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1 hr ago | Wall Street Journal
'You never want a serious crisis to go to waste." Former White House Chief of Staff and now Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's brazen credo comes to mind as the Obama administration tries to link emergency financial aid for Ukraine with changes to the International Monetary Fund's governance and financing.
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6 hrs ago | Coshocton Tribune
"Hell's Kitchen" opener and "American Idol" , Fox. You know life has turned upside-down when "Idol" -- for years, the most powerful show on TV -- needs a lead-in boost from a man yelling at chefs.
10 hrs ago | CNN
Tahitah Myles attends Ronnie Chamber's funeral in Chicago last year. He was the father of her son and a victim of gun violence.
10 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has his first challenger for next year's re-election effort: Robert Shaw, a former alderman Chicago and Cook County tax review commissioner whose late twin brother was mayor of south suburban Dolton.
11 hrs ago | City of Chicago
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago Department of Public Health announced today the issuance of a comprehensive set of regulations that will crack down on the harmful emission of petroleum coke, or "pet coke."
11 hrs ago | City of Chicago
As a result of adding 22 miles to the Chicago's 2014 arterial resurfacing plan of 63 miles, City agencies and private utilities plan to resurface a total of 333 miles of arterial and neighborhood streets and alleys in 2014.
13 hrs ago | Chicago Reader
Hirsch Metropolitan High School, in South Shore, once had more than 2,000 students.
15 hrs ago | CBS Local
Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to make sure drivers don't have the same problem next year, so he's planning to have more than 330 miles of streets resurfaced this year.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is counting on speed cameras installed around Chicago schools and parks to bankroll $70 million worth of children's programs this year.
Yet he shows the Founding document little respect . He rewrites his Obamacare law without bothering with any of the inconvenient procedures prescribed in Article 1. His "executive actions" and Justice Department harassment of journalists who ask tough questions threatens the First Amendment, and rampant executive snooping eviscerates the Fourth.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle is unopposed for re-election, so she's focusing much of her political effort and spending some of her campaign cash to ensure that three allies are nominated in the Democratic primary.
More tankers such as this one could start shipping liquefied natural gas from the U.S. to the rest of the world if the Department of Energy approves pending applications for new LNG export terminals.
Georgia GOP politicians were none too pleased with President Barack Obama's proposed federal budget that left out hundreds of millions of dollars they had hoped would help deepen the Savannah Port.
The annual Polar Plunge into Lake Michigan has broken its fundraising records by raising more than $1 million for Special Olympics Chicago.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cultural Affairs Commissioner Michelle Boone double-teamed the city of Austin on Tuesday in what was essentially a daylong info-mercial for Chicago as a musical and cultural force.
The recent Conservative Political Action Conference provides a forum for big names.
A new statewide poll of Illinois residents, released yesterday by the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University and reported today by the Chicago Sun-Times shows more people in the Chicago area feel less safe with passage of concealed carry in the Prairie State.