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  • Donald Trump's Chicago marker

    Donald Trump's Chicago marker
    Let's be honest. Our latest civic tizzy isn't rooted in the fact that big, back-lit letters have been affixed to the riverfront side of Trump International Hotel & Tower. It's rooted in what those letters spell. If the 20-foot-6-inch-high letters...
  • Chan Lowe: FPL gets approval for more nukes

    Chan Lowe: FPL gets approval for more nukes
    One of the advantages of working at a newspaper office in downtown Oklahoma City during the early ’80s was that I could pop over to the federal courthouse during my lunch hour and sit in on a trial.   The most memorable of these was the civil...
  • Tamerlan Tsarnaev sought to rename himself after militant

    WASHINGTON — Less than three months before the Boston Marathon bombings, a bitter, frustrated Tamerlan Tsarnaev visited a federal immigration office in the Boston area and signed forms seeking to legally change his first name. Eager to recast...
  • Review: Richard Artschwager a success in any dimension at Hammer

    Review: Richard Artschwager a success in any dimension at Hammer
    Richard Artschwager, who died in February at 89, was that exceedingly rare artist who made paintings and sculptures of virtually equal merit. In contemporary art, usually it's one or the other. Painters paint, sculptors sculpt, and the differences...
  • JPMorgan's Dimon put in a rough spot

    Jamie Dimon, arguably the nation's most powerful banker, has navigated intense scrutiny from Congress, the White House and regulators around the globe. But it's a federal prosecutor in Sacramento, far from the world's financial and political capitals,...
  • Social Security considering 'barrier' at Woodlawn campus

    Social Security considering 'barrier' at Woodlawn campus
    The Social Security Administration is planning to build a "security barrier" at its Woodlawn headquarters that officials say is needed to protect employees and visitors. Though available details of its design are sparse — several elected...
  • UCI professor searched for explosives, weapons online, D.A. says

     
    p> A UC Irvine professor charged with a series of arson fires and accused of plotting to kill 200 students at his son’s high school had searched the Web for the same homemade explosives used in the Oklahoma bombing, a......
  • Memorial a testament to Oklahoma's resolve

    Memorial a testament to Oklahoma's resolve
    OKLAHOMA CITY — The office clock displayed in the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is frozen at 9:02 and 37 seconds. It marks a passage in history, the day Oklahoma City — and the whole country — changed forever. At that moment...
  • BGE prepares for gas tower implosion

    BGE prepares for gas tower implosion
    For about eight decades, the 258-foot Melvale Gas Holder has towered above northern Baltimore. In seven seconds Sunday morning, the storage tank will be brought to the ground. BGE plans to implode the steel structure, which hasn't been used since 1997....
  • Seditious revolutionaries or all talk? Michigan jury will decide

     
    Militia trial: A Detroit jury will be tasked with deciding whether seven members of a Midwest militia known as Hutaree are Christian revolutionary bomb-throwers -- or just swaggering survivalists suffering from too much bluster and bravado....
  • MacArthur Foundation exec built her career from a mix of public, private experience and dashes of chance, risk

    MacArthur Foundation exec built her career from a mix of public, private experience and dashes of chance, risk
    When Robert Gallucci arrived in Chicago to take the reins at the MacArthur Foundation in mid-2009, he found himself besieged by new "friends."    "They had great ideas on how the foundation could spend its money," he said.    The onetime diplomat and...