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Everyone knows someone like Muammar Gaddafi; he’s the guy who always gets a little too liquored up and starts picking fights. Everyone usually ignores him, but occasionally he goes too far and someone will give him a whooping. Usually, guys like...
Fox59If your weekend plans include a trip north to the Windy City, get ready to pay for it. Some gas stations in Chicago rose above the $4 mark for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline. It's the first tiem since the summer of 2008 that prices have been that...
Gov. Jerry Brown told lawmakers that "it would be unconscionable" not to let voters decide whether to pay more taxes to help balance the budget, using his first State of the State address as California's 39th governor to press Republicans to agree to a...
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Associated PressWith protests raging, Egypt's president named his intelligence chief as his first-ever vice president on Saturday, setting the stage for a successor as chaos engulfed the capital. Soldiers stood by — a few even joining the demonstrators —...
reporterAs thousands work to leave the country, Egyptians like Abdallah Abdullah says there's no place he'd rather be.. Says Abdallah, "I would pay anything to be there right now." The Virginia Tech grad student is watching from nearly six-thousand miles away...
CAIRO — Thousands of anti-government protesters, some hurling rocks and climbing atop an armored police truck, clashed with riot police Tuesday in the center of Cairo in a Tunisia-inspired demonstration to demand the end of Hosni Mubarak’s...
The Associated PressEgypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak fired his Cabinet early Saturday and promised reforms in his first response to protesters who have mounted the biggest challenge ever to his 30-year rule. But many protesters were outraged by Mubarak's nationally...
To the editor: No doubt this past week will go down as a pivotal moment in Egyptian and, perhaps, world history. As long-time strongman Hosni Mubarak relinquished presidential power in Egypt, millions cheered. Yet what this means for religious...
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Tribune reporterSarah Burshan sent dozens of cell phone texts and Facebook messages, eager for any sign that her cousins in Libya survived the violent crackdown of recent protests that rocked the North African nation. Her mother, Amal Burshan, tried phone calls and...
Revolution is spreading like wildfire throughout the Middle East and North Africa. Many of those involved with the uprisings deposing dictators in places such as Tunisia and Egypt say they are pursuing democracy. Several other countries throughout the...
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