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Associated PressRahm Emanuel combines political instincts, White House experience and a Chicago tough-guy attitude - traits he's likely to need as President-elect Obama's new chief of staff. His combative style as political director in the early days of the Clinton...
Sun reporterWashington // Taken together, the stories of the 2,000 American soldiers who have died in Iraq in the past two years tell a poignant tale about who is bearing the largest burden. The victims are disproportionately working-class young men, most in their...
Sun StaffFires raged, chemicals leaked, smoke climbed to the sky and the possibility of an explosion was a constant worry. And amid it all, in the middle of a century-old tunnel where temperatures were approaching 1,500 degrees, an investigation had to begin. It...
Chicago TribuneAs the government pushes toward a measure to try to toughen accounting oversight and corporate governance laws, several experts are expressing concern with key disciplinary provisions, saying they don't necessarily provide new tools but would shift...
Sun StaffIn 1982, NBC first broadcast Family Ties and the nation first met Alex P. Keaton. The show was supposed to be about his parents -- ex-hippies Steve and Elyse who once protested the Vietnam War and volunteered in the Peace Corps. But it was their...
September Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star: TV child star of the '70s, Dickie Roberts (David Spade) is now 35 and parking cars. Craving to regain the spotlight, he auditions for the role of a "normal" guy, but the director quickly sees he is anything...
Sun Foreign StaffJERUSALEM - The staff of Shaare Zedek Medical Center quickly swung into action Tuesday night when their pagers sounded with news of a suicide bombing. Then the train of ambulances arrived, and patients crying in agony began filling examination rooms and...
Chicago Tribune Staff WritersAs the nation's major recording companies pull out their big guns to fight illegal music trafficking, the industry shouldn't expect parents and universities to join in their game of cops and downloaders. "Most parents who would walk into their child's...
Sun StaffWhen the cab hurtling through midtown Manhattan stops, a young man in a gray suit unfolds himself and steps to the curb. The camera pulls back to reveal a gleaming legend above an entrance: The New York Times. The front page of The Times' Metropolitan...
The Wall Street JournalRobert Hall has been puzzling over a thorny question for nearly a year: What do you call an economy that has started expanding again but keeps destroying jobs? Hall, an economist, heads a committee at the National Bureau of Economic Research, an academic...
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