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  • Kerry vows to help Iraq fight militants, says U.S. won't send troops

    WASHINGTON — Secretary of State John F. Kerry pledged Sunday to "do everything that is possible" to help Iraqi government forces in an escalating battle against Al Qaeda-linked insurgents in the western province of Anbar, but he said the Obama...
  • Vatican says pope's comments on gay couples don't mark policy change

    ROME -- Pope Francis has taken another step toward making the Catholic Church more inclusive by telling priests to rethink how they reach out to the children of gay and separated parents. But the Vatican warned Sunday against reading too much into the...
  • Maliki calls on Iraqis to expel Al Qaeda from Anbar or face attack

    Maliki calls on Iraqis to expel Al Qaeda from Anbar or face attack
    Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki urged the residents of Fallouja to expel Al Qaeda-aligned militants who seized the city last week or deal with an imminent attack by government forces to regain the Sunni Muslim stronghold, news agencies in Baghdad...
  • Will Israel's Arabs get a say in its future?

    There were a number of disturbing findings in last week's poll by the Israeli Democracy Institute and Tel Aviv University, released just as negotiators were preparing to resume Middle East peace talks in Jerusalem on Wednesday. But one less-remarked-...
  • 'Out in the Dark' director brings Palestinian-Israeli affair to light

     'Out in the Dark' director brings Palestinian-Israeli affair to light
    After completing his military service in Israel, Michael Mayer left his homeland in 1995 to attend film school at USC. After graduating, he made some short films and executive-produced a 2008 documentary, "Driving Men," that made the rounds of festivals....
  • MGM's 'Ben-Hur' Remake Draws Timur Bekmambetov

    Timur Bekmambetov ("Wanted") is in negotiations direct MGM's reboot of "Ben-Hur," the studio's 1959 epic starring Charlton Heston. Sean Daniel and Joni Levin are producing the the remake. Jason Brown will exec produce with screenwriter Keith Clarke. The...
  • The Israeli Spring

    Israel could be forgiven for having a siege mentality -- given that at any moment, old frontline enemies Syria and Egypt might spill their violence over common borders. The Arab Spring has turned Israel's once-predictable adversaries into the chaotic...
  • Variety's Picks: 'Breaking Bad: The Middle School Musical,' Lady Gaga, Madden NFL 25, More

    Variety selects the videos (below), games, apps, books, music and more (photo gallery, above) you should know about each week. Breaking Bad: The Middle School Musical Rhett & Link The comedy duo, known for their viral advertising videos, direct a cast...
  • Acts of charity are especially wonderful ways to give thanks to God

    Q: I'm interested in knowing how can we thank God in a manner which is acceptable to Him. I am Muslim by faith and looked to the Quran about it. There are innumerable places in the Quran where God wants us to thank Him for all His blessings, but I could...
  • Syrian crisis casts shadow over Jewish holidays

    Syrian crisis casts shadow over Jewish holidays
    According to Jewish tradition, those who atone over the High Holidays for the sins of the past year will be granted peace, prosperity and life. As thousands of area Jews prepare to begin the solemn season Wednesday night amid high tensions in the Middle...
  • My Answer: Bored in church? Look inside yourself

    Q: You're always telling people to go to church, but all the churches I've been to are so boring I can't stand it. You'll probably tell me just to keep looking, but why should I? Besides that, I enjoy having a day to myself. — K.W.W. A: Let me...