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Here is a list of those identified in the past two days as killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, according to family members, friends, co-workers and law enforcement. United Airlines Flight 175, Boston to Los Angeles, crashed into World Trade Center...
When he saw an out-of-shape older man on the street, Harry Blanding would turn to his wife and say: "That's not going to be me." "When I'm 90 years old, I'm still going to be running five miles," Blanding, 38, would tell his wife, Debbie, who sometimes...
Tags: New York Giants, Children, Football, New York Yankees, Sports
Tribune art criticEd Paschke, 65, one of the most celebrated Chicago-born painters for three decades and an artist known as much for his generosity as for his work, died in his sleep at his North Side home, apparently on the morning of Thursday, Nov. 25. Paschke's body...
Tribune staff reporterDebbie Crowther, 37, left Rome to become a flight attendant for American Airlines. Chris Perkins, 25, left his job as Goofy at Disneyworld. Brent Lawlis, 22, left a Texas Chevrolet dealership. And Brooke Holderby, 21, left community college and her...
Tags: Florida, Chicago Jobs, New York, Texas, Family
Anne Nason mourns the deaths of her two friends and their daughter, the Hanson family. Like many who loved those who are missing or dead following the terror attacks, she feels these wounds will never fully heal. "I feel changed," said Nason. "I don't...
Tribune staff reporterThe woman was wide-eyed, panicked. "Officer, you've got to help me," she said, scanning the dusty 16-acre crater that was once the World Trade Center. "I need to know where the north tower would have stood." The man in uniform wordlessly took the woman'...
Tags: Fashion Shows, Terrorism, Travel, Family, Photography
Tribune staff reporterRepublican U.S. Senate candidate Andy McKenna Jr. holds all the right positions to appeal to the conservative wing of his party. McKenna, 47, opposes abortion rights and gay marriage, and he backs President Bush to the hilt. But with his focus on pro-...
Chicago Tribune national correspondentTo soldier on with family tradition, Lynn Faulkner and his younger daughter recently took a ski trip, returning to the same place in Pennsylvania as last year, when Faulkner's wife was still alive and Sept. 11 was just another day on the calendar. His...
Tribune staff reporterPilots for United Airlines, fearing a bankruptcy court judge may allow the sale of millions of shares of stock held by an employee stock ownership plan, want to issue millions of new shares to save the plan's seat on the carrier's board of directors. The...
Sun StaffIt wasn't so long ago that stock options were the equivalent of corporate America's lottery. That still may the case be for a handful of Maryland executives. Among those who got mega-grants last year, Coventry Health Care Inc. CEO Dale B. Wolf...
Tribune newspapers: Los Angeles TimesIt's getting harder for imperial chief executives to hold on to power. That's raising hopes that the idea of imperial CEO pay also will soon be dethroned. Corporate reform activists, including those who have long campaigned against outrageously...
Sun StaffAt first glance, Nolan D. Archibald might seem like a perfect example for critics of runaway executive pay. The chief executive of Black & Decker Corp. pulled in a base salary of nearly $1.5 million and a bonus of $3 million last year while...
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