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  • Report that Russia plans to reopen Havana base triggers warnings

    MIAMI A report that Russia will reopen a Havana base that eavesdropped on U.S. communications from Key West, Fla., to Washington has triggered fresh warnings of Moscow's expansionism and predictions of a continued freeze in U.S.-Cuba relations.
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    • Decision day for Illinois primary election voters

      Decision day for Illinois primary election voters
      Illinois primary election day dawned Tuesday with voters getting to shape the Republican and Democratic fall tickets for contests ranging from governor and U.S. Senate down to the state legislature and county board. Polls opened across the state at 6 a....
    • Rivals play up Rauner's ties to figure in Blagojevich scandal

      Rivals play up Rauner's ties to figure in Blagojevich scandal
      Back in 1996, Atlanta-based dental insurer CompDent Corp. bought an Illinois competitor called Dental Care Plus Management Corp., a seemingly run-of-the mill business deal that would be long forgotten if it weren't now reverberating through the Republican...
    • Madigan proposes cutting business income tax in half

      Madigan proposes cutting business income tax in half
      SPRINGFIELD — House Speaker Michael Madigan played a little role reversal Thursday, proposing to cut in half the state income tax on corporations, a move that could further frame this year’s elections along economic lines as Democrats try to...
    • Quinn pushes for minimum wage increase, early childhood education spending

      Quinn pushes for minimum wage increase, early childhood education spending
      SPRINGFIELD — A re-election seeking Gov. Pat Quinn used his State of the State speech Wednesday to declare that Illinois is “making a comeback” under his leadership and unveil a modest agenda of spending more on early childhood...
    • Rutherford investigating employee allegation, blames Rauner

      Rutherford investigating employee allegation, blames Rauner
      State Treasurer Dan Rutherford on Friday said he’s the target of politically motivated misconduct allegations leveled against him by an employee, but the worker’s attorney called the matter “serious and real.” Neither...
    • Quinn wants to delay budget speech

      Quinn wants to delay budget speech
      SPRINGFIELD — Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn has remained mum on whether he wants to keep in place the state income-tax increase that starts to expire next year and now he’s taking steps that will allow him to stay silent until after the March 18...
    • Republican governor candidates split on sales tax

      Republican governor candidates split on sales tax
      The issue of broadening the state sales tax by applying it to services divided the Republican candidates for governor Tuesday. State Sens. Kirk Dillard and Bill Brady and equity investor Bruce Rauner indicated they’d consider the idea as part of a...
    • Misconduct case in GOP spotlight

      Misconduct case in GOP spotlight
      Republican governor rivals Dan Rutherford and Bruce Rauner directly confronted each other for the first time Monday amid controversy over misconduct allegations by a state treasurer’s office employee that have quickly become the focus of the...
    • Big money from labor and corporate elite floods into governor's race

       Big money from labor and corporate elite floods into governor's race
      When Bruce Rauner contributed more than $250,000 of his own money to his campaign for governor, it eliminated restrictions on the amount of money people could donate to his campaign or the campaigns of his competitors. In other words, a fundraising free-...
    • Why gay marriage question still matters in the GOP race for governor

       
      Practically speaking, Bruce Rauner is correct when he answers "doesn't matter" when asked for his views on same-sex marriage. He's one of four candidates for governor in next month's Republican primary, and there's a better chance that the state Capitol.....
    • Rauner lapping GOP field -- Tribune poll

       
      This is going to rattle some dishes: Winnetka venture capitalist Bruce Rauner has jumped out to a big lead in the Republican race for governor after spending millions of dollars on television ads to introduce himself to Illinois voters, a......
    • One more `gator aide will doom Rutherford

       
      Given the gravity of the moment, Kirk Dillard was wrong to lead with a joke. "The original Mayor Daley once said, 'I hear lotsa allegations, but I don't see no alligators,'" Dillard began. The crowd at Monday evening's Republican gubernatorial......

    New county government watchdog asks for public's help

    New county government watchdog asks for public's help
    Palm Beach County’s new local government watchdog is launching a public outreach effort during his first month on the job. Inspector General John Carey started with a July 10 open letter to Palm Beach County citizens, asking them to report...

    Deputies were trouble for Castros 25 years ago

    MIAMI Fidel Castro was so afraid of a revolt in Cuba's most elite paramilitary unit that he ordered his motorcade to avoid driving past its base, his top bodyguard at the time says. Raul Castro was so depressed he was going on drunken benders and...

    Obama seeks military aid for Syrian rebels

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama on Thursday asked Congress for the first lethal aid to arm moderate Syrian rebels in a move aimed against both Syrian President Bashar Assad and radical Islamists who have increasingly dominated the opposition movement....