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  • CPS leadership announced

    Veterans of the charter school movement and the turnaround model of school reform are among the people Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel has selected to help lead Chicago Public Schools under new CEO Jean-Claude Brizard. Emanuel said his appointments were made on...
  • City watchdog questions cash to Maggie Daley charity

    City watchdog questions cash to Maggie Daley charity
    The charity founded by former Chicago first lady Maggie Daley received more than $900,000 in mostly undisclosed contributions from companies subsidized by much-criticized special taxing districts, according to a report released today by the city’s...
  • Group delivers protest signatures to Obama's Chicago campaign headquarters

    Group delivers protest signatures to Obama's Chicago campaign headquarters
    A group of liberal voters who said they volunteered and donated to President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign are threatening to pull their support if he signs off on cuts to Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security during ongoing debt negotiations with...
  • Setting up possible union fight, Emanuel picks new team to helm CPS

    Setting up possible union fight, Emanuel picks new team to helm CPS
    Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel pushed ahead with his pledge to reshape Chicago Public Schools on Monday, introducing an executive team led by a reformer from Rochester, N.Y., who has been unafraid to mix it up with teachers unions and parents. Jean-Claude...
  • Death penalty for Joshua Komisarjevsky?

    Death penalty for Joshua Komisarjevsky?
    Joshua Komisarjevsky has been convicted of murder and now faces the sentencing phase of his trial. He could get life in prison or the death penalty. Does he deserve death for his role in the murderers of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her daughters, Hayley...
  • Mike Brown buys home in Anaheim Hills

    Mike Brown buys home in Anaheim Hills
    Despite the NBA player lockout, new Lakers head coach Mike Brown is busy setting up shop at the office and at home. Brown and his wife, Carolyn, closed a $3-million deal last month for a house in a gated Anaheim Hills community. That will be quite a...
  • Steve Jobs Refused Surgery That Could Have Saved Him

    Steve Jobs Refused Surgery That Could Have Saved Him
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs refused potentially life-saving cancer surgery for nine months, shrugging off protests from his family and opting instead for alternative medicine, according to the tech visionary's biographer. When...
  • Hot Property: Elijah Wood seeks a buyer

    Hot Property: Elijah Wood seeks a buyer
    "The Lord of the Rings" star Elijah Wood's latest quest is to find a buyer for the Santa Monica house he recently put up for sale at $1.85 million. The Spanish-style home, built in 1924, is described in the listing as an "opportunity to remodel …...
  • Montebello may face insolvency if it doesn't close budget deficit

    Montebello may face insolvency if it doesn't close budget deficit
    Montebello faces possible insolvency in the coming months if it cannot close a gaping budget deficit and has consulted with bankruptcy attorneys to weigh available options, according to a memo obtained by The Times. The memo, written last week to the...
  • NPR president's resignation fuels foes of public broadcasting funding

    NPR president's resignation fuels foes of public broadcasting funding
    — Vivian Schiller's resignation as president and chief executive of National Public Radio comes at a perilous time for the public broadcaster, as Republicans in Congress press ahead with plans to slice its federal lifeline. Schiller's exit on...
  • Exits show how few women make it to CEO in U.S.

    Exits show how few women make it to CEO in U.S.
    For advocates of gender equality, this week's ouster of two of corporate America's most powerful women served as a reminder of how little progress U.S. companies have made in promoting women to executive positions. In particular, Yahoo Inc.'s decision to...