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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Huge tree crushes Bridgeport home | VIDEO
A quick-moving, early morning storm toppled trees and downed power lines across the city and some suburbs, leaving thousands of homes and businesses without power.

No new trial for Balfour, life sentence expected | VIDEO
Jennifer Hudson sat in the courtroom Tuesday for the sentencing of the man convicted of killing three of her family members.
1 killed, 3 injured in shooting at Merrill Park | VIDEO
A teenager was killed and three other people were hurt in a shooting at a park in Chicago's Jeffery Manor neighborhood.
Woman trying to row Lake Michigan sexually assaulted
A Chicago woman hoping to row around Lake Michigan says she was sexually assaulted in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Drew Peterson's pants delay court proceeding
Drew Peterson's second day of court proceedings was delayed Tuesday due to a wardrobe malfunction. The murder suspect's pants apparently didn't fit.
Bears training camp opens in Bourbonnais
Chicago Bears training camp opens in Bourbonnais Tuesday. Coach Lovie Smith's troops will be back at the drawing board, trying to improve upon last year's 8-8 record.


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A blend of sun and clouds with a shower or thunderstorm in the area; not as hot but humid

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PHOTOS: Chicago area hit by fast-moving storms Pictures of the storms that tore through the area early Tuesday. Send your pics to useeit@abc7chicago.com.

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Chef Julius Russell's Pop-Up Restaurant Chicago Chef Julius Russell and his team from "A Tale of Two Chefs" are opening their first "pop-up" restaurant to prepare nearly a dozen courses of globally focused, yet locally sourced dishes.

Pan Seared Scallops w/ Mango Ginger Habanera Sauce
Chef Tiki's Duck Confit Etouffee
Your Favorite Black Truffle Grilled Flatbread
Chef Julius' Haricot Vert


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Video Procedures for Sudden Cardiac Arrest..(E M).

                 Today's Health Tip
Good info... If you make the wrong selection in your choices go back and start over...
Procedures for Sudden Cardiac Arrest

This video shows you how to use one of those new, automatic heart restart machines that are now available in many locations. Good to know. 

Knowing the procedures for sudden cardiac arrest doesn't help you, but let's hope that someone near you knows what to do if it happens. This short video shows you how to react.


Tuesday's Daily Brief: Mitt Romney Foreign Income Revealed

Tuesday, July 24, 2012
A Thousand Cuts: Who Really Gains From Austerity?
Astronaut Sally Ride's Obituary Reveals She Leaves Behind Female Partner Of 27 Years
WATCH: Miracle Recovery For Young Aurora Shooting Survivor Thanks To 'Defect' In Brain
Justice Dept. Opens Probe Of Pennsylvania Voter ID Law
The Most Amazing Photos Of 2012 (So Far)
Elizabeth Warren: Tricks, Traps, and Accountability
A working market needs rules, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is starting to level the playing field. That's a good thing for consumers -- and it didn't come a moment too soon.
Paul McCartney: Come Together, to Save the Arctic
Since Earthrise was taken we've been so busy warming our world that it now looks radically different from space. We've put so much carbon into the atmosphere that today's astronauts are looking at a different planet.
Andy Richter: On Aurora, Guns and 'Rights'
Why is it so crazy to float the notion that the kind of assault weapon used in Aurora (not necessarily the gun itself, but the magazine) might not be the kind of thing that just anybody should be able to stroll into a gun shop and buy?
Sheila C. Johnson: How Much Do You Know about HIV/AIDS?
Over the last 30 years, our understanding of AIDS has improved dramatically, bringing us to a point of unprecedented possibility and hope. Now is the time to build on that momentum, and end the epidemic for good.
Dean Baker: Raising the Minimum Wage Is Cheap and Easy
The real problem in our economy today is not a lack of productivity. The problem is that the gains from productivity growth have not been broadly shared. The wealthy have used their power to rig the deck so that most of the benefits of growth have gone those at the top. They have used their control of trade policy, the Federal Reserve Board, and more recently the Wall Street bailout, to ensure that those at the top have gained at the expense of everyone else. A higher minimum wage is an important step toward reversing this rigging. It should not be too much to expect that workers today should get at least as much as they did 45 years ago, and perhaps some dividend to allow them to share in the benefits of economic growth over this period. A minimum wage of $10 an hour would be a big step in the right direction.

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The National Memo
July 24, 2012
                       Wounded And Pregnant, An Aurora Family Without Health Coverage Wounded And Pregnant, An Aurora Family Without Health Coverage
The Tea Party might chant "let them die" -- or be ruined by $2 million in medical costs.
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                               When Do We Get Our Bailout?
When Do We Get Our Bailout?
How Washington screwed Main Street to rescue Wall Street.
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                               Hmmm. Should We Try to Prevent a Global Catastrophe?
Hmmm. Should We Try to Prevent a Global Catastrophe?
Support The EPA's Proposal To Limit Carbon Pollution
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A Bad Education
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                               Five Easy Ways To Buy Deadly Weapons On The Internet
Five Easy Ways To Buy Deadly Weapons On The Internet
You won't believe what is for sale online -- anonymously -- right now.
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                               Cartoon Of The Day
Cartoon Of The Day
If you're going to commit mass murder, it helps to be a head of state.
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