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  • President Obama: 'Pick ourselves up'

     
    By Mark Silva President Barack Obama, calling on Americans to embrace "a new era of responsibility,'' delivered an inaugural address sober in its recognition of crises that Americans confront at home and abroad yet soaring in its assignment. Obama, sworn....
  • Obama has views on abortion, kind of

     
    by Amanda Erickson After much digging and a few secret sources, Politico found it: the lone Harvard Law Review article written (but unsigned) by presumptive presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) This would be scoop enough. But it turns out......
  • Barack Obama: I trusted Rezko

    Barack Obama: I trusted Rezko
    Trying to put his past with Antoin "Tony" Rezko behind him, presidential candidate Barack Obama on Friday said he never thought the nowindicted Chicago businessman would try to take advantage of him because his old friend had never asked for a political...
  • Barack Obama interview on March 16, 2008

    Obama's opening statement: So what I want to do, if this is OK with you guys, I want to start just by talking about my house purchase and Tony Rezko because that's something that I know you guys have editorialized on, suggesting that we haven't...
  • Patrick Fitzgerald profile (March 2007)

    Patrick Fitzgerald has been living a dual life. As the top federal prosecutor in northern Illinois, Fitzgerald has solidified a reputation as a no-nonsense corruption buster--"Eliot Ness with a Harvard degree," as a friend once described him.In his other...
  • Barackraham Oblincoln

    President-elect Barack Obama is more than a little obsessed with Abraham Lincoln. He announced his candidacy at the Old State Capitol in Springfield, where Lincoln delivered his "house divided" speech. He's riding to his inauguration via train, just...
  • Man Held in Nephew's Drug Overdose Death

    (WGN-AM)-A 40-year-old Rockford man is being held on $1 million bail in the heroin-induced death of his nephew in Harvard this spring, authorities announced Friday. Wade Smith of Rockford faces a charge of drug-induced homicide, a Class X felony,...
  • 'The Battle for America 2008: The Story of an Extraordinary Election' by Dan Balz and Haynes Johnson

    'The Battle for America 2008: The Story of an Extraordinary Election' by Dan Balz and Haynes Johnson
    The Battle for America 2008 The Story of an Extraordinary Election Dan Balz and Haynes Johnson Viking: 432 pp., $29.95 For the record, Hillary Clinton's chief strategist for the 2008 Democratic primaries, Mark Penn, remarked in a March 2007 memo...
  • Air pollution lawsuit: Federal and state lawyers sue Midwest Generation over Illinois power plant emissions

    Air pollution lawsuit: Federal and state lawyers sue Midwest Generation over Illinois power plant emissions
    From the outside, the power plant that towers above Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood looks like a sooty relic from the early part of the last century. The Fisk plant has been burning coal to generate electricity on the Near West Side since 1903. But federal...
  • Free Spirit Siberian Rescue

    Free Spirit Siberian Rescue is a non-profit rescue organization, located in Harvard, IL that is dedicated to placing Siberian Huskies in permanent, loving homes. By adopting a homeless pet, you will be giving an animal a second chance at life. If you...
  • Feb. 9: Focus on Family - Dr. Angeline Beltsos

    Feb. 9: Focus on Family - Dr. Angeline Beltsos
    New Pre-pregnancy Test May Save Lives, Assist in Creating Healthy Pregnancies, and Dramatically Cut Future Healthcare Costs Rare genetic diseases like those seen in the new Harrison Ford movie "Extraordinary Measures" can now be detected prior to...