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“I’d like to respond to a person put in here about the city or the county needing a consultant to tell them what to do. They hit it right on the button. We elect these people to make the decisions for the taxpayers. If they can’t make...
President Barack Obama said Tuesday that he did not pull the May G-8 meeting from Chicago because he feared his hometown couldn't handle all the fuss, contending instead that the gathering of the world's largest economic powers is better suited to a...
Tags: Lollapalooza, Government, Barack Obama, Rahm Emanuel, G8
WGN NewsChicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel made his first public comments Wednesday about the city losing the G8 Summit. Chicago was supposed to host the G8 and NATO Summits in May. But, the White House pulled a stunner when it announced on Monday President Barack Obama...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Barack Obama, Summits, Rahm Emanuel, G8
— Mayor Rahm Emanuel offered little insight Wednesday into why President Barack Obama pulled the May G-8 summit from Chicago and declined to say if he knew his former boss had for some time been considering moving the meeting to Camp David....
Tags: Government, Barack Obama, Rahm Emanuel, G8, Corporate Officers
MOSCOW (AP) — Now that his return to the Kremlin is secure, Vladimir Putin may tone down the anti-Americanism that was a big part of his presidential campaign, but he seems certain to stand his ground in disputes with the United States. Yet while...
Tags: Afghanistan, Barack Obama, G8, Vladimir Putin, Pakistan
Clout StreetPresident Barack Obama today said he was confident in Chicago's ability to host a gathering of world leaders and played down the notion that security concerns had anything to do with the decision to move the May G-8 meeting from Chicago to Camp David. In...
Tags: Lollapalooza, Grant Park, Barack Obama, G8, Vladimir Putin
Lieberman bashing Moffett over Egypt lobbying. But who knows if Joe might change his mind - it's happened beforeHow nice to see Joe Lieberman and his old U.S. Senate buddy John McCain all pissed off that lobbyists like former Connecticut Congressman Toby Moffett are still working for the Egyptian generals despite the generals’ anti-democratic actions....
Mark Allen Lewis, 87, of Stottlemyer Road, Garfield, Md., passed away Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011, at his home. Born Sept. 13, 1924, in Garfield, he was the son of the late Claude C. and Annie (Hayes) Lewis. He attended Forrest School in Garfield. Mark was...
With 2011 drawing to a close, The Herald-Mail took a look back at some of the stories the newspaper published during the year. We will follow up on some of those stories each day through Saturday to provide a glimpse of what happened next. Fire...
L.A. at HomeSunnylands: Sunnylands, the Rancho Mirage fantasyland of Walter and Leonore Annenberg, is opening for public tours in March....
Change of SubjectA roundup of state and local news-review and weekly political chat shows. Descriptions provided by the broadcast outlets in most cases: Connected to Chicago (mp3) (WLS-AM) Guest host John Dempsey with Lynn Sweet of the Sun Times, Eric Zorn and......
Change of SubjectMy Wednesday print column pulls portions out of the following e-mail dialogue (lightly edited) I had with Andy Thayer, local veteran activist and spokesman for the Coalition Against NATO/G-8 War & Poverty Agenda: To Andy: I’d like to do short......
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