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Tribune reporterThe Chicago Tribune has won three national awards for its series “Playing With Fire,” an investigation of toxic flame retardants and the deceptive campaigns that two powerful industries waged to promote the chemicals. Among the awards is...
If Caroline Kennedy were simply a lawyer and author, it's doubtful that she would be on any president's short list for a major diplomatic appointment. But Kennedy is also a member of a storied American political family and an early and valued supporter of...
Tags: China, Japan, Walter Mondale, Hillary Clinton, Tom Foley
ReutersKEY WEST, Fla (Reuters) - The Florida Keys are the end of the road, where the legendary U.S. Route 1 stops for the ocean at mile zero, a classic American road trip. For many, it did end here, a place where ships crashed and wreckers saved sailors and...
Rex Scouten, whose 48-year career in the White House began with the Trumans and ended with the Clintons, and whose duties included helping first families transition to their oversized new home, died Feb. 20 at a hospital near his home in Fairfax, Va. He...
For the better part of four years, Air Force Maj. Gen. John Borling lived in a cell that was about 21/2 paces wide and 31/2 paces long. There were no windows and little ventilation, except for three small holes. One of the holes contained a naked light...
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. "Six Years" by Harlan Coben (Dutton, $27.95). Six years after another man married the love of Jake's life, that man dies, and Jake gets a shock when he attends the funeral. Last week: — 2. "The Storyteller" by Jodi Picoult...
President Reagan stunned fellow citizens and the world 30 years ago this month with a dramatic announcement that the United States would develop and deploy a system capable of intercepting and destroying strategic ballistic missiles. Like President...
If you read the Chicago Tribune's "Playing With Fire" series about the deceptive campaign by the chemical and tobacco industries to introduce toxic flame retardants into our homes -- and ultimately into our bodies -- you won't be surprised that it won...
Satirical examinations of fear, experienced by an accountant-actor and young students confronting the consequences of sin, are on stage this month at Bay Theatre in two works by playwright Christopher Durang. The fears are revealed in Durang's one-act...
Tags: Ronald Reagan, Christianity, Students, Celebrities, Education
WASHINGTON -- Blame it on JFK. Fifty years ago, President Kennedy made a decision that, with hindsight, ranks as the biggest mistake of domestic policy since World War II. In many ways, it led directly to today's "sequester" debacle. What Kennedy...
King Features SyndicateSmall rooms need small furniture, but large families need large tables. This problem has been solved in a variety of ways since the 17th century. Homes with long center halls, which were needed to keep the house cool, filled the space with several...
Tags: Prices, New York City, Auction Service, Human Interest
WASHINGTON -- When John Kerry’s political foes complained in 2004 that he “looked French” and ordered Swiss cheese on his Philadelphia cheese steaks, the Democratic presidential nominee began keeping his affinities for Europe bien...
Mar 6, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Apr 3, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Mar 22, 2013 |Story| Reuters
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Mar 30, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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Mar 6, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Feb 28, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Mar 4, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Mar 2, 2013 |Story| Aberdeen News
Mar 1, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
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