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Chicago Tribune
Groups encourage more gay couples to adopt children, be foster parentsWith same-sex marriage widely accepted a year after it was legalized by the Sup
Groups encourage more gay couples to adopt children, be foster parents
Chicago Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
With same-sex marriage widely accepted a year after it was legalized by the Supreme Court, some community groups are hoping less rigid attitudes will prompt more gay and lesbian couples to consider fostering or adopting a child. "Across the country... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Jim Dey: Mark Kirk running hardEvery election year has its own special rhythms that come in the form of politi
Jim Dey: Mark Kirk running hard
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
Every election year has its own special rhythms that come in the form of political trends and public moods. It's a fair bet that the 2016 election in Illinois will be known more for its oddities than rhythms. Democratic president nominee Hillary... Read more
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Newsweek
Inside Hillary Clinton's old girls' networkThey came for Bill but left with Hillary. San Francisco philanthropist Susie T
Inside Hillary Clinton's old girls' network
Newsweek / Posted 9 days ago
They came for Bill but left with Hillary. San Francisco philanthropist Susie Tompkins Buell says the first time she was in the same room with Hillary Clinton was at a Bay Area fundraiser for Bill Clinton, in the early 1990s. Hillary was there to... Read more
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Daily Mail
5 Christian pastors fight Illinois ban on gay conversion therapy'Converting gays is our God-given right': Christian pastors fight Illinois ban
5 Christian pastors fight Illinois ban on gay conversion therapy
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
'Converting gays is our God-given right': Christian pastors fight Illinois ban on controversial therapy for LGBT minors Five clerics want exemption to law which banned gay conversion therapy Comprehensive law bars therapists from trying to alter... Read more
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Kewanee Star Courier
Five WHS alumni to be honored Oct. 22of 3 - Dr. William E. ConnerBill Conner many be the only Wethersfield High Scho
Five WHS alumni to be honored Oct. 22
Kewanee Star Courier / Posted 13 days ago
of 3 - Dr. William E. ConnerBill Conner many be the only Wethersfield High School graduate who has a moth named after them.In high school, he loved all kinds of science and was vice president of Mu Alpha Theta, a select group of students who... Read more
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Business Wire
Walgreens Launches Safe Medication Disposal Kiosk Program in IllinoisDEERFIELD, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Walgreens today is launching its safe medicat
Walgreens Launches Safe Medication Disposal Kiosk Program in Illinois
Business Wire / Posted 17 days ago
DEERFIELD, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Walgreens today is launching its safe medication disposal kiosk program in Illinois with the installation of drug take-back kiosks at 45 Walgreens drugstores in Illinois. The launch is part of Walgreens effort,... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Reader letters: CPS doesn't make it easy for companies to get involved, moreCPS STANDS IN THE WAY Question: Why don't local companies step up to help Chic
Reader letters: CPS doesn't make it easy for companies to get involved, more
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 18 days ago
CPS STANDS IN THE WAY Question: Why don't local companies step up to help Chicago schools? Answer: Chicago Public Schools. Chicago companies are interested in working to advance educational opportunities in CPS schools but are not motivated by... Read more
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NBC News
Young Latinos of the Obama White House: Witnesses, Participants in HistoryWASHINGTON D.C — At first glance, the young Latinos gathered for a group photo
Young Latinos of the Obama White House: Witnesses, Participants in History
NBC News / Posted 21 days ago
WASHINGTON D.C — At first glance, the young Latinos gathered for a group photo on a winding driveway seem like typical millennials. Awaiting direction from a photographer, they chatted about mutual friends and work. One young man helped another... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Illinois now has nation's most comprehensive birth-control law, advocates say Thousands of Illinois women will have an easier time affording the birth-cont
Illinois now has nation's most comprehensive birth-control law, advocates say
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 22 days ago
Thousands of Illinois women will have an easier time affording the birth-control pills and other contraceptives that are best for them under a bill Gov. Bruce Rauner... Read more
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Reuters
