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  • Google Admits it Accidentally Collected Emails, Passwords

    Google Admits it Accidentally Collected Emails, Passwords
    (Reuters) -- Google Inc admitted for the first time its "Street View" cars around the world accidentally collected more personal data than previously disclosed -- including complete emails and passwords -- potentially breathing new life into probes in...
  • Plug it in: Chevrolet Volt goes from concept to reality

    Plug it in: Chevrolet Volt goes from concept to reality
    The 2011 Chevrolet Volt doesn't consume a drop of gas or exhale an ounce of exhaust into the air. But not always. It runs on batteries that power an electric motor, but only for 25 to 50 miles before the juice is exhausted. Then, a 1.4-liter gas engine...
  • The great political campaign of 2010

    The great political campaign of 2010
    WASHINGTON — In a radio interview that aired last week on Univision, President Barack Obama chided Latinos who "sit out the election instead of saying, 'We're gonna punish our enemies and we're gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues...
  • Chicagoland literary events: July 23 - 29

    Saturday Poets Dave Landsberger and Kathleen Rooney will write impromptu poems on any topic 2-5 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. in the Chamber of Commerce booth at Wicker Park Fest, Milwaukee and North avenues; $5 suggested donation will benefit 826CHI. Sunday...
  • Amtrak Service Between NYC And Boston Suspended Until Saturday

    Amtrak Service Between NYC And Boston Suspended Until Saturday
    Amtrak decided to cancel service between NYC and Boston until Saturday, issuing the following press release: All Amtrak service between New York and Boston is suspended until Saturday, July 23, due to damage from a heavy truck that struck the overhead...
  • Nearly 700 Same-Sex Couples Tie Knot In NYC

    Nearly 700 Same-Sex Couples Tie Knot In NYC
    On the first day of the marriage equality law, New York City wed a record 659 couples. 484 were married by State Court Judges who volunteered their time to be part of the event. New York is the sixth and largest state in the nation to legalize same sex...
  • 7 ways to cut health costs

    7 ways to cut health costs
    If you need help finding affordable health coverage, getting claims paid by your current insurer or lowering your prescription-drug costs, there are several resources online. Take a look at these seven sites: EHealthInsurance.com will help you find the...
  • A chic, new Washington?

    A chic, new Washington?
    The Founding Fathers wanted to separate the center of government from the center of commerce. So after contentious wrangling they decided to move the capital from New York to a swamp on the Potomac. And in some senses, it still is a swamp. Purely in...
  • The 10 official inaugural balls

    So what exactly are the 10 "official" inaugural balls under the aegis of the Presidential Inaugural Committee? They include five regional balls that encompass most of the U.S. states and territories, a pair of balls honoring the home states of the...
  • Ted Kennedy endorses Obama, citing his 'extraordinary gifts'

    Declaring that "it is time for a new generation of leadership" in America, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy endorsed Sen. Barack Obama for president Monday, wrapping the young politician in the mantle of America's best-known political dynasty. He was joined in a...
  • Donald C. Alexander dies at 87; former IRS chief who battled Nixon administration

    Donald C. Alexander, the Internal Revenue Service commissioner who successfully fought the Nixon administration's attempts to use tax audits and investigations to punish its political enemies, died of cancer Tuesday at his home in Washington, D.C. He...