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A rare 1913 Liberty Head nickel, buried in a family closet for 40 years, sold at auction Thursday for $3.2 million. Only five of these nickels are known to exist and three are available to collectors, according to Heritage Auctions, which handled the...
Tags: Nick Nolte, Auction Service, Jessica Simpson
L.A. NOWWilliam J. Bratton appears to be as busy in retirement as he was as chief of the Los Angeles Police Department. Since September, Bratton has been chairman of the global security firm Kroll. On Tuesday, he was named to the......
Top of the TicketFamous names, many of them Asian, show up for the third state dinner hosted at the White House by the Obamas....
Money & CompanyThe FDIC took out insurance of sorts two years ago when it opened a Southern California satellite office to house hundreds of temporary employees and contractors handling failed banks in the western U.S. Tacked onto the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s.....
Joe Konrath can't wait for his books to go out of print. When that happens, the 40-year-old crime novelist plans to reclaim the copyrights from his publisher, Hyperion Books, and self-publish them on Amazon.com, Apple Inc.'s iBooks and other online...
John F. Mitchell Motorola cellphone pioneer John F. Mitchell, 81, who helped engineer the technology that paved the way for the world's first cellular phone during a 45-year career at Motorola, where he was president from 1980 to 1995, died of cancer...
Tags: Palatine, Defense, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Death, Armed Forces
I Am Death Two Novellas Gary Amdahl Milkweed Editions: 170 pp., $15 paper Gary Amdahl has observed office politics up close. He reads the Wall Street Journal and the Nation. He's a fan of C-SPAN. He's read Barthelme, Bulgakov, Melville and Swift --...
Tags: Upton Sinclair, Death, Fiction, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes
Special to The TimesBreast milk is the most natural food on Earth and — some would argue — the most essential for a baby's health. Still, it isn't something every woman can produce. For those who can't, the quest to obtain it can become a mission. They spend...
Tribune reporterA Schaumburg police officer has been suspended with pay for allegedly keeping a gun that had been turned in to the department, and the same officer also faces scrutiny for a case involving heroin that allegedly went missing from a crime scene, police...
Tags: Heroin, Trials, Drug Trafficking
Milwaukee Journal SentinelThe climb the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee faces to make a name for itself in research and local economic development can best be seen at the site of an abandoned staircase. On the ground floor of the engineering building on Cramer St., where...
Tribune reporterA woman riding a bicycle was killed during a collision with a car near northwest suburban Schaumburg this morning. The victim, who appears to be in her 30s, was pronounced dead at 9:30 a.m. at Alexian Brothers Medical Center in Elk Grove Village,...
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