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  • Quinn signs law to prevent release of gun owner names

    The names of licensed gun owners in Illinois will remain private under a measure Gov. Pat Quinn signed into law today. The governor approved legislation to prevent Illinois State Police from releasing the names of those who hold or have applied for a...
  • Superintendent merry-go-round yields fat severances

    Superintendent merry-go-round yields fat severances
    Stanley Fields resigned after just a year as superintendent of a suburban Cook County school district where he was put on leave, faced with firing and ultimately required to apologize to the community. Still, he walked away with a $100,000 severance...
  • Rude behavior

    We in Harford County in general, and Bel Air in particular, have reason to feel more than a little bit ashamed after the crass performance by some of our neighbors at the Bel Air Fourth of July Parade. As usual, the parade featured elected officials...
  • Panel discusses Supreme Court's liberal leanings

    IRVINE — A panel of law experts and media met at UC Irvine on Wednesday to discuss how the conservative-leaning U.S. Supreme Court has frequently come down on the liberal side of several major issues. The panel — consisting of Slate Senior...
  • White House emails show Obama White House attacking, excluding Fox News

    White House emails show Obama White House attacking, excluding Fox News
    I honestly don't know if I have the emotional energy for this post today. I fought this battle in 2009 when the White House went to war with Fox, and I have the scars to prove it. I am so tired of standing up for journalistic principles in the middle...
  • NHPD's Internal Affairs is Getting Better But Has a Long Way to Go

    Tamara Hall had in her possession a video of the New Haven police stomping, kicking and punching Joseph Donaby while he was on the ground. It was an event she witnessed first-hand from the driver's seat of her car on Blake Street last month. She says it...
  • High lead levels found in Chicago water

    High lead levels found in Chicago water
    Though Chicago and other cities have long reported that lead levels in their water meet federal standards, regulators and scientists worry testing methods used for two decades could significantly underestimate consumers' exposure to the toxic metal....
  • 50 Chicago cops to be deployed to rail, bus stations

    50 Chicago cops to be deployed to rail, bus stations
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel plans to hire 50 full-time police officers to patrol rail and bus stations around the city. The officers will come from the fall class of the Chicago Police Academy and will be detailed to public transportation by the spring of 2012....
  • Around Town: Nurturing a fragile system

    We live in an age of unprecedented freedom. Freedom of speech, for example. The United States Supreme Court has spoken. Loud and clear. The Westboro Church has a First Amendment right, subject to reasonable local ordinances, to picket military funerals...
  • Lollapalooza at 20: Highlights, lowlights, revolution and evolution

    Lollapalooza at 20: Highlights, lowlights, revolution and evolution
    Lollapalooza wasn’t built to last two years, let alone intended to be around long enough to celebrate a 20th anniversary Aug. 5-7 in Grant Park. “I haven’t said this before, but after the first year, I went on my merry way, thinking...
  • Teacher pension study based on incomplete science

    Thomas A. Firey's recent suggestion in The Sun ("Better pension reform," July 27) of a statewide "buy-back" program for public employees to reduce Maryland's future public pension should be vetted very closely by citizens and officials, given the...