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  • North Korea 2014 meets Rome AD 65

    North Korea 2014 meets Rome AD 65
    This week, as the Ides of March approaches — the March 15 anniversary of the assassination of Julius Caesar, a determined but ultimately fruitless attempt by Roman senators to stop their government from sliding toward dictatorship — the...
  • Chan Lowe: The Kansas Jewish Center shootings

    Chan Lowe: The Kansas Jewish Center shootings
    In its prime, the Roman Empire spanned most of the known western world. Its perimeter encompassed countless races and ethnicities. Rome’s strength and solidity derived partly from her ability to assimilate these polyglot peoples, while impressing...
  • Young advocate seeks pope's aid on immigration

    Young advocate seeks pope's aid on immigration
    A 10-year-old student from Noble Avenue Elementary School in North Hills visited the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels last week on a diplomatic mission. Jersey Vargas, a fourth-grader, was about to leave for Rome and a possible visit with Pope...
  • Another complaint about Capital One bafflegab

    Maybe Capital One should take a course in remedial English. The credit card issuer seems to be having a tough time communicating relatively simple ideas. Betty Rome, for example, would be thousands of dollars wealthier now had Cap One expressed itself...
  • Behind the scenes at Charlie Crist's book tour stop in Fort Lauderdale

    Behind the scenes at Charlie Crist's book tour stop in Fort Lauderdale
    Original post | 10 a.m. Updated with pictures (above) | 10:45 a.m. (With thanks for many of the pictures to Fort Lauderdale photographer Art Seitz.) A little unfinished business from Charlie Crist’s book tour stop in Fort Lauderdale. •...
  • Theater review: 'Julius Caesar' from Orlando Shakespeare Theater

     Theater review: 'Julius Caesar' from Orlando Shakespeare Theater
    Using a cast of seven to present Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," a play with dozens of characters, unquestionably requires a lot of the actors. At Orlando Shakespeare Theater, director Tina Packer also expects a lot of her audience. Actors change roles...
  • Pope tells Mafia to stop evil or prepare for hell

    ROME (Reuters) - Pope Francis, in an annual ceremony held to remember the hundreds of innocent people murdered by the Italian mafia, made a solemn plea for mobsters to change or else "end up in hell". The mafia continues to plague much of southern Italy:...
  • 'Noah' Star Russell Crowe Breaks His Silence About Meeting the Pope

    Russell Crowe broke his silence about his much-publicized trip to Vatican City last week, sharing details about why it was so important for him to visit Pope Francis. Crowe, who had been tweeting the Pope about his upcoming Biblical adventure for weeks,...
  • Italy's Taviani Brothers Set To Shoot 'Decameron' Adaptation

    ROME - Venerable Italian helming duo Paolo and Vittorio Taviani, whose "Caesar Must Die" won the 2012 Berlin Golden Bear, will shoot "Maraviglioso Boccaccio," an adaptation of Giovanni Boccaccio's 14th century classic "The Decameron," with cameras set...
  • President Obama seeks to bolster ties with Saudi Arabia

    ROME — After spending four days in Europe dealing with the crisis over Russia's annexation of Crimea, President Obama now turns to a diplomatic challenge of another sort: trying to smooth relations with Saudi Arabia without making the longtime U.S....
  • Commentary: Really think about the meaning of Lent

    Lent, a religious season that is about so much more than avoiding chocolate, is drawing near. For many in the Christian faith, Lent is a time to reflect on the awful journey toward death that led to Jesus' crucifixion. One question that arises often on...