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  • Follow the leader — a hard game to quit

     
    Wednesday's print column It's a legislative tradition in five states that the speaker of the House is subject to term limits: Six years in Connecticut; two in Florida, South Dakota, North Dakota and Wyoming. "There's nothing in writing," said Brenda......
  • The Walking Dead recap Season 4 episode 6: ‘Live Bait’

     
    Well, well. Maybe ol' Hershel is right after all and you really can come back from the bad things that happen to you here in the walker-pocalypse. Because of all the gents I expected to remain the epitome of ice-blooded, comrade-killing evil, Philip &#...
  • ‘Walking Dead’: Robert Kirkman says Governor ‘could attack at any moment’

     
    It's not an exaggeration to describe “The Walking Dead” as the biggest thing on television right now. AMC's hit zombie […]...
  • New York Adds 'Texting Zones' to Distracted-Driving Arsenal

     
    Some have called it a pragmatic approach. Others, namely the news satirists at The Onion, have mocked it. Whether visionary or absurd, the state of New York is adopting a sort of "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" attitude......
  • 'Victims rights' gone amok

     
    UPDATED FROM SATURDAY WITH SEVERAL INTERESTING RESPONSES In Jason Meisner's story Quinn seeks removal of state torture panel director we read: Gov. Pat Quinn has asked the director of a state commission vetting allegations of police torture to step down.....
  • The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 1 recap: ‘30 Days Without An Accident’

     
    Fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead have been readying themselves for a whole new world at the prison ever since we watched the busload of Woodbury residents arrive at the end of Season 3. Some six months later, what a world it is — comparatively...
  • The 'enormity' of running for office

     
    One of the things I always thought in my career that I wanted to do, I thought I would be able to have that opportunity, I hoped, would be to run for office. And even though you’re around it for......
  • Comptrol alt delete

     
    From the Sunday print column So yet another political striver is looking to become Illinois comptroller. Earlier this week, Democratic Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon announced her candidacy for the state's second most obscure constitutional office (her current...
  • He Dunne good

     
    A reception will be held Saturday from 2 to 8 p.m. at the Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox Ave, to commemorate the installation of a street sign honoring Edward F. Dunne, former mayor of Chicago and governor of......
  • Rob McCord: I'm in

     
    No surprise here, but state Treasurer Rob McCord will announce today at Montgomery County Community College in Blue Bell that he's officially entering the race for governor. McCord tipped off supporters in a 2:18 a.m. email, proving that staying up......
  • The Walking Dead recap Season 4 episode 5: ‘Internment’

     
    Given everything that happened during last night’s claustrophobic, emotionally draining, completely nerve-jangling episode of The Walking Dead — aptly called ‘Internment’ —┬áit seems kind of a shame to jump right to the end....