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NEW YORK (AP) — Don't try to friend MaLi Arwood on Facebook. You won't find her there. You won't find Thomas Chin, either. Or Kariann Goldschmitt. Or Jake Edelstein. More than 900 million people worldwide check their Facebook accounts at least...
Invest in Chicago, you'll make out like a bandit. Illinois awaits you with open palms. For years, marketing efforts to lure investment and business here have focused on our standing as a global crossroads, our quality of life and so on. Alas, we've...
ReutersBy Stephanie Simon June 19 (Reuters) - Watch out Ivy League, there's a new generation of elite universities on the rise around the globe, according to a new "100 Under 50" report from Times Higher Education magazine. The report, published on Wednesday,...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A cap on soda size - such as the one New York City regulators are trying to pass - would have the biggest impact on overweight kids and young adults, a new study suggests. When limited to drinks sold in restaurants and event...
The head of the University of Illinois at Chicago's microphysics laboratory and founder of a Bolingbrook tech company was recently named one of the White House's 11 national "Champions of Change," a distinction that honors immigrant innovators in America....
Tribune reporterThere is a certain kind of person who comes upon an evening when falling snow is creating near-blizzard conditions, more than 600 flights have been canceled at O'Hare and the side streets are being reduced to two tire tracks through the snow, and thinks:...
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"Gypsies, pickpockets and even a man walking around with a chicken on his head. This was an edgy neighborhood back then. It was not for everybody," said Bill Lavicka, rehabber and preservationist. He was reminiscing about the old days on Maxwell Street,...
In his job overseeing two small school districts in affluent Lake Forest, Harry Griffith was among the highest paid public school administrators in the state, bringing in $362,000 last academic year alone. And on top of his regular earnings, Griffith...
Imagine, for a moment, what might happen if science succeeds in eradicating disease and people live far longer than they do today. Do we toast to the extra years spent embracing loved ones and traveling the planet (maybe other planets?) and learning new...
My smoking ride On a drive to work recently, I started to smell smoke and quickly realized it was from a cigarette. A guy who was two cars ahead of me had his cigarette dangling out of his window. All I could think of is he didn't want to stink up his...
The passage for the seventh-grade lesson was blatantly offensive — an excerpt from a 1938 anti-Semitic children's book. But that was the point: to provide students in the Santa Ana school district with a perfect illustration of insidious...
As he toured a suburban Chicago factory on Thursday, U.S. House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer touted his "Make It In America" campaign, which aims at creating ideal conditions for manufacturing companies to innovate and add jobs. To do that, legislators...
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