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Thursday, December 29, 2011

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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Man killed in apparent carjacking in Waukegan | VIDEO
Police in the far northern suburbs are searching for suspects after an apparent carjacking that resulted in the death of one person.

Reports: Man questioned in restaurant shooting | VIDEO
Police are reportedly questioning someone about a deadly shooting inside a South Side restaurant.
Metra train strikes unoccupied car near West Chicago
There were some delays Thursday morning for Metra's Union Pacific West riders after a train hit an unoccupied car.
Suburban crashes blamed on icy roads | VIDEO
Police across the suburbs responded to a number of spinouts because of icy roads.
3 homes damaged in NW Side fire | VIDEO
Fire damaged three homes on Chicago's Northwest Side early Thursday.
1,500 gallons of diesel spills at FAA facility | VIDEO
On Thursday, crews continued to clean up after diesel fuel leaked from the Federal Aviation Administration facility in west suburban Aurora.


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NW Ind. woman's 'miracle' recovery from illnesses The miraculous recovery of Rebeka Kasper is being hailed as one for the record books.

Swiped Jesus statues left on S. Ind. library steps Seven swiped baby Jesus statues ended up neatly arranged on the steps of a southern Indiana town's library a couple days after Christmas.


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Thursday's Daily Brief

GIDDY ROMNEY: 'Why Don't We Just Caucus Right Now?'
Thursday, December 29, 2011
2 Doctors Without Borders Workers Shot By Disgruntled Former Employee
Michele Bachmann's Iowa Chairman Abandons Her For Ron Paul
China Reveals Plans For Space Station Labs
2011 Was A Bad Year For Elephants
Behind The Controversial New Laws Taking Effect In 2012
Cobus de Swardt: A Year After Corruption Ignited the Arab Spring, Do Citizens Have a Greater Voice?
When citizens are silenced, fraud and corruption from the financial sector to building safety, go unchecked with disastrous consequences for economy and society. This year the world has been rocked by a Tunisian fruit seller who refused to let his voice go unheard.
Robert Reich: My Political Prediction for 2012: It's Obama-Clinton
My political prediction for 2012 (based on absolutely no inside information): Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden swap places. Biden becomes Secretary of State -- a position he's apparently coveted for years. And Hillary Clinton, Vice President.
Barbara Hannah Grufferman: Why Turning 50 Can Save Your Life
For too long, women have been tricked into seeing 50 as the end of the road when, instead, we should be viewing it as the start of a new life, one in which we are truly comfortable with who we are.
Peter Davis: Remembering Bert Schneider
On Christmas Eve 1973, Bert Schneider, the richly innovative Hollywood producer who died this month, decreed a screening of what eventually became my film on the Vietnam War, Hearts and Minds.
Margaret Wheeler Johnson: Losing My Religion: If I'm So Done With Faith, Why Do I Still Feel Its Loss?
I managed to live in New York for two years without it once occurring to me that I had so recently been a believer. Then I was reminded -- at exactly noon on a weekday in the spring of 2007.

Newt Says He Would Never Vote For Ron Paul

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The Big Story, By Matt Taylor
Finally, Rick Santorum is getting his surge.

The former Pennsylvania senator has been stuck at the bottom of the polls since he launched his presidential campaign, but now it looks like months of aggressively courting Iowa power-brokers, evangelical leaders, and Republican base voters is paying dividends. Recent state surveys indicate that the conservative stalwart -- he has touted his consistent willingness to confront the twin threats of Iran and gay marriage -- is rapidly gaining support, just days before the caucuses that will play an outsized role in determining the 2012 Republican presidential nominee. READ MORE
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Law & Order
For years, proponents and opponents of the death penalty have been divided over whether the death penalty actually deters murders. But both sides have to agree that deterrence requires that any penalty be swift and certain, or at least reasonably so. The death penalty just isn't. READ MORE
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Social Security And You
This year will go down in my books as the year of Internet hogwash -- at least as far as Social Security is concerned. Here are some of the most ridiculous Internet rumors that muddied people's understanding about Social Security during the past year. READ MORE
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Video Of The Day
This Christmas message from NewtHampshire 2012 -- featuring 90 seconds of a break-dancing elf as he terrorizes Gingrich's campaign office, before ending with a disclaimer that it was paid for by the Gingrich campaign -- is destined to be remembered as one of the weirdest moments in a decidedly strange presidential campaign. READ MORE
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Featured Column: E.J. Dionne
No matter what happens in Iowa, Mitt Romney has a safety net in New Hampshire. The key to wrapping up a nomination quickly has always been an Iowa-New Hampshire one-two punch, and the Granite State, which votes on Jan. 10, seems to be a Romney fortress. READ MORE
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Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul have made no attempt to hide their personal disgust for one another, increasingly brutal attacks having quickly become the signature of the final days leading up to the Iowa caucuses next Tuesday. But now it's getting nasty: Newt implied that he'd vote for Obama over Paul. READ MORE
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