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Tuesday, January 03, 2012

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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Chicago Bears release GM Jerry Angelo
Chicago Bears General Manager Jerry Angelo has been fired after an injury-riddled season that saw the team fall from playoff contention in a five-game skid.

Man shot, stuffed in trunk during carjacking | VIDEO
A 24-year-old man was in the hospital fighting for his life Tuesday after a violent carjacking in the Little Village neighborhood.
Students return to school after classmate murdered
Students at Rolling Meadows High School returned to class after winter break and paused to remember a classmate killed in Mexico.
Residents displaced in West Side fire
Fifteen people were without homes Tuesday after flames ripped through a two-story residence on Chicago's West Side.
Owner cited after pit bulls attack lakefront jogger
The owner of two pit bulls has been cited after the dogs viciously attacked a jogger in a Southeast Side lakefront park.
Woman dies in Calumet City fire
In south suburban Calumet City, investigators are looking into the cause of a fire that killed a 66-year-old woman.


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National Sleep Day January 3rd has been set aside as "National Sleep Day." With the holidays over, it's a new year and time to turn over a new leaf.

Is sleeping with your pets bad for you?
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Free Fitness Week Workout for free at 71 Chicago Park District fitness centers as part of Free Fitness Week January 3 through 9.

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Iowa Divided: Party Divided In Final Stretch
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Romney Wraps Up Week-Long Iowa Bus Tour By Ripping Into President Obama
U.S. Imposes Sanctions On Banks Dealing With Iran
Final Polls Put Romney Ahead
Dead Body Found On Queen's Estate, Police Treat Case As Murder
PHOTOS: Occupy The Rose Parade Brings Up The Rear
Ari Melber: Iowa Caucus Guide: Santorum Fights Paul for Evangelicals, Romney Battles Himself
The Republican presidential race actually begins Tuesday night. It is worth remembering that this is the first time we will hear from the voters.
Marty Kaplan: Campaign Colonics
For seven days I didn't have salt, meat or CNN. My mornings began without Morning Joe or Morning Edition; I saw sunrise on a mountain hike, not with a clicker in my hand. There's nothing like a little media fast to remind you how little it costs to be a bit out of it.
Robert Reich: The GOP Ticket in 2012: Romney-Rubio
For his running mate, Mitt Romney will choose Marco Rubio. Romney will need a right-winger to calm and woo the Republican right. Tea Partiers are attracted to Rubio -- an evangelical Christian committed to reducing taxes and shrinking government.
Menachem Rosensaft: Those Who Desecrate the Holocaust Have No Place in Society
We have reached the point when politicians and media commentators eager for a sound bite on the evening news think nothing of exploiting the Holocaust and Nazi terminology, and apparently the crasser the better.
Jodyne L. Speyer: The Other Woman
I loved the woman who ended my parents' marriage. She was not a bitch or a whore

Best Organized In Iowa? It's Obama

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The Big Story
Look no further than tonight's Iowa caucuses to observe the impact of a Supreme Court ruling that opened the floodgates to outside money in American politics -- and get a glimpse of what's in store for the race between President Obama and the eventual Republican nominee. In the final week before the first Republican primary contest, groups like the Mitt Romney-leaning super PAC Restore Our Future and the Rick Perry-leaning Make Us Great Again have spent a combined $1.2 million on (mostly negative) television ads, a sum greater than what the candidates bought themselves. READ MORE
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Law And Order
A man in Texas is serving a 35-year prison sentence for spitting at a police officer -- because he has the virus that causes AIDS and his saliva was deemed a deadly weapon. In Michigan, an HIV-positive man who allegedly bit a neighbor during an argument faced a bioterrorism charge. Are these charges constitutional? READ MORE
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Featured Column: Mary Sanchez
The point needs to be made that the greatest job creators are not the rich but the American consumer. You, me and everybody else from the poorest to the topmost of the 99 percent. We create jobs by demanding goods and services -- and we can't do it without income. The economic policy we need now can be summed up in three words: Get Americans working. READ MORE
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Election 2012
One presidential candidate claims an impressive effort in Iowa this year: eight offices opened, 350,000 phone calls to potential supporters and 1,280 events to recruit and train volunteers. And it's not Mitt Romney or Rick Santorum or Ron Paul. READ MORE
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Social Media
Rupert Murdoch had just joined Twitter, and the 80 year-old media lord sounded bored with his New Year's holiday when he complained that there were "too many people" on the exclusive Caribbean hideaway of St. Barth. Then there was Murdoch's controversial tweet about the British economy -- which was erased after wife Wendi, who had also just joined the social networking site, responded, "RUPERT!! Delete tweet!!" READ MORE
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Iowa Caucus
Millions of dollars in attack ads may have condemned Newt Gingrich to defeat in tonight's Iowa caucus -- or at least that's his explanation. Gingrich told reporters Monday that the "volume of negativity" by his rivals and their allies had done its damage, and then went on to admit: "I don't think I'm going to win." READ MORE
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