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  • Group building Obama library raises $5 million in first year

    Group building Obama library raises $5 million in first year
    The Barack Obama Foundation, the nonprofit group that will build the presidential library and museum on Chicago's South Side, raised $5.4 million in its first year of operation, according to federal tax documents released Monday. The four-member...
  • Caretaker claims Ernie Banks gave her rights to his name, likeness

    Caretaker claims Ernie Banks gave her rights to his name, likeness
    Just months before he died in January of a heart attack, Cubs great Ernie Banks purportedly transferred the potentially lucrative rights to his name and likeness to a private trust controlled by his longtime caregiver, according to recently filed...
  • Investing: Get more bang for your buck with municipal bonds

    With yields on low-risk investments scraping rock-bottom and higher interest rates nowhere in sight, one of the best options for income seekers are municipal bonds. Most are yielding 2 percent to 3 percent, but don't be put off by the seemingly low...
  • Blotter: Hinsdale woman sends nearly $3,000 to phony IRS agent

    The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the area police departments. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court can make that determination. Hinsdale ALCOHOL Gregory P. Kane,...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown wants tax credit for poor in California's budget

    Gov. Jerry Brown wants tax credit for poor in California's budget
    Gov. Jerry Brown, who has faced criticism for not doing more to combat persistent poverty in California, will include a new tax credit for the state's poorest families in his revised budget plan Thursday. The change would keep more money in the...
  • Judge orders fine for Iowa widow who split up bank deposits

    An Iowa widow who admitted to illegally splitting up bank deposits of her late husband's legally earned cash must pay a $2,500 fine in addition to giving up nearly $19,000 the IRS seized from her account, a judge ruled Wednesday. Retired Dubuque real...
  • Jury duty scammers targeting Keys residents

    Jury duty scammers targeting Keys residents
    Telephone scammers who threaten victims with arrest for not complying with a jury service summons or other court order have been lurking around South Florida for at least the past four years. Sometimes they want your money, other times their goal is...
  • Siplin didn't pay own taxes — but spent yours redecorating her office

    I want to start this column by saying that I understand good people can fall upon hard times. I understand recessions can wreck lives and destroy finances. I get all that. What I do not get, however, is how people can skip out on paying their taxes &#...
  • Editorials from around New England

    Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New England newspapers: The Hartford Courant (Conn.), May 12, 2015 If you thought the $2.6 billion spent on the 2012 presidential election was obscene, the number in the 2016...
  • INSIDE WASHINGTON: Insurers pass tax along to the states

    There's more than a touch of absurdity in the way an industry fee in President Barack Obama's health care law is being passed along to state taxpayers. As Alice in Wonderland might say, a curious tax just got curiouser. The burden to states could mount...
  • Police blotter: Oswego man found with alcohol, marijuana and loaded handgun

    Police blotter: Oswego man found with alcohol, marijuana and loaded handgun
    The following incidents were listed among area police reports. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court can make that determination. Burr Ridge BATTERY Kaim C. Chlada, 19, of 87th Street, west of...