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Ukraine is seeking U.S. investment in its biomass, wind and solar power industries.
The old adage that good things come in small packages is never more evident than with the 16-minute short film Ship of Fools directed by former Barnstable High School student Mike McGuirk.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined Ald. Debra Silverstein and Chicago Department of Transportation Commissioner Rebekah Scheinfeld to break ground today on the Devon Avenue streetscape project that will improve the North Side business district with infrastructure upgrades and unique decorative elements.
Tickets for the second annual Windy City Smokeout , hosted by Bub City , will go on sale tomorrow.
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"I am somebody," chant nearly 100 high school seniors involved in the Rev. Jesse Jackson's Rainbow Coalition's Push Excel.
Eight students in the College will spend their summer as research interns at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Massachusetts, marking a new phase in the affiliation between the lab and the University of Chicago that will allow students to pursue significant scientific projects.
It may be a few years before the first daughters head to college, but Michelle Obama is already brainstorming a dorm room checklist while encouraging high school students to dream big about their education beyond graduation.
We've been proponents of Las Teresitas since it opened about two years ago. The south Minneapolis cantina was our pick for Best Mexican Restaurant in 2013 and our Best Taco winner in 2012.
Freight traffic, including a growing number of oil trains, and severe winter weather all contributed to growing delays facing Amtrak trains nationwide.
CHICAGO Scientists have developed an experimental pill that helped protect ferrets from a measles-like virus, raising hope for a treatment to thwart the deadly infection in unvaccinated people who have been exposed to the virus, according to an international study released on Wednesday.
The Federal Reserve said the economy showed signs of a pick-up in many parts of the country in early March to mid-April but some weather-related effects persisted the past six weeks.
Two weeks after first launching the "Welcome Home Illinois" loan program, Gov. Pat Quinn is traveling to cities across Illinois to raise awareness of the program, discuss its benefits and explain how people can participate.
Members of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce and other business groups want a casino in downtown Chicago, where they say it would complement existing tourist attractions and retail shopping.
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