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  • The key players in Obama's appeal on deportation deferral program

    The key players in Obama's appeal on deportation deferral program
    State and federal lawyers on opposite sides of the immigration divide are set to square off in federal appeals court Friday before three judges who will decide whether to lift a temporary stay on President Obama’s executive action, which seeks to...
  • Fundraising ability key to winning Obama library

     Fundraising ability key to winning Obama library
    While Chicago has been engaged in a heated debate over the use of public parks for President Barack Obama's library, his selection of a host university may have more to do with which institution can offer the most financial support than which offers the...
  • 6 things to know about Rand Paul

    WASHINGTON Rand Paul, a libertarianish eye doctor who's courting the votes of techies, conservatives, African-Americans and fans of Edward Snowden, is often called the most interesting candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. Here are...
  • White House Brief: Things to know about GOP Sen. Rand Paul

    Sen. Rand Paul is set to join the 2016 presidential campaign on Tuesday. A snapshot of important things to know about the Kentucky Republican: ___ THE BRIEF A first-time candidate for office in 2010, Paul rode the tea party wave to become one of the...
  • Dr. Michael R. Mardiney, asthma and allergy specialist

    Dr. Michael R. Mardiney, asthma and allergy specialist
    Dr. Michael Ralph Mardiney Jr., an allergist and asthma specialist who founded immunology centers throughout Baltimore, died of heart disease March 28 at his Ruxton home. He was 80. He oversaw the growth of the Mardiney Asthma, Allergy and Immunology...
  • Schock's spokesman resigns over questionable Facebook posts

     Schock's spokesman resigns over questionable Facebook posts
    Rep. Aaron Schock's senior adviser resigned Thursday after news reports on racially charged Facebook posts in which he allegedly condemned "hood rats" and "black miscreants." The adviser, Benjamin Cole, also allegedly urged in a 2010 post that a...
  • Students bring forensics to Jamestown Colony

    Students bring forensics to Jamestown Colony
    A group of Thurston Middle School students spent a recent Friday morning searching the campus for body parts and weapons. The eighth-graders from Kelly Skon's science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) course had their crime scene...
  • More than a DASH of hope

    More than a DASH of hope
    Walter Swierk was at death's door in the summer of 2012 when he agreed to participate in a medical study conducted by a team at Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. The retired Chicago police officer was asked to go on the research-based DASH diet,...
  • Local teen takes on liaison role for Special Olympics World Summer Games

    Local teen takes on liaison role for Special Olympics World Summer Games
    Several months from now, participants in the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games will descend on Glendale, which will serve as host to 100 athletes in the sporting event, and the event organizers have named 17-year-old Michael León as a global...
  • Obama's remarks on Christianity are selective history at its worst

    Obama's remarks on Christianity are selective history at its worst
    President Barack Obama's remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast on Feb. 5, in which he seems to blame modern Christians for events occurring under Byzantine Emperor Alexius Comnenus, without ever mentioning the present-day beheading of children and...
  • With new governor, Maryland gets new, cheesy greeting

    With new governor, Maryland gets new, cheesy greeting
    "We're Open For Business" is now Maryland's official state greeting. That cheesy expression appears on 20 yellow-and-white welcome signs on roads leading into the state. The words were added a couple of weeks ago, at the same time State Highway...