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  • Amy Landecker proud of her slow, steady career evolution

    Amy Landecker proud of her slow, steady career evolution
    Welcome to Questions of Characters, the column that puts a name to some of the most familiar faces in movies, on television, the stage and commercials who either hail from Chicago or have spent enough time here to consider it home. Name: Amy Landecker...
  • Howell: "I'm obviously disturbed." Bolling: "something we need to look at."

    Former Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling had this to say this morning about McAuliffe Chief of Staff Paul Reagan's overtures to then state Sen. Phil Puckett: “I was disappointed to see this story. It’s clear that Mr. Reagan made a mistake in...
  • Sheldon sues Scott

    Sheldon sues Scott
    TALLAHASSEE — George Sheldon, the Democratic candidate for attorney general, has filed a lawsuit against Gov. Rick Scott alleging he has violated the state "Government in the Sunshine" laws by not completely disclosing all his financial interests....
  • Governor Terry McAuliffe's aide suggested job for lawmaker's daughter

    Governor Terry McAuliffe's aide suggested job for lawmaker's daughter
    RICHMOND, Va. — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe's chief of staff left a voice-mail message for a Democrat who was on the verge of quitting the General Assembly in June, saying that the state senator's daughter might get a top state job if he stayed to...
  • Review: 'Under This Beautiful Dome' by Terry Mutchler

    Review: 'Under This Beautiful Dome' by Terry Mutchler
    Illinois' capital city swells when the Legislature is in session, filled with lawmakers, staffers, journalists and lobbyists working hard and often playing hard in a place where rumors swirl and alcohol flows freely. It was into this world that Terry...
  • Gift limits vetoed by Gov. Brown would have affected him little

    Gift limits vetoed by Gov. Brown would have affected him little
    In vetoing a bill restricting gifts to elected officials, Gov. Jerry Brown was acting on a measure that would have affected his own practice of accepting perks, but not by much. Like most elected officials, the governor accepts gifts, but few of the...
  • Confronting death before it comes

    Confronting death before it comes
    Questions about the end of life have faced human beings for as long as we have walked the earth. When will it come? Is there life after death? Thanks to modern medicine, we now live longer and, thankfully, can prevent many premature deaths. But with...
  • Even in situational role, Terps' Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil remains 'key guy'

    Even in situational role, Terps' Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil remains 'key guy'
    On a third-and-8 during the fourth quarter of Maryland’s win over Iowa on Saturday, Terps outside linebacker Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil -- lined up over center -- used a quick swim move to beat Hawkeyes center Austin Blythe before converging with fellow...
  • Emmaus grad Kevin White making better life for himself at West Virginia

    Emmaus grad Kevin White making better life for himself at West Virginia
    Kevin White was checking out websites last weekend, looking at different angles of his one-handed touchdown catch that helped West Virginia beat then-No. 4 ranked Baylor. "It was pretty cool seeing that catch and hearing people talk about it," the senior...
  • Mailbag: Because The Ranch is no Montage

    A recent letter asked why, unlike a prior proposal by Montage Laguna Beach, The Ranch project does not include a public trail through the property (Mailbag, Oct. 17). The Montage was indeed considering a potential trail in return for approval of their...
  • Live Nation's bid to run Greek Theatre gets parks panel's backing

    Live Nation's bid to run Greek Theatre gets parks panel's backing
    The Greek Theatre could change hands after a Los Angeles city commission recommended Thursday that another company take over running the historic Griffith Park venue, the latest step in a bitter battle between entertainment titans. The decision could...