot-button concern off the national agenda: Al Jazeera America will not be overthrowing the American way of life any time soon. During its first week on air, even with a news cycle heavy on Syria,...
  • Nine years ago, Hurricane Jeanne gave Florida one last smack

    Nine years ago, Hurricane Jeanne gave Florida one last smack
    The blue tarps were already out in force after Florida had been smacked around by Hurricane Charley, Frances and Ivan, but the 2004 Atlantic hurricane season had one last sucker punch for the Sunshine State -- Jeanne. Nine years ago just before...
  • The annual report: Your giving worked

    It's time to report back. This year, in this column space, we made efforts to help those less fortunate by starting or boosting several charities. I wrote their stories. You came to their aid. Here's progress you should be proud of: Mother Batie's...
  • A woman lives, thanks to simple act of caring

    PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti -- How do you save a life? You start by finding it. This was a typical hot day at the mission orphanage in Haiti. Our group of volunteers, nicknamed the Detroit Muscle Crew, was busy hammering, plumbing, wiring and slapping down...
  • A School Opens in Haiti

    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- The children nudged forward, like racehorses at the post. Some wore purple shirts, some wore blue. "Are you ready?" someone yelled. "YES!" they screamed back. Usually, kids are dying to get out of school. These kids were...