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Monday, January 30, 2012

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Monday, January 30, 2012

Bond set for coach in Bucktown rape | VIDEO
An assistant college soccer coach is being held on $750,000 bond, accused of sexually assaulting a woman in the Bucktown neighborhood after a night of bar hopping together.

Wicker Park Bandit hits 9th bank | VIDEO
The bank robber dubbed the Wicker Park Bandit struck again over the weekend.
Water main break snarls Kennedy at Nagle
A water main break on the city's Northwest Side is interrupting traffic on the Kennedy Expressway just south of Nagle.
Ex-UConn player faces child porn charges
State police say additional charges have been lodged against Gregory McKee, a former University of Connecticut football player accused of possessing child pornography on his dorm room computer.
$850,000 bond for alleged cop impersonator
A Chicago man accused of impersonating an officer was taken into custody by police.
Jury duty deserter sentenced with sign | VIDEO
A 22-year-old man left early during jury duty at the Lake County Courthouse in Northwest Indiana. And now everyone knows.


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GOP Candidates Make Tea Party Powerplay
Monday, January 30, 2012
Gingrich's Past Weighs Him Down In Florida
For-Profit College Executives Make Much More Than Their Higher Education Counterparts [INFOGRAPHIC]
PHOTOS: All The Red Carpet Fashion Of The SAG Awards!
Eric James Borges' Final Words Revealed
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Robert Creamer: Why Character and Core Values Could Prove Decisive in Battle for Presidency
Obama intends to make this campaign a battle over core values -- a choice between a society where we are all responsible for our future, and for each other -- or a society where selfishness is our highest value -- where "greed is good."
Dylan Ratigan: Auction 2012: 30 Million Jobs and the Election
This week, I'm pleased to bring you an important discussion about what we should be talking about this election season. It's time to look into corruption in banking, energy, health care, trade, and education; to trace the money and find out what it's costing you, personally.
Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf: Malaria's Defeat, Africa's Future
Africa is taking command of its future by tackling an ancient plague. If you care about peace -- and the prosperity of every woman, child and community -- you must care about malaria.
Deepak Chopra: A Review Of The Tree of Life -- The Trials of Job and the Grace of Mary
The Tree of Life is serious enough to legitimately ask deep questions and powerful enough to make us think about them.
Dispatch: Amplifying Education: Closing the Achievement Gap
For too long, a child's zip code has defined their educational destiny. We launched the AmpEd campaign because we know that every individual plays an important role in building an unstoppable movement for change.

Would Romney Be The Richest President Ever?

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Newt Gingrich slammed GOP rival Mitt Romney on Sunday for the steady stream of attacks he likened to "carpet-bombing," trying to cut into the resurgent front-runner's Florida polling lead in the dwindling hours before Tuesday's pivotal presidential primary. Romney has begun advertising in Nevada ahead of that state's caucuses next Saturday, illustrating the challenges ahead for Gingrich, who has pledged to push on no matter what happens in the Sunshine State. (How could he give up after winning the endorsement of Herman Cain?) READ MORE
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Determined not to lose another friendly district because of a sex scandal, Democrats and their allies have pumped more than $1 million into an Oregon special election that has turned into a vicious exchange of air attacks. Voters are choosing a replacement for former Rep. David Wu, a seven-term Democrat who resigned last year following a string of bizarre news stories that began with photos of the congressman wearing a tiger costume and ended with a young woman's accusation that he made an unwanted sexual advance. READ MORE
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Featured Column: LEONARD PITTS JR.
After a year of upbeat bulletins and proclamations of her miracle recovery, the decision by Rep. Gabrielle Giffords to leave Congress comes as a bit of a blow. This episode joins a long list of elections overturned and social movements derailed by men with guns, as in the shootings of Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley, Huey Long, Malcolm X, Medgar Evers, the Kennedy brothers, George Wallace, George Moscone, Harvey Milk and Martin Luther King Jr. Somehow, people who should never have guns never have trouble getting them. READ MORE
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Featured Column: E.J. DIONNE
One of Barack Obama's great attractions as a presidential candidate was his sensitivity to the feelings and intellectual concerns of religious believers. That is why it is so remarkable that he utterly botched the admittedly difficult question of how contraceptive services should be treated under the new health care law. READ MORE
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Election 2012
Add up the wealth of the last eight presidents, from Richard Nixon to Barack Obama. Then double that number. Now you're in Romney territory. READ MORE
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Novak Djokovic ripped off his shirt and let out a primal scream, flexing his torso the way a prize fighter would after a desperate, last-round knockout. It was the final act in his grueling five-set victory over Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open final -- a sweat-drenched, sneaker-squeaking 5 hour, 53-minute endurance contest that ended at 1:37 a.m. Monday morning in Melbourne. READ MORE
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