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  • Luxembourg news editor Maryann L. Hughes-Hanks, 1923-2014

    Luxembourg news editor Maryann L. Hughes-Hanks, 1923-2014
    Maryann L. Hughes-Hanks for nearly 30 years ran the Chicago-based Luxembourg News of America, a monthly publication begun after World War II that has readers both in the United States and abroad. Mrs. Hughes-Hanks, 90, who for her contributions in...
  • In death, 'Baby Doc' Duvalier cheated justice, victims say

    ?CAP-HAITIEN, Haiti When Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier made a surprising return to Haiti in 2011 after a quarter-century in exile, some hoped the aging dictator would finally have to answer for the abuses of his regime. During his 15-year rule,...
  • Gary Sinise, Alan Greenspan: Sunday guests

    Gary Sinise, Alan Greenspan: Sunday guests
    The Sunday morning guest list: The headliner on ABC's "This Week" will be Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The program starts at 11 a.m. on WFTV-Channel 9. The panel will be Van Jones, co-host of CNN's...
  • St. Louis County police to command protest detail in Ferguson, Mo.

    FERGUSON, Mo. St. Louis County police have taken over command of officers monitoring protests in Ferguson, at the request of city officials. "This is not an indictment of the way Ferguson has handled the situation," county Police Chief Jon Belmar said in...
  • American cameraman for NBC News diagnosed with Ebola in Liberia

    American cameraman for NBC News diagnosed with Ebola in Liberia
    An American freelance cameraman working for NBC News in Liberia has tested positive for Ebola, the network said on Thursday, making him the fifth citizen of the United States and its first journalist known to have contracted the virus in West Africa....
  • Bloom, Suskind kick off 27th annual Jewish Book Festival

    Bloom, Suskind kick off 27th annual Jewish Book Festival
    The David Posnack Jewish Community Center's annual Book Festival launches its 27th year with an array of 16 popular authors beginning this month through February. Events are held at the center at 5850 S. Pine Island Road in Davie, except where noted....
  • Eric Holder: Mixed legacy at best

    He's not exactly stepping aside quietly. Reaction to Eric Holder's resignation ranged from hagiographic to diabolical. Civil rights leaders praised him as the strongest attorney general since Bobby Kennedy. Fox News derided him as the nation's all-time...
  • The Crowd: Trafficking in our own backyard

    The Crowd: Trafficking in our own backyard
    In an age when a supposedly more enlightened and humane world population is witness to broadcast beheadings and other acts of unspeakable barbarism, is it any surprise that human trafficking in the sex and slave trade exists on a global scale? Is it...
  • Review: 'A Brief History of Seven Killings' by Marlon James

    Review: 'A Brief History of Seven Killings' by Marlon James
    "A Brief History of Seven Killings," the third novel by Kingston-born author Marlon James, opens in Jamaica on Dec. 2, 1976. One of the first characters we meet is Alex Pierce, a journalist for Rolling Stone who's on assignment in the island country and...
  • Review: 'Under This Beautiful Dome' by Terry Mutchler

    Review: 'Under This Beautiful Dome' by Terry Mutchler
    Illinois' capital city swells when the Legislature is in session, filled with lawmakers, staffers, journalists and lobbyists working hard and often playing hard in a place where rumors swirl and alcohol flows freely. It was into this world that Terry...
  • Wilderness photo plan draws more fire

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration has put the brakes on a plan to charge hundreds of dollars in fees for commercial filming and photography on U.S. forest lands, but critics are far from satisfied. "There is no doubt, as you look at this, that there is...