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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Heat advisory issued for Chicago Tuesday
The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for Tuesday from 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.

North Side high-rise goes without AC, water overnight | VIDEO
The weather is especially rough for residents at a North Side condo who woke up with no air conditioning.
Relatives think man found dead was crime victim | VIDEO
An autopsy was under way Tuesday to determine the cause of death for a Chicago man found dead inside his home. Family members say they think he was the victim of a crime.
Woman charged with stalking Theo Epstein
A woman has been charged with stalking Chicago Cubs President Theo Epstein.
Teen charged in Loop Red Line theft, beating
Chicago police have charged a teenager in a theft and beating at the CTA Red Line stop at State and Lake in June.
Lifeguard saves girl from drowning at Rainbow Beach
A 6-year-old girl is recovering in the hospital after she was rescued from Lake Michigan at Rainbow Beach Monday night.


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Obama gets a second chance on the Kiss Cam Second chances can be rare in politics, but President Barack Obama found Kiss Cam and an impatient crowd to be just the right motivation.

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Tuesday's Daily Brief: The Secret Weapon For 2012 Race?

Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Arianna Huffington: President Obama's interview with Charlie Rose got interesting when the conversation turned to what the president considers the biggest mistake of his first term. It was, he said, "thinking that this job was just about getting the policy right." So what else is needed? "The nature of this office is also to tell a story to the American people that gives them a sense of unity and purpose and optimism, especially during tough times." But while the president has accurately diagnosed the ailment, he hasn't delivered on his own prescription. Where is the narrative that will give us that sense of unity and purpose and optimism? His campaign has given us all a crash course on the ills of Bain, but hasn't given us an alternative narrative of the kind of capitalism that should define the nation as we emerge from the financial crisis -- if, in fact, we ever do.
Mitt Romney Bain Capital Filings Link Him To Politically Problematic Companies After 1999
Limbaugh: Obama Hates America
Romney Outsourced 2002 Olympics Uniforms To Burma, Leading Human Rights Violater
GRAPHIC: Man With Bizarre Anatomy Has Run-In With TSA
Westboro Baptist Church Plans To Picket Sage Stallone's Funeral
Sen. Tom Harkin: Disability Employment: Are We at the Tipping Point?
Today, in my role as chair of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, I am releasing a report urging Congress, the Administration, the business community, and society at large to make the issue of disability employment a national priority.
Howard Fineman: Obama, Romney Go Nasty In Historic Early Display Of Mano-A-Mano
This presidential campaign is shaping up as one of the most personally nasty in modern times -- and more quickly than experts thought it would.
Al Franken: Putting an End to Secret Campaign Contributions
The DISCLOSE Act doesn't limit how much money individuals or corporations can spend on independent expenditures. All it does is require that this spending be disclosed publicly.
Anna Deavere Smith: Grace, Love, Courage: On Art, Artists and Patronage
Art is thought to be inspirational. I think of it as aspirational. It sings what cannot be said. Priscilla Dewey Houghton understood in her veins that art comes from the people and must always be given back to the people.
Dean Baker: California Gold Rush? Righting Underwater Mortgages
Ever since the housing bubble collapsed, the Federal government has refused to take major initiatives to help underwater homeowners. As a result, we are likely to see close to one million foreclosures both this year and next, with the numbers only gradually slipping back to normal levels by the end of the decade.

Romney's Next Money Scandal

Romney's Next Money Scandal

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The National Memo
July 17, 2012
                       Birthers, Neo-Birthers, And Right-Wing Sleaze Birthers, Neo-Birthers, And Right-Wing Sleaze
The unhappy return of a Nineties syndrome.
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                               How 'Retroactivity' Could Have Saved Five Other Politicians
How 'Retroactivity' Could Have Saved Five Other Politicians
There is literally no limit to the uses of the Romney excuse.
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                               Stop Companies Denying Millions The Chance To Escape Extreme Poverty
Stop Companies Denying Millions The Chance To Escape Extreme Poverty
Tell our leaders not to be swayed by corporate lobbying!
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What's The Secret Behind Mitt's Magical Multi-Million Dollar IRA?
Inside Romney's next financial scandal.    Read »
Corporations Are Hoarding Big Money Overseas
David Cay Johnston wants to know why it isn't being used to create jobs.    Read »
Even For Limbaugh, This Is Really Stupid
See what Rush said, and the rest of the best of the web.    Read »
Rachel Madow
                               No Loonies Need Apply For Veep
No Loonies Need Apply For Veep
Could Marco Rubio actually win by process of elimination?
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                               Cartoon Of The Day
Cartoon Of The Day
On their aquatic vacation, Mitt and Ann run into John Kerry.
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