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  • Quiet days ahead after biggest snowstorm in 2 years

    Quiet days ahead after biggest snowstorm in 2 years
    The Chicago area can look forward to some quiet, almost balmy days after being hit by the largest snowstorm in two years. Temperatures will climb into the 40s by this weekend with maybe some rain, according to National Weather Service meteorologist...
  • Small Wonders: Paying taxes on the American Dream

    Small Wonders: Paying taxes on the American Dream
    I'm pretty diligent when it comes to my taxes. And by diligent, I mean that in November, I make an appointment for February with my tax guy, which is unlike those co-workers in your office asking around in April if anyone knows a good accountant. That's...
  • George Zimmerman: How is the state doing?

    George Zimmerman: How is the state doing?
    The prosecution at the George Zimmerman trial has come in for repeated drubbings. There was more criticism Tuesday, but there was some praise, too. Mark NeJame, legal analyst for Central Florida News 13, applauded the state's chronological...
  • Scientists take bite of 'alien' space cloud that encompasses us

     
    Alien space cloud: Our solar system is adrift in an "alien" cloud, and NASA, at long last, has tapped into this interstellar wonder....
  • Groundhog Day 2012: Will N.Y. Mayor Bloomberg be bitten again?

     
    Groundhog Day 2012: Groundhog Day is upon us. Sure, we want to know the weather prediction, but what we really want to know is this: Will New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg get bitten again by Staten Island Chuck?...
  • Indiana right-to-work law: Gov. Mitch Daniels makes it done deal

     
    Indiana right-to-work law: Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels on Wednesday signed a measure making Indiana the first in the nation’s Rust Belt to have a right- work-law....
  • Indoor tanning: Not as sunny as depicted, Congress' Democrats say

     
    The indoor tanning industry is providing false and misleading information about the health risks of tanning, congressional Democrats say. Their criticism follows an investigation in which their staff, including college interns, phoned salons...
  • Indiana will become first Rust Belt state with right-to-work law

     
    Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels will make the state the first in the Rust Belt -- once the home of powerful unions -- to have a right-to-work law. The Indiana measure received final legislative passage Wednesday morning....
  • Philadelphia cardinal Bevilacqua dies; tenure marred by sex abuse

     
    Cardinal Anthony J. Bevilacqua, former head of the Philadelphia archdiocese, was accused during his 15-year tenure of ignoring sexual abuse of children by hundreds of priests. Bevilacqua died Tuesday night....
  • Wisconsin recall: Petition names go public despite security fears

     
    Wisconsin recall petitions have been posted online. The recall petitions contain more than 1 million names asking to recall Gov. Scott Walker and four state senators; some signers have suggested the disclosures might affect their personal security....
  • Drought ends for Dallas-Fort Worth area; rest of Texas suffers

     
    Texas drought: The Dallas area has officially moved out of drought conditions, but long-term projections show that the region could still face problems after one of the driest years on record....