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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

7 shot, 2 fatally at Church's Chicken | VIDEO
Police continued the search for the gunman Wednesday morning who opened fire on a South Side restaurant.

Moms hold 'nurse-in' at Northwest Side Target | VIDEO
A group of Chicago moms is part of a nationwide campaign spawned by the story of a Texas woman who breastfed her child inside a Target store.
5 charged in Hoffman Estates cab beating
Five people, including three northwest suburban women, are charged in connection with the beating of a taxi driver in Hoffman Estates earlier this month.
Man charged in shooting, chase that injured officers
A man has been charged in a Chicago police-involved shooting Tuesday that included a short chase and a crash that injured two officers.
Thieves steal $2K from Catholic shrine in Libertyville
Police say thieves cracked a safe at a Catholic shrine in the northern suburbs on Christmas Eve.
Taste 2012 to go from July 11-15 | VIDEO
Next summer's Taste of Chicago will be cut in half to five days and take place after the Fourth of July.


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5 Chicago Bears headed to Pro Bowl Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher was selected to his eighth Pro Bowl, while teammate Lance Briggs made it for the seventh year in a row.

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IT'S PAUL: New Poll Gives Ron Paul Lead In Iowa
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
GOP Candidates Reveal Plans For 'Personhood' Laws
Kim Jong Il Funeral Held In North Korea
Netflix Customer Satisfaction Tanked In 2011
SEC Ramping Up Efforts To Stop Hedge Fund Fraud
Arizona Schools' Ethnic Studies Program Ruled Illegal
Evan Shapiro: Television 2012: Can't We All Just Get Along?
Is all TV good? Of course not! A lot of TV is crap. But denigrating ALL TV as evil is like burning all books because Snooki is now a best-selling author. That doesn't ruin my opinion of the written word or compel me to post comments like "STOP READING AND START KNITTING."
Jared Bernstein: U.S. Manufacturing Competitiveness in Global Trade
While we continue to run large deficits in manufactured goods annually, there are lots of advanced economies with long records of positive net exports. If you think the difference is prices, you're thinking like an economist... and you're wrong.
Darren Hutchinson: Congress and Wealth: Considering the Influence of Race, Gender, Class and Education
With the median net worth of our Congress at $913,000, many members have been insulated from the harmful impact of the economic downturn. This fact, however, lacks a lot of information that could put this data into a more informative context.
Cara Santa Maria: Autism: A Year In Review
A recent, welcome trend in scientific literature is one that celebrates the unique perspective, focus, and creativity seen in the autistic community, instead of fixating on deficits alone.
Yifat Oren: I'm A Celebrity Wedding Planner, Get Me Out Of Here
Sometimes the thing you're known for is not at all how you imagine yourself. In my case, being described as a "celebrity" wedding planner always leaves me bemused.

'Occupy' Will Caucus In Iowa

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Americans are gaining faith that the economy is on the upswing. An improving job outlook helped the Consumer Confidence Index soar to a post-recession peak, a signal that conforms with other economic indicators and reveals that people no longer feel certain they can't get a job or the economy is stalled. But the future still depends on the housing market -- which is plummeting. READ MORE
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Featured Column: Jim Hightower
With today's working-class depression severely restricting the ability of most people to splurge on "stuff," and with the public's rising unwillingness to keep shoveling their money at narcissistic corporate profiteers, a return to a more modest -- but also deeper -- spirit of gift-giving seems to be spreading. READ MORE
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Strange But True
The former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania -- the only Republican candidate who hasn't yet ridden a surging poll -- is best known for his strident social conservatism: He once compared same-sex marriage to bestiality. But did you know his Senate office in Scranton was next door to a gay bar named "The Silhouette Lounge"? Fun ensued. READ MORE
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Featured Column: Gene Lyons
In essence, the Iowa caucuses amount to a marketing device for cable TV news channels; it's "American Idol" for the politically obsessed. Their secondary function is to introduce cosmopolitan news correspondents to the homespun wisdom of Real Americans in places like Ankeny, Iowa, a Des Moines suburb where John Deere tractors are manufactured. READ MORE
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Already they have interrupted Michele Bachmann and drawn a withering putdown from Newt Gingrich as "all noise, no thought." But less than a week before the Iowa caucuses, Occupy activists in Des Moines are vowing to expand their protests as GOP presidential hopefuls converge on the state that speaks first in the race for the party's presidential nomination. READ MORE
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Video Of The Day
The latest video to emerge from the Ron Paul archive, produced by the extremist right wing John Birch Society, echoes the paranoid tone of the Texas libertarian's newsletters. It suggests that the United Nations is planning to impose a global dictatorship, leaving the U.S. Constitution "consigned to the ash heap of history," among other conspiratorial warnings. READ MORE
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