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  • Home state remains true blue for Obama

    Home state remains true blue for Obama
    Despite the sluggish economy, most Illinois voters approve of Barack Obama's handling of the presidency and the president appears poised for a general election victory in his home state this fall, a new Tribune/WGN-TV poll shows. Though the interviews...
  • Coal plants dominate list of Chicago's biggest polluters

    Coal plants dominate list of Chicago's biggest polluters
    Fed by a steady stream of coal barges, the aging power plants that loom over Chicago's Little Village and Pilsen neighborhoods are by far the city's largest industrial sources of climate change pollution. No other polluter comes close to the 4.2...
  • Welfare issue makes political comeback

    Welfare issue makes political comeback
    Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich recently offered to attend an NAACP convention to explain why African-Americans "should demand paychecks instead of food stamps." And he has described President Barack Obama as "the most successful food...
  • Ain't impressed with candidates' grammar

    Ain't impressed with candidates' grammar
    Some folks, like Newt Gingrich, read Gingrich's surge in the polls as a warm, if belated, embrace of his plan to balance the budget and get this country "back on track." Other folks might wonder if it's at least in part because the word "ain't" reads a...
  • Nestle promises action on Ivory Coast child-labor violations

    Nestle promises action on Ivory Coast child-labor violations
    Nestle, the world’s largest food company, said it would do more to eradicate child labor and other worker violations in its Ivory Coast cocoa supply chain after an outside report pointed out a range of problems. The West African country provides...
  • First look at HBO's 'Game Change' - A film so political in so many good ways

    First look at HBO's 'Game Change' - A film so political in so many good ways
    I just walked out of a dark room after spending two hours with the screener for "Game Change," the HBO film about the 2008 Republican presidential campaign of John McCain and Sarah Palin. Based on a best-selling, non-fiction book about the historic race,...
  • Gingrich meets-n-greets Tea Partiers

    Gingrich meets-n-greets Tea Partiers
    Former U.S. House Speaker and 2012 GOP presidential contender Newt Gingrich meets and greets tea party members at a Q & A in downtown Orlando.
  • The 10-Day Blitz

    The 10-Day Blitz
    When three national presidential campaigns simultaneously land in central Florida for a 10-day blitz for votes, it is a wild ride for press photographers. 2012 Republican presidential contenders Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum (Ron Paul opted...
  • Art on the Campaign Trail

    Art on the Campaign Trail
    Making photographs on the campaign trail, especially when illustrating a daily news story, usually tends to be more documentary in style -- capturing key moments that tell the story of the political event in images. Every now and then, though, I like...
  • Goldberg: Obamacare will be Romney's savior

    Goldberg: Obamacare will be Romney's savior
    It looks as if it's going to be Mitt Romney after all. With Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush endorsing the former Massachusetts governor last week, there aren't any white knights left to play the role of GOP savior. But that news hasn't reached his...
  • 'Super PACs' are showing their power

    'Super PACs' are showing their power
    Political committees unfettered by donation limits are dominating the last weeks of the presidential nominating contests in Iowa and New Hampshire, funding aggressive attack campaigns that are swamping the efforts of the candidates themselves. In Ohio,...