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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Girl, 2, critical after TV falls on South Side | VIDEO
A 2-year-old girl is hospitalized in critical condition after a 29-inch TV fell on top of her, the second such incident this week.

Wrong-way LSD driver causes South Loop crash | VIDEO
Three people were injured, one of them critically, when an $80,000 sports car crashed on Lake Shore Drive at Roosevelt while going the wrong way.
2 killed in South Side hit-and-run | VIDEO
Two people were killed in a hit-and-run crash on Chicago's South Side around 2:45 a.m. Thursday at 95th and Cottage Grove.
Chicago settles with war protesters for $6M
Attorneys representing the City of Chicago told a federal judge Thursday they have reached a settlement with nearly 700 people detained by police during a raucous 2003 anti-war protest.
Semis collide on Tri-State in Lake Co. | VIDEO
Two semis were involved in a crash early Thursday morning on the Tri-State Tollway.
Students, driver hurt in Zion bus crash | VIDEO
A school bus carrying grade school students rear ended a garbage truck in north suburban Zion Thursday morning.


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Thursday's Daily Brief

Thursday, February 9, 2012
Greek Leaders Bailout Deal To Satisfy Lenders
House Passes Weakened Insider Trading Bill
Presidential Candidates, Conservative Leaders Hit Washington
Facebook Discloses Mark Zuckerberg's Big Bonus
WATCH: JFK Intern Discusses Sordid Details Of Affair
Robert Scheer: Elections Are for Suckers
Our own elections, the ones our government has modeled for the world, are a hoax. What other word should we use to describe this year's presidential election, whose outcome will turn on which party's Super PACs gets the most generous bribes from billionaires?
Amb. Marc Ginsberg: The Obama Administration's Syrian Double Standard
If the Obama administration continues on its present course and does not confront the Russian-Syrian arms transfers with tougher resolve, it won't be merely "leading from behind"; it will be turning its back on the growing humanitarian catastrophe.
Barbara Becker: The Swastika in Our Neighborhood
While walking with my 8-year-old son near our home in Manhattan, he spotted a purple swastika scrawled across a billboard advertisement. As I took in the complexities of the situation, my son uttered words that made my heart break.
Hilary Rosen: Have We Really Come Down to a Boys Against the Girls Fight?
This public debate on whether or not the Obama administration's sensible policy on covering birth control has turned into a boys against the girls fight. And the boys are out of touch and out of line.
Menachem Rosensaft: Holocaust Torah Scrolls Scam: Demanding Accountability
It remains to be seen whether Zitelman and others at Save a Torah who kept their heads in the sand long after evidence of Youlus's fraudulent scheme had become incontrovertible will ever offer a public apology for their role in this abomination.

Hannity Claims Obama Wanted To Spare Osama

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The Big Story, By E.J. Dionne
Sorry Rick, you haven't made it yet as an Eastwood-style make-my-day cultural icon. But in different ways, Santorum and Eastwood have demonstrated the limits of both an entirely negative slant on politics and a pessimistic take on America's future. READ MORE
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Featured Column: David Cay Johnston
With so much attention placed on Mitt Romney's verbal blunders, much less has been given to his written plans for the economy and taxes. Romney would make the Bush tax cuts permanent. But that's only a first step. READ MORE
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Featured Column: Connie Schultz
By now, most of you have seen Clint Eastwood's Chrysler ad, if not during its Super Bowl debut then on any number of news and cable shows or on the Web. It's getting a lot of free play because Republican strategist Karl Rove has complained that it was a partisan pitch for President Barack Obama. The thing is that Rove wasn't just picking a fight with Eastwood; he was taking on every American who saw his or her own story in that two-minute ad. READ MORE
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Election 2012
In the past four years, Romney has essentially been running for president non-stop. So what has four years of campaigning and tens of millions of dollars spent by his campaign and friendly Super PACs gotten him? About 100 extra votes per day, so far. according to our calculations. READ MORE
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New York and California have agreed to sign the proposed settlement between U.S. states and the nation's biggest mortgage lenders over foreclosure abuses, according to a source close to the negotiations, making a deal a near certainty. READ MORE
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Today In Stupid
Last night on Fox News, conservative pundit Sean Hannity claimed that President Obama did not actually want to kill Osama bin Laden -- and Hannity claims that he can prove it on tape. READ MORE
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