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  • Lost on a 14,000-foot mountain: Let us pray

    Lost on a 14,000-foot mountain: Let us pray
    SAN ISABEL NATIONAL FOREST, Colo. — The map taunted me. Its squiggly elevation lines — invisible markers of humiliation — pointed to both my failure in reaching the summit of 14,196-foot Mount Yale and my even more disastrous efforts...
  • Writer makes an ambitious leap

    Writer makes an ambitious leap
    You'll read "The Ambition" trying to figure out which real-life characters the book's key players are based on. Is power-hungry pastor Eric Stone really Willow Creek Senior Pastor Bill Hybels? Does corrupt judge Reese McKelvie have a doppelganger at...
  • Architect's vision takes shape in Sept. 11 memorial

    Architect's vision takes shape in Sept. 11 memorial
    The burly construction workers ignore the lanky man as he dips beneath steel beams, plods through muddy puddles and inches his way past the spinning barrel of a cement mixer. In his neat jeans, button-down shirt and leather brogues, he clearly is not...
  • Illinois sues Heart Check America over body scan sales

    Illinois sues Heart Check America over body scan sales
    In scores of consumer complaints, Heart Check America clients have accused the company of using pressure sales tactics inappropriate for a health care firm as it markets long-term medical imaging contracts costing thousands of dollars. The Tinley Park-...
  • St. Joseph Medical Center's CEO resigns

    The executive brought in to lead St. Joseph Medical Center as a crisis manager after a doctor was accused of placing unnecessary stents in hundreds of patients resigned Friday without explanation. Jeffrey K. Norman became chief executive officer during a...
  • Probe of Tylenol murders shifts focus to Unabomber's DNA

    Probe of Tylenol murders shifts focus to Unabomber's DNA
    The FBI is seeking DNA from the convicted Unabomber to determine if he was responsible for the long-unsolved Tylenol murders, linking two of the nation's most shocking crimes from the last three decades. But it was unclear whether investigators were...
  • Don't let the bedbugs bite

    Don't let the bedbugs bite
    Bed bugs have been invading metro areas across the country and this region isn't immune. On the Peninsula, hotel chains, private residences and at least one apartment building have had recent reports of the pests which are about the size of an apple...
  • Got an office gripe? Get it off your chest

    Got an office gripe? Get it off your chest
    Work is, by its very definition, not fun. I know this because I looked it up in the dictionary and spotted nonfun words like "labor" and "exerts" and "effort." I also know this because I work, and have done so since realizing that money is necessary to...
  • 10 fast-growing retirement spots

    10 fast-growing retirement spots
    Nationwide, the age-65-and-older population increased by 15 percent between 2000 and 2010, according to a recent Brookings Institution analysis of 2010 Census Bureau data. But many major U.S. cities are aging much faster than that. Some 31 metro areas,...
  • Life lessons from the pros

    Life lessons from the pros
    If you could ask the top experts in the world of self-help just one question, what would it be? It's not often that so many of them can be found in one place at one time, but on June 10 in Chicago, you can find some of the top authors in the genre at the...
  • The 800-pound grammar gorilla

    We have a soft spot for idiom blends. It might date back to the time a friend warned us not to put the barn door before the horse, which, if memory serves, was her way of saying to take things one step a time. Sure, "Don't put the cart before the horse"...