The Tony-winning director of the musical phenomenon talks with Newsweek about the show's expansion and versatility, as well as Lin-Manuel Miranda's hair.
The bombardment comes as the Syrian army prepares a supporting ground assault.
The strike also killed nine rebel fighters in the town of Khan Touman, NGO and monitors said.
Dozens of strikes in or around Aleppo left at least 32 people dead after the ceasefire ended.
The "regime of calm" came to an end at midnight on Monday.
Guardiola's City face United on Saturday.
New talks between John Kerry and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov ended without agreement.
Alexander Fishenko was sentenced to ten years for working as a Russian spy.
Washington and Moscow could combine forces to coordinate strikes against extremist groups.
Technology exists to help food products out of containers, but getting soap out is much harder.
The U.S. activist, who won a landmark court case for equal marriage, finds hope in a child's attitude to love.
Syed Shafeeq Rahman, a physician by profession, said he had known the gunman since he was an unruly child.
Florida Senator and former presidential candidate also said gun control not the right approach.
Robbie Keane, the LA Galaxy striker, believes Ronaldo could move to the MLS to end his playing days.
The far-right figure hails Donald Trump's victory to become the Republican presidential nominee.
The serviceman was the third American to be killed in direct combat since 2014.
Boris Johnson says Obama's "In" stance on Brexit vote is hypocritical.
The U.S. ranks in the bottom third of rich countries when it comes to income inequality among children.
The Democratic presidential candidate tore into Trump at a campaign rally in Brooklyn.