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  • Chicago History Museum: Telling the essential stories of our American city

    Chicago History Museum: Telling the essential stories of our American city
    On weekends, the Chicago History Museum is not stuffed to bursting with newcomers to the city, but it ought to be. One of the highest best uses of the information-rich institution at the south end of Lincoln Park is its ability to ground people in the...
  • Florida should raise its minimum wage

    Florida should raise its minimum wage
    It is time for Florida to lead. Every once in awhile in the history of this great country, the federal government just can't get the job done. Partisan gridlock, constitutional uncertainty, public distrust all play a role. But one of the great strengths...
  • The sham drug idea of the year: 'pink Viagra'

    The sham drug idea of the year: 'pink Viagra'
    Many women report losing their desire for sex, some temporarily, some permanently. Is this a relationship problem, a normal aspect of life changes or, as the pharmaceutical industry maintains, an “unmet medical need”? That was the question...
  • 'Pregnant' schoolgirl display shocks Venezuelans

    'Pregnant' schoolgirl display shocks Venezuelans
    A display showing mannequins of pregnant schoolgirls at a Caracas mall is shocking shoppers and stirring debate over sex education in Venezuela. Two local charities have dressed up three mannequins behind a shop window as girls with bulging stomachs...
  • Glamour salutes Women of the Year in exhilarating fashion

    Glamour salutes Women of the Year in exhilarating fashion
    Their life stories are miles — both literal and figurative — apart. But the story they collectively told Monday night was one of unity and optimism. Glamour magazine feted 10 honorees at the annual Women of the Year awards at Carnegie Hall:...
  • In Malloy-Foley Race, Many Voters Saw No Good Choice

    In Malloy-Foley Race, Many Voters Saw No Good Choice
    The 2014 governor's race hinged largely on which of two unpopular candidates managed to make himself less disliked than the other, each trying to get voters to overcome negative opinions, swallow hard and vote for him. That's what the pundits and...
  • Is defense of Renee Zellweger a shift in how we talk about women?

    Is defense of Renee Zellweger a shift in how we talk about women?
    You may have heard of Renee Zellweger. She's won an Oscar and starred in some of the biggest cult classics of the '90s and 2000s. And for the last two weeks, she's been in the news because she doesn't look the same as she did when she was 26. In...
  • Years after sexual harassment settlement, Ford plant sued again

    Years after sexual harassment settlement, Ford plant sued again
    A Chicago Ford Motor plant that was part of a $9 million settlement over sexual harassment claims in 2000 is being sued again by four women alleging sexual harassment and sex discrimination. The women are represented by Keith Hunt, the Chicago...
  • Republicans poised for gains in Senate and House

    WASHINGTON Americans wrapped up voting Tuesday in midterm elections for control of Congress, poised to give Republicans more seats in both the House of Representatives and the Senate and perhaps control of the Senate a message of discontent with President...
  • Palestinian activist found guilty of concealing Israeli conviction

    Palestinian activist found guilty of concealing Israeli conviction
    A Palestinian activist from Chicago was ordered taken into custody Monday after she was found guilty of lying on immigration and citizenship papers by concealing her conviction for a deadly terrorist bombing in Israel more than 40 years ago. A federal...
  • Hartford Students Back From African Peace Trip With Life Lessons — And No Ebola

    Hartford Students Back From African Peace Trip With Life Lessons — And No Ebola
    Kindness and the power of forgiveness were among the biggest lessons that six Hartford students brought back from their recent school trip to South Africa — principles promptly put to the test upon their return to Hartford Public High School, they...