The Big Squeeze: This election year, it’s all about the moneyHillary Clinton greets workers at Munster Steel in Hammond, Indiana, United Sta
The Big Squeeze: This election year, it’s all about the money
Reuters / Posted 22 days ago
Hillary Clinton greets workers at Munster Steel in Hammond, Indiana, United States, April 26, 2016. MIDDLETOWN, CONN. - Two years ago, Judy Konopka and Craig Diangelo lost their jobs in the IT department of what was then known as Northeast... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
From sex scandals to Karl Marx: 23 years of Bughouse Square Debate topicsThat's not the case at the Bughouse Square Debates, a 30-year tradition in Chic
From sex scandals to Karl Marx: 23 years of Bughouse Square Debate topics
Chicago Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
That's not the case at the Bughouse Square Debates, a 30-year tradition in Chicago hosted by the Newberry Library in Washington Square Park where a healthy debate is the point. Hosted by the Newberry Library since 1986, the debates became popular... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. to be freed after 35 yearsThirty-five years after he shot President Ronald Reagan and three others outsid
Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. to be freed after 35 years
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
Thirty-five years after he shot President Ronald Reagan and three others outside a District of Columbia hotel, John W. Hinckley Jr. will be released from a government psychiatric hospital, a federal judge ordered Wednesday. The ruling ends the... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
July 262013: Singer-songwriter and guitarist J.J. Cale, one of the originators of the
July 26
KTXS Abilene / Posted 28 days ago
2013: Singer-songwriter and guitarist J.J. Cale, one of the originators of the "Tulsa Sound" musical style and the author of songs such as "Cocaine," "After Midnight" and "Call Me the Breeze," dies of heart failure at age 74 in La Jolla,... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
July 262013: Singer-songwriter and guitarist J.J. Cale, one of the originators of the
July 26
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 28 days ago
2013: Singer-songwriter and guitarist J.J. Cale, one of the originators of the "Tulsa Sound" musical style and the author of songs such as "Cocaine," "After Midnight" and "Call Me the Breeze," dies of heart failure at age 74 in La Jolla,... Read more
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Daily Herald
Each Illinois legislator costs us an average of $100,000 a yearThe average Illinois legislator cost taxpayers $99,968 last year. That's accor
Each Illinois legislator costs us an average of $100,000 a year
Daily Herald / Posted 29 days ago
The average Illinois legislator cost taxpayers $99,968 last year. That's according to a new study released by the Illinois Policy Institute today that shows $18,094,238 was spent on salaries, stipends, benefits and reimbursements for 181 current and... Read more
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KECI Missoula
July 262013: Singer-songwriter and guitarist J.J. Cale, one of the originators of the
July 26
KECI Missoula / Posted 30 days ago
2013: Singer-songwriter and guitarist J.J. Cale, one of the originators of the "Tulsa Sound" musical style and the author of songs such as "Cocaine," "After Midnight" and "Call Me the Breeze," dies of heart failure at age 74 in La Jolla,... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
City Club of Chicago: City of Chicago Finances: Are We on the Brink?Laurence Msall, John Kass, Naomi Richman, and Fran Spielman during the City of
City Club of Chicago: City of Chicago Finances: Are We on the Brink?
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 30 days ago
Laurence Msall, John Kass, Naomi Richman, and Fran Spielman during the City of Chicago Finances panel at the City Club of Chicago, July 25, 2016 (City Club of Chicago) Laurence Msall, John Kass, Naomi Richman, and Fran Spielman during the City of... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Polish up your soapbox for Bughouse Square DebatesThey were sitting in the shade because it was above 90 degrees and it was humid
Polish up your soapbox for Bughouse Square Debates
Chicago Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
They were sitting in the shade because it was above 90 degrees and it was humid and the middle of a Saturday afternoon and they had nothing better to do, these few people scattered around the park that sits across Walton Street from the Newberry... Read more
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Slate
Why Do People Hate Hillary Clinton So Much?The Hillary HatersFew figures in American political life have inspired such dee
Why Do People Hate Hillary Clinton So Much?
Slate / Posted a month ago
The Hillary HatersFew figures in American political life have inspired such deep and decades-long contempt. But why? In 1996, the New Yorker published “Hating Hillary,” Henry Louis Gates’ reported piece on the widespread animosity for the then–First... Read more

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