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  • Chicago should mourn the deaths of its children

    On Saturday we took the two older grandchildren to the craft fair at their local grade school, then to some small shops to get gifts for their mom and dad. Then we met Mom and Dad for lunch at a local place. All on foot. All in the neighborhood. All good.
  • China buyers in deals for more than 1 million tonnes of U.S. soy

    Chinese buyers signed nine contracts for a total of more than 1 million tonnes (1.1 million tons) of U.S. soybeans at a ceremony in Chicago on Tuesday. The purchases are for delivery to China, the world's top soy importer, in calendar year 2015, said a...

    Michael Mann's Upcoming Cyber Thriller 'Blackhat' is Frighteningly Timely

    Michael Mann's upcoming movie "Blackhat" has been largely overshadowed by intense media attention focused on the Christmas release of the assassination comedy "The Interview," linnked to the disastrous computer hack perpetrated on Sony Pictures. But...

    U.S. bond futures, ETF volume jumps, boosts prices

    A mid-afternoon flurry of buying in long-dated U.S. Treasury futures and exchange-traded funds pushed prices to session highs on Tuesday. The purchases were part of a broad U.S. bond market rally in the wake of record low 10-year yields across Europe and...

    Aldermen turn up heat on CPS' bond deals; public jeers school board chief

    Aldermen turn up heat on CPS' bond deals; public jeers school board chief
    The Chicago City Council’s Education and Child Development Committee will hold a hearing to examine Chicago Public Schools’ borrowing practices, committee chair Ald. Latasha Thomas said Wednesday. Eight aldermen signed a resolution calling...