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The Manteca Bulletin
Donald Trump: Sore loserIt was the shortest speech anyone can remember him giving. He was clearly in a
Donald Trump: Sore loser
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
It was the shortest speech anyone can remember him giving. He was clearly in a state of disbelief. How could it be? Whom could he fire? The great Donald had lost. It could not be true. He made it all the way to Wednesday before the Great One... Read more
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WBEZ91.5
City Colleges Faculty Votes No Confidence in ChancellorFaculty at the City Colleges of Chicago are saying they have no confidence in C
City Colleges Faculty Votes No Confidence in Chancellor
WBEZ91.5 / Posted 8 days ago
Faculty at the City Colleges of Chicago are saying they have no confidence in Chancellor Cheryl Hyman. Faculty Council President Jennifer Alexander, an early childhood development instructor at Richard J. Daley College, presented the declaration of... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Classmate held without bail in IIT student's killingAn Illinois Institute of Technology student killed his classmate with a large,
Classmate held without bail in IIT student's killing
Chicago Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
An Illinois Institute of Technology student killed his classmate with a large, thick tree branch after the two got into a dispute while driving home together from a North Side strip club, prosecutors said Saturday. Security officers spotted Carlos... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
A cop, a kid, a gun and a knife: A Chicago story from another timeThe last time a Chicago police officer was convicted of committing murder while
A cop, a kid, a gun and a knife: A Chicago story from another time
Chicago Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
The last time a Chicago police officer was convicted of committing murder while on duty, the case involved a kid, a knife, the cop and his gun. This isn't the one you've heard about lately, the case involving Laquan McDonald. This was another kid... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Student Beaten to Death by Fellow Student on IIT CampusAn Illinois Institute of Technology student was beaten to death by another stud
Student Beaten to Death by Fellow Student on IIT Campus
NBC Chicago / Posted 16 days ago
An Illinois Institute of Technology student was beaten to death by another student while returning to campus early Thursday morning. Jermiron “Jay” Morris, an undergraduate student at IIT, was found around 5 a.m in the 3000 block of South Wabash... Read more
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New York Magazine
NYMag Survey: Republican Voters Want ‘Testicular Fortitude’Republican voters in New Hampshire and Iowa, December 2015, and whom they plan
NYMag Survey: Republican Voters Want ‘Testicular Fortitude’
New York Magazine / Posted 17 days ago
Republican voters in New Hampshire and Iowa, December 2015, and whom they plan to vote for as of January 21. On February 1, Iowans will cast the first votes of the 2016 presidential election, and the only thing that’s clear is that this Republican... Read more
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Daily Herald
Constable: Dying woman's final wish zings ClintonRetired Arlington Heights teacher Julia A. Jachec died Thursday, two days after
Constable: Dying woman's final wish zings Clinton
Daily Herald / Posted 18 days ago
Retired Arlington Heights teacher Julia A. Jachec died Thursday, two days after her 85th birthday. But her sense of humor and political activism are thriving this week because of the last line in her obituary: "Julia's final request was that in lieu... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Melvin Holli, author and UIC history department chair, dies at 82Among the 18 books that Holli either wrote or edited was "The Making of the May
Melvin Holli, author and UIC history department chair, dies at 82
Chicago Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
Among the 18 books that Holli either wrote or edited was "The Making of the Mayor, Chicago 1983," a look at the contentious mayoral election from that year that ultimately saw Harold Washington take office. Also an archivist, Holli spent a... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
County Democrats punish own candidates Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion I have been a member of
County Democrats punish own candidates
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 22 days ago
Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion I have been a member of the Democratic Party for almost 50 years and I have never been more disappointed than by the recent actions of the Franklin County... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Sarah Palin Is Making Sense (Really!)Authored by Jon Schwarz, originally posted at The Intercept, [Trump] is behold
Sarah Palin Is Making Sense (Really!)
Zero Hedge / Posted 22 days ago
Authored by Jon Schwarz, originally posted at The Intercept, [Trump] is beholden to no one but we the people. ... Trump, what he’s been able to do, which is really ticking people off, which I’m glad about, he’s going rogue left and right, man.... Read more
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Daily Herald
Rosemont at 60: How town grew from dumps and potholesBefore it was an entertainment and business mecca of the suburbs, Rosemont was
Rosemont at 60: How town grew from dumps and potholes
Daily Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Before it was an entertainment and business mecca of the suburbs, Rosemont was an oft-flooded swampy area with pothole-ridden, unpaved roads, no streetlights and taverns that became hangouts for the mob. "There are times that I don't believe that... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Martin Luther King Jr. art installation to commemorate Marquette Park marchThe face of Martin Luther King Jr. sprung forth from the wall of wet, gray, cla
Martin Luther King Jr. art installation to commemorate Marquette Park march
Chicago Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
The face of Martin Luther King Jr. sprung forth from the wall of wet, gray, clay brick. Kneeling on a dusty studio floor Monday, Sonja Henderson, a Chicago Public Art Group artist, carved rough-hewn lines into smooth curves with fluid strokes. John... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Passion for Chicago's honorary street names leads to a guide bookMost of the mostly young people arrayed around the couches and desks and chairs
Passion for Chicago's honorary street names leads to a guide book
Chicago Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
Most of the mostly young people arrayed around the couches and desks and chairs in the sprawling open spaces of 1871 in the Merchandise Mart are dreaming about the future. The place is an incubator for big ideas that might blossom into new... Read more

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