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It wasn't like going to the doctor and he tells you some bad news. It wasn't like being called into the boss' office, thinking he's going to drop a promotion in your lap and instead he tosses you a pink slip. Those are serious things with people's...
5 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Greg Jarrett 5:09 a.m. Greg Jarrett will have continued coverage of the train derailment / explosions in Tiskilwa, IL. 6:09 a.m. Senator Mark Kirk addresses everything from President Obama's jobs plan to the Occupy Wall Street...
5 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Greg Jarrett 6:09 a.m. Our very own Lou Manfredini checks in with details on everything from how to get through a situation when your home has no electricity to how to best secure a house w/o electrical power. 6:39 a.m. Bloomingdale...
Tags: Elections, Tom Skilling, Paul Green, Politics, United Air Lines
Tribune reporterDrink plenty of water has been the refrain for the past few sun-baked, mega-hot days. And we're all for a glass of water. Make that a few glasses, bottles, mugs. But when your eyeballs begin to float, remember there are some other things that do an...
I've been looking back over the previous year of Trib Nation events -- our multimedia department put together this short video -- and it's been fun to relive some of those moments with you. John Kass cooks a pig and talks about politics. Our national/...
Change of SubjectFrom Carol Felsenthal's interview with Robert Blagojevich in Chicago Magazine: CF: So you’re in Nashville [Rob and wife Julie moved back there last summer], and you tell me you’re disillusioned with the news media and you get your news mostly....
When it comes to greetings during the Winter Shopping Spree vaguely associated with the 25th of December, I guess I'm hopelessly old-fashioned. I say "Merry Christmas." Some will think me too retro. Too bad. I'm like Linus from the "Peanuts" cartoons....
We're delighted to welcome everyone to the 28th edition ofthe Chicago Tribune'sPrinters Row Lit Fest, the largest annual gathering of book lovers between the coasts. Appropriately, the historic Printers Row neighborhood in the South Loop is again the...
George McGovern has something in common with Mark Twain: Reports of their death were unfounded. John Kass, a Chicago Tribune columnist, referred to the "late George McGovern" in a recent column. He realized his error after the Tribune went to...
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