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Monday, December 19, 2011

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Monday, December 19, 2011

Judge shoots down request for new Blago trial | VIDEO
Two weeks after former governor Rod Blagojevich was sentenced, his attorneys asked a judge for a new trial.

Korean community watches for signs of instability | VIDEO
Koreans in the Chicago area are watching closely for any signs of a rocky transition of power in North Korea.
Kirk talks North Korea, endorses Romney
Republican Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk is among the U.S. leaders closely following developments in North Korea, after the death of Kim Jong Il.
CPS plans draw protests to city hall | VIDEO
Parents upset with Chicago Public Schools' plans to expand charter schools and turn around other schools are taking their message directly to Mayor Rahm Emanuel Monday.
Woman, 28, charged in Elgin murder
Bail was set at $1 million Monday for an Elgin woman charged with murder, accused of killing a man found dead in his burning apartment this weekend.
Emanuel: Chicago saved $83M since May | VIDEO
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the city has not only met its savings goal for 2011, it has surpassed it.


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North Korea: Kim Jong Il dead at 69 Even as the world changed around him, North Korean leader Kim Jong Il remained firmly in control, ruling absolutely at home and keeping the rest of the world on edge through a nuclear weapons program.

Korean community watches for signs of instability
North Korean state TV: Kim Jong Il, 69, has died
PHOTOS: Kim Jong Il: 1942-2011

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Monday, December 19, 2011
HuffPost's Latest e-Book: Beyond the Battlefield: The War Goes on for the Severely Wounded
Marcin Jakubowski On The DIY Civilization
Bad News For Newt
Patriots Dominate Tebow
Twitter Gets HUGE Investment
Robert Redford: Congress and Keystone XL: A National Disgrace
Let's be clear about the purpose of this move. It's a naked political stunt designed to hurt the president in an election year.
Questlove: What Is Soul?: Hamhocks, Cornflakes & Divas
What is Soul? That's a big question that The Roots asked ourselves a lot while we were working with lots of other music lovers on VH1 Divas Celebrates Soul -- a show you can and should see tonight for yourselves.
Michael Moore: A Man in Tunisia, a Movement on Wall Street, and the Soldier Who Ignited the Fuse
When anyone asks me, "Who started Occupy Wall Street?" sometimes I say "Goldman Sachs" or "Chase" but mostly I just say, "Bradley Manning." It was his courageous action that was the tipping point.
Sam Gellman: Traveling Through Kim Jong Il's Austere And Extravagant North Korea (PHOTOS)
Now that Kim Jong Il is dead, I wonder how long the alien world that I found in North Korea will continue to exist.
Menachem Rosensaft: Ron Wyden: Forging Common Ground on Medicare Reform
The Ryan-Wyden Medicare reform plan may well be less than perfect. But we know that all or nothing will in the end get us nothing. Ron Wyden and Paul Ryan deserve praise, not scorn, for at least trying to chart a path out of the quagmire.