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Friday, December 16, 2011

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Friday, December 16, 2011

Woman released by ISP failed sobriety test | VIDEO
Diana Paz failed a sobriety test and had a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit when she was released by police near the Eisenhower Expressway, where she was struck and killed by a truck.

Rally in Chicago marks end of Iraq war | VIDEO
Nine years ago, thousands of people gathered in Chicago's Loop to protest the build-up to the start of the war in Iraq. Friday morning, some of them are back, marking the end of the war.
Boil order lifted in East Chicago
A boil order was lifted in East Chicago, Ind.
Man fatally struck by car on Wheaton road | VIDEO
A man died Friday after he was struck by a vehicle at a dark intersection in Wheaton, according to the DuPage County Sheriff's Office.
Film critics association to hold awards event
The Chicago Film Critics Association has announced it will have its first gala awards event since 2001.
Youth football team heads to New Orleans | VIDEO
Several young football players are on their way to New Orleans for a tournament thanks to some generous donors.


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Who is Chicago Bears football player Sam Hurd? A reporter who knows Chicago Bear Sam Hurd said the wide receiver, who was arrested on drug charges, is a ''respectful guy.''

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Cafe Hoang's specialty is pho Spend any time walking along Argyle Street in Uptown, and you'll notice similarities. They pretty much all offer pho, the ubiquitous soup from Vietnam, which is made throughout the day at Cafe Hoang, by a family that literally cooks and eats together.

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Friday's Daily Brief

Legend Lost: Christopher Hitchens, 1949-2011
Friday, December 16, 2011
SEC Charges Former Fannie, Freddie Executives With Fraud Over Risky Mortgages
GOP Candidates Avoid Fireworks In Final Debate Before Iowa Caucuses
Harald Haas On Lightbulb Data
Occupy Wall Street Prepares For Occupation 2.0
Russia Seizes Iran-Bound Radioactive Metal
David Frum: Christopher Hitchens, 1949-2011
A friend of theirs once took Christopher Hitchens and his wife Carol Blue to dinner at Palm Beach's Everglades Club, notorious for its exclusion of Jews. "You will behave, won't you?" Carol anxiously asked Christopher on the way into the club. No dice. When the headwaiter approached, Christopher demanded: "Do you have a kosher menu?" Christopher was never a man to back away from a confrontation on behalf of what he considered basic decency. Yet it would be wrong to remember only the confrontational side. Christopher was also a man of exquisite sensitivity and courtesy, dispensed without regard to age or station.
Marlo Thomas: My Funniest Christmas Memory
Everyone has great Christmas memories. My favorite involves a camel.
Matthew Chapman: Christopher Hitchens: A Memory
I had dinner with Christopher in Houston a few weeks ago. I suppose he must have known he was dying and this was probably the last time we'd see each other, but there was no sentimentality or whining.
Cara Santa Maria: Anxiety vs. Stress: What's The Difference?
Acute and chronic stress aren't diagnosable mental illnesses, but anxiety disorders are. So what's the difference? To me, this line is a bit fuzzy. It all comes down to what's happening in the brain, and how that affects an individual's ability to cope.
Rabbi Michael Lerner: Occupy Hanukkah and Christmas
One of the reflections of the way both religions have lost their ethical core is that the vast majority of people in both religious worlds have allowed their winter holidays into orgies of consumerism.