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  • As militants overrun Christian communities in northwest Iraq, thousands are forced to flee

    IRBIL, Iraq They have gone from comfortable lives in historic towns and villages in Iraq's parched Nineveh plains to the precarious existence of refugees unsure about their next meal and where they will spend the night and even whether they belong in this...
  • With rise of Islamic State, Christians feel Iraq is no longer home

    With rise of Islamic State, Christians feel Iraq is no longer home
    They have gone from comfortable lives in historic towns and villages in Iraq's parched Nineveh plains to the precarious existence of refugees unsure about their next meal and where they will spend the night — and even whether they belong in this...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Windham Habitat for Humanity Has New Home at Access

    The Access Community Action Agency has welcomed Habitat for Humanity - Windham Area to their offices at 1315 Main St. in Willimantic. Access is able to support the important work of Habitat by providing office space rent free and use of a large conference...
  • Kent Brantly, doctor being treated for Ebola, says he's 'growing stronger'

    Kent Brantly, doctor being treated for Ebola, says he's 'growing stronger'
    Dr. Kent Brantly, one of two Ebola patients being treated in the United States, says he is “growing stronger every day.” In a statement written from his isolation unit at Emory University Hospital, Brantly thanked supporters and said “...
  • Louis B. Fleming dies at 85; one of Los Angeles Times' first foreign correspondents

    Louis B. Fleming dies at 85; one of Los Angeles Times' first foreign correspondents
    Louis B. Fleming, who was one of The Times' first foreign correspondents and established bureaus for the newspaper at the United Nations and in Rome, died Sunday at his Pasadena home after a brief illness, said a daughter, Leni Fleming. He was 85. He...
  • The GOP's uncharitable view of child migrants [Letter]

    The GOP's uncharitable view of child migrants [Letter]
    Regarding Ellen Sauerbrey's recent letter on child immigration, I suppose that as a conservative Republican Ms. Sauerbrey is also a good Christian woman, yet her rather negative response to the problem of child migrants is anything but Christian ("...
  • Apopka on path to allow Sunday liquor sales

    Apopka on path to allow Sunday liquor sales
    Apopka Mayor Joe Kilsheimer on Wednesday introduced an ordinance that would relax the strictest ban on Sunday liquor sales in Central Florida. Orange County's second-largest city is the only community in Central Florida that forbids the sale of beer,...
  • Supreme Court ruling on prayer at board meetings still reverberates

    The letter arrived in Sue Galloway's mailbox with no return address and a brief message warning Galloway, who is Jewish, to "be careful." It was signed "666." Across town, Linda Stephens, an atheist, received a similarly worded letter, along with a...
  • Co-director of "Frozen" will film classic "A Wrinkle in Time" for Disney

    Co-director of "Frozen" will film classic "A Wrinkle in Time" for Disney
    Let’s be clear from the beginning. There is such a thing as a tesseract, and Disney is going to let the writer and co-director of its wildly popular “Frozen” tackle a film adaptation of the sci-fi and fantasy classic that will explain...
  • Palestinian-Americans return to Jordan for culture clash nuptials in 'May in the Summer'

    The religious and cultural fault lines of the Middle East get thoroughly blurred in "May in the Summer," the second feature film from the Palestinian-American actress-writer-director Cherien Dabis ("Amreeka"). The setting and various religious rifts...
  • Dr. Richard G. Thomas Jr., veteran educator

    Dr. Richard G. Thomas Jr., veteran educator
    Dr. Richard G. Thomas Jr., a longtime Baltimore County educator who helped in the integration of county public schools in the 1950s, died Thursday of complications of a stroke at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Harwood resident was 82. The son...