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2015/04/26 07:13
2015/04/26 07:13
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The Aragon Ballroom Use the slider to view the two photos The Aragon Ballroom was the first structure I photographed for the Then and Now series, back in September 2013. Once a magnet for Chicago's...
2015/04/26 07:13
2015/04/26 07:13
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2015/04/16 01:42
2015/04/16 01:42
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The Chicago City Council approved on Wednesday $5.25 million in settlements in two alleged police misconduct cases: the fatal shooting of a black teenager and a botched manslaughter investigation...
2015/04/15 16:47
2015/04/15 16:47
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WASHINGTON -- Chicago voters re-elected Democratic Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a runoff race on April 7, the culmination of an expensive election campaign. But although Emanuel emerged from the runoff with...
2015/04/15 01:10
2015/04/15 01:10
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Robert Blagojevich, the brother of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, speaks to the media following an appearance at the 1st Municipal Committee Meeting Chicago Bar Association at the Richard...
2015/04/14 18:38
2015/04/14 18:38
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Today, the only thing that might be considered is a prenuptial agreement. When Shirley and I were married in 1955, the only things we needed were a blood test, a three-day pass and a license. The...
2015/04/14 13:30
2015/04/14 13:30
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Lagos — The profile of the man now nicknamed the "Lion of Bourdillin," Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the national leader of the All Progressive Party (APC), has been on rise and may continue to rise in...
2015/04/10 16:14
2015/04/10 16:14
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It's tax time, also known as the season for cheating. Meanwhile, 11 former Atlanta educators were convicted recently in a student test-rigging plot. And we're still not over the shock of Jackie...
2015/04/10 05:13
2015/04/10 05:13
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Talking to Dick Gregory these days is a chore. Not because the man rambles — he's 82 and has earned the right. Not because every question for the famously philosophical comedian and activist — the...
2015/04/08 12:20
2015/04/08 12:20
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... Wait, more bipartisanship?!? Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Patty Murray (D-Wash.) have agreed on reforms to "No Child Left Behind," they said Tuesday. The agreement would reauthorize the...
2015/04/08 03:45
2015/04/08 03:45
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CHICAGO — There were 18 Chicago aldermanic races that went to a runoff — 12 of those races involved incumbent aldermen — and many of them have been voted out. In the 7th Ward, Ald. Natashia Holmes...
2015/04/07 11:42
2015/04/07 11:42
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Nearly six weeks later, as voters head to the polls once more, advocates seeking new reforms to years of Chicago police violence remain frustrated that Homan Square never became more of a direct...
2015/04/05 13:28
2015/04/05 13:28
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Today In History, April 5th Sunday April 5, 2015 9:16 AMUPDATED: Sunday April 5, 2015 9:19 AM Today is Easter Sunday, April 5, the 95th day of 2015. There are 270 days left in the year. Today's...
2015/04/05 04:38
2015/04/05 04:38
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Today is Easter Sunday, April 5, the 95th day of 2015. There are 270 days left in the year. Today's Highlights in History: On April 5, 1965, "My Fair Lady" won the Academy Award for best picture,...
2015/04/03 16:46
2015/04/03 16:46
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There’s a fight going on in Chicago, right now. Two men are punishing each other with body blows and occasional headshots. On one side, there’s a brazen pugilist who hits hard and hits often, on the...
2015/03/28 06:13
2015/03/28 06:13
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In the early 1960s, a Chicago alderman proposed naming what is now the Eisenhower Expressway after former Mayor Martin H. Kennelly, whose name nowadays may not be as recognizable as Daley or Emanuel,...
2015/03/27 15:13
2015/03/27 15:13
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... For the first four mayoral elections, there was no silent majority. When Chicagoans went to the polls, they had to state aloud their preference, privacy be damned. 2. Donald Haider, the Republican...
2015/03/27 11:13
2015/03/27 11:13
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When Illinois Secretary of State Paul Powell's body was found Oct. 11, 1970, in a Rochester, Minn., hotel room, political heavyweights tripped all over one another offering bipartisan tributes to the...
2015/04/26 07:13
2015/04/26 07:13
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