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Today's topic: What do the memos that have been released so far show about the Bush administration's interrogation practices? Complete Dust-Up: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 How much did Bush know, and when did he know it? Point: David Kaye The Obama...
Times Staff WriterWHEN the towers came down on Sept. 11, Stephen Gaghan, the Oscar-winning writer of "Traffic," realized in a flash that "Hollywood has done a terrible job creating villains." It all used to be so simple, so black and white. There were the good guys and the...
Herbert York, a leading physicist in the development of the atomic bomb during World War II who later became an arms-control advocate and founding chancellor of UC San Diego, has died. He was 87. York died Tuesday at Thornton Hospital in San Diego, the...
Join Dave Kaplan and the Listeners for Lung Health team for the 24th Annual Lake Tour Bike Trek on June 12, 13 & 14, 2009. Join cyclists of all levels to support the American Lung Association's Fight for Air! Click here to join or donate to the WGN Radio...
Sentinel Staff WriterIn a book-lined room of a converted barn, Douglas Filler leans over a 124-year-old Bible. In his hand is a tiny paintbrush. In his heart is a passion for book conservation, an old-world craft carried out in his secluded home. These days, many of the...
Suffocating in a snow drift is one of the biggest dangers faced by cows out in the field in the winter. "If the snow gets too high, the cows can't move, and they're unable to breathe," Ed Donnelly says. Animal mortality facts like those are on the tip...
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Geneva 73, No. 7 Batavia 70 Western Sun Records: Geneva 7-2, 4-1; Batavia 7-1, 4-1. Halftime: Geneva 34-27. Summary: Geneva G Max Cary hit an off-balance shot with 23.3 seconds left and tipped a rebound from Batavia's Ben Potter's miss out to center...
Newspapers are for sale across the country. National Public Radio and television news shows are laying off staff. The Tribune Co. (which owns this and other newspapers) is in bankruptcy. It's clear that journalism is in crisis, and in the current...
Special to the TribuneThe inspiration for Janelle Cannon's decision to launch a couple of three-pointers early in the third quarter of Wheeling's Class 4A third-place game Saturday evening was a bit unusual. "Wiegel (coach Shelly) had been yelling at me for not shooting, so I...
Special to Tribune NewspapersWhat you do with your time sometimes isn't as important as whom you're with, so even the most simple outing can turn into a memorable excursion. Keep that in mind while lamenting a lack of money for your next getaway. Consider Dave and Lesley Armstrong,...
Illinois •Nov. 7-9, Antique Spectacular Fall Show 2008, Rock Island (183 miles), 309-788-9619, www.qccaexpocenter.com: Antique dealers with merchandise from around the world offer their wares at the QCCA Expo Center, 2621 4th Ave. Admission: $6. ...
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