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Thursday, December 15, 2011

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Thursday, December 15, 2011

Bears' Hurd arrested on drug charges | VIDEO
Chicago Bears player Sam Hurd was taken into federal custody at a Chicago restaurant Wednesday night.

Police scour Loop for parking abuse | VIDEO
Police are cracking down on drivers in the Loop who abuse the disability parking program, the day after the Chicago City Council increased the penalties.
Lowell, Ind., couple allegedly kept boy, 14, in cage
An Indiana couple has been charged with 16 felonies based on allegations by a 14-year-old boy who told police he ran away to escape severe abuse.
Tollway board to set budget
The Illinois Tollway board is expected to approve a budget for 2012.
Suspect arrested after shots fired at police
Dozens of Chicago police officers converged on a Humboldt Park block after someone fired at officers.
Man dies from hypothermia
The death of a 58-year old man is being blamed in part on hypothermia and the cold.


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Chicago rape survivor urges victims to speak out A 25-year-old rape survivor tells her story to ABC7 as the results of a government survey on violence against women are released.

Survey: 1 in 4 US women victims of severe violence

Which cars are the safest? A record number of cars and trucks made the insurance industry's list of "top safety pick" award winners this year.

List of 115 top auto safety picks


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Thursday's Daily Brief

Thursday, December 15, 2011
U.S. Military Formally Shuts Down The War In Iraq
House Republicans Unveil $1 Trillion Spending Bill
Brené Brown On Vulnerability
Huge Day For Huge Stars
Steve Jobs: Barbara Walters Reveals Most Fascinating Person Of 2011
Geoffrey R. Stone: Obama on Republican Economic Policy: "It Doesn't Work."
Ronald Reagan swept into Washington touting the theory of "trickle-down" economics. The idea was simple: by reducing federal tax rates, government would leave more money in the market, which would bolster the economy, which would generate jobs and goods, which would increase total income, which would ultimately produce enough tax revenue to make up for the initial reduction in taxes. But in his speech in Osawatomie, Kansas, last week, President Obama proclaimed that this economic theory "doesn't work." It has been tried, he said, and it "has never worked." So which is right, and which is just political blather?
Menachem Rosensaft: Criminalizing Mass Murder: 65 Years After The UN's First Condemnation Of Genocide
We must keep in mind that while posthumous justice for the victims of genocide is an important consideration, the most critical imperative has been the prevention of future carnages. One need only look at Darfur to realize that this goal is far from accomplished.
Melanie Notkin: Fertility: Should You Have A Baby On Your Own?
When did voluntarily becoming a single mother become the barometer for your desire to be a mother, your bravery, and your level of attractiveness to men?
Robert Reich: An Offer to the President
We heard what you said last week about the dangers of the increasing concentration of income and wealth at the top. We agree. And many of us are prepared to work our hearts out to get you reelected -- as long as you commit to doing what needs to be done in your second term.
Alan Thicke: The Oscar Surgeons, or, 'How to Look Better Than You Feel'
Our goal is always to Connect the Generations and no one does that better than those heroic souls who snip and tighten, mold and lighten, tweak and scrape the years away when us Boomers start wishing we still looked like you Nexters.