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  • Top Iranians signal support for a nuclear deal

    Key Iranian leaders are expressing support for a nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, a sign that the country’s elite is preparing for a landmark agreement that could be announced in days. After long voicing wariness of a deal that...
  • Obama says Israel, others being briefed on Iran negotiations

    President Barack Obama says he won't be commenting on reports that Israel spied on closed-door negotiations over Iran's nuclear program. But the president offered assurances that Israel and other partners in the region have been briefed about progress in...
  • Talk of the County: Waukegan doesn't need swimming pool -- we have a lake

    Talk of the County: Waukegan doesn't need swimming pool -- we have a lake
    Editor's Note: Talk of the County is a reader-generated column of opinions. If you see something you disagree with or think is incorrect, please tell us! Call us at (312) 222-4554 or email talkofthecounty@tribpub.com. Use lake for swimming It's...
  • Where They Stand: Ted Cruz on key issues of 2016 campaign

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz announced his 2016 campaign for president Monday, hoping to energize the evangelical wing of the Republican Party and supplement his already strong support among tea party and grassroots conservatives. Here's a snapshot of where Cruz...
  • Sen. John Cornyn: Why I was one of 47 senators to sign the letter to Iran

    With its relentless quest for nuclear weapons, the Iranian regime represents a serious and growing threat to our national security. Sadly, our nation's ability to counter that very threat is being hamstrung by another problem President Barack Obama's...
  • Yemen FM: President Hadi calls for Gulf military, UN action

    Yemen's embattled President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi has asked Gulf countries to intervene militarily against Shiite rebels who have seized the capital and are advancing toward his new base in the south, his foreign minister told Saudi media Monday....
  • Arab alliance in Israel rejects Benjamin Netanyahu's apology

    Arab alliance in Israel rejects Benjamin Netanyahu's apology
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologized Monday for comments that upset Arab citizens during parliamentary elections last week, but the mea culpa was rejected by community leaders who described Netanyahu's government as racist. Netanyahu,...
  • Obama haters, guns on campus and water: Letters

    Obama haters, guns on campus and water: Letters
    Red meat for haters Saturday's Sentinel commentary, "A carnival of chaos in U.S. government," by Victor Davis Hanson presents a trite review of events he thinks proves that "no one seems to be in charge at the White House. And that has terrified...
  • Senator: Obama risks backlash if Iran deal goes to UN first

    A top Republican senator warned Monday that the White House faces a "violent backlash" in Congress if it takes a nuclear deal with Iran to the United Nations before Congress. The U.S. and its partners are trying to reach a framework agreement by the...
  • Speak Out

    Recently, we attended a performance by vocalist Peter Oprisko and his trio at a Sunday afternoon concert at the Tinley Park Library. The theme of Oprisko's concert was Frank Sinatra, The Man and His Music. A consummate showman, Oprisko has incredible...
  • U.S. forces leave Yemen amid concerns it is haven for terror groups

    All remaining U.S. government personnel withdrew from Yemen over the weekend as fighting erupted near the last haven for American special forces there and an Iran-backed militia took control of key locations in the country’s third-largest city....