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  • An electric Ferrari? Don't count on it

    At least that's what Ferrari president Luca di Montezemelo told Engadget in a recent interview. From Engadget:   Montezemelo said "You will never see a Ferrari electric because I don't believe in electric cars, because I don't think they represent an...
  • Personal, Political Artifacts At John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

    Personal, Political Artifacts At John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
    In honor of the recent election, DayTrippers takes a tour of the incredible John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, which houses a large collection of personal and political artifacts.  Situated on Boston's Columbia Point, the museum's...
  • 2015: Sales tax hike in La Grange? Decision on pool for OPRF?

    The coming year could produce a sales tax increase in La Grange, a decision on a new pool for Oak Park and River Forest High School and permission for bars to open in Oak Park. Also ahead in 2015, ground is expected to be broken for a new development...
  • What to expect in 2015: Obamacare and the Republican Congress

    What to expect in 2015: Obamacare and the Republican Congress
    If you're looking for what to expect next year, look no further than the seeds planted in 2014. It was a year when the country talked more about race and power than it did the year it elected its first black president; when police became a bigger...
  • Harvey residents detail life in 'lawless' suburb

     Harvey residents detail life in 'lawless' suburb
    On Sangamon Street near the northern border of Harvey sit two, crisp 1½-story houses. In the gray one, Ruth Cameron raised two daughters who went off to college. One came back and bought the blue one next door. Together, the women describe a growing...
  • Internet, religion and 'The Interview': Letters

    Internet, religion and 'The Interview': Letters
    Internet users, abusers We are "hoist by our own petard." We have created the Internet, which most of us believe is the greatest way to spread information. It educates millions who never had access to schooling. For the older generation, like me,...
  • A one-man revolution

    Until now there were two types of peaceful American change. One was a president, like Franklin D. Roosevelt or Ronald Reagan, working with Congress to alter American life from the top down by passing a new agenda. The other was popular reform pressure, as...
  • Who's been naughty and nice in 2014

    It's not only Santa who makes lists and checks them twice. Editorial writers do too. Here's who's getting coal and who's getting candy from us in 2014. Nice: Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), for doggedly insisting on the release of the 499-page...
  • 2014 in review: Naperville

    2014 in review: Naperville
    Throughout the year, Naperville-area residents saw new leaders take the helm of major organizations and new commercial developments take shape. They also debated puppy mills, bar rules and school support programs. Here's a look at those stories and others...
  • New $25 federal duck stamp aims to raise funds for habitat

    President Barack Obama on Thursday signed the Federal Duck Stamp Act of 2014, increasing the price of the stamp to $25 and boosting the prospects for more U.S. wildlife habitat. On the same day, he signed the Permanent Electronic Duck Stamp Act to expand...
  • A well-earned name: Nothing is simple in world of 'dark-money' politics

    WASHINGTON Paul G. Ryan asked the Arizona Secretary of State's Office what seemed like a simple question: Is a state nonprofit that spends money to influence elections actually a political committee? Almost six months later, it's clear that the...