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An Aberdeen man wanted for murder in Chicago has agreed to be extradited to face the charge. Daniel E. Neasom, 29, voluntarily agreed to be extradited, according to court paperwork filed after a Monday court hearing. Tom Schmitt, chief deputy with the...
Nearly every morning, before 7 a.m., Dr. Kenneth Polonsky is dropped off near the Lakefront Trail on Chicago's South Side, a few steps from Lake Michigan. He carries no briefcase, wears no suit and has no cup of coffee, the standard trappings of his...
Even by the jaded standards of Illinois politics, former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s spending spree with his campaign cash sounds breathtakingly shameless, partly because it sounds so senseless. Back in the early 1980s, his father, the Rev. Jesse L....
Since Cuban film producer Carlos Vives died in Havana last week at 71, tributes have floated in from newspapers and websites across the Spanish-speaking world. Except, of course, in the United States, where because of Cold War-era political rationales...
Tags: Havana (Cuba), Cuba, Natalie Portman, Movies, Media Industry
Tribune reporterSun-Times Media, which owns the Chicago Sun-Times and 40 suburban newspapers, has laid off several longtime suburban editors and other staffers as it begins to consolidate operations in its downtown Chicago offices. Layoffs took place at the...
KickingTiresThe sky was literally raining money yesterday in Vernon Hills, Ill. Hundreds of dollars flew through a busy intersection in the Chicago suburb, causing a traffic jam as motorists tried to catch the cash; $100 and $10 bills swirled through......
WASHINGTON -- Jesse Jackson Jr. arrived in court wearing a leather bracelet, not the gold-plated Rolex watch he bought with $43,350 in federal campaign cash. The former congressman's head was bare, unadorned by the Michael Jackson fedora, purchased with...
Tags: Mayo Clinic, Elections, Rick Santorum, Court Preliminary, Judges
Change of SubjectHere's guessing that when the state's top Democrats gather these days, they're superstitiously avoiding mention of the coup attempt brewing in the Illinois GOP. Goodness knows they don't want to jinx it. The Illinois Republican State Central Committee has...
TriQuarterly still serves as his calling card. Seven years after his death and nearly four decades after he stepped down as editor, Charles Newman will always be best remembered as the dashing pipe-smoker who took Northwestern University's sleepy literary...
Hunched over a desk in his spartan Westwood apartment, David Klawans squints at his computer monitor and knits his brow in concentration. "I'm perusing," he says. His eyes dart between headlines almost indecipherable on a Web page displaying about 800...
Almost a year after her daughter Whitney Houston's death, Cissy Houston is opening up about that horrible day and its repercussions. The gospel singer, whose family called the superstar "Nippy," has written a memoir, "Remembering Whitney," and done an...
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