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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Thousands to rally downtown on 2nd strike day | VIDEO
More than 350,000 students were out of school for the second day Tuesday as Chicago Public Schools teachers continued their strike.

CPS kids displaced for 2nd day | VIDEO
South Loop Elementary School and dozens of others opened again Tuesday to serve as alternative sites for children who need a place to go during the Chicago teachers strike.
Child hospitalized after LaSalle Co. school bus crash | VIDEO
One child remains hospitalized after a school bus crash Monday in LaSalle County.
Wicker Park cab crash sends 5 to hospital
Five people are recovering from injuries following a crash involving a taxi early Tuesday near Division and Ashland.
Report: Speed cameras delayed a year
A legal snag has delayed the rollout of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's speed cameras.
Man pleads not guilty in tubing death
A suburban Chicago man has pleaded not guilty to alcohol-related charges in a 9-year-old boy's boating death.


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September 11 attacks marked at 9/11 memorials The 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks has been marked with familiar but subdued ceremony.

Chicago-area memorials mark 9/11 anniversary

Hash House A Go Go: Comfort food in Chicago With fall around the corner, when it comes to food, thoughts often turn back to warm, comfort foods.

Hash House A Go Go: Roasted Butternut Squash and Risotto
Hash House A Go Go: Meatloaf Pasta
Has House A Go Go: Chicken Pot Pie
Hash House A Go Go: Black Skillet Chicago


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Tuesday's Daily Brief: Remembering 9/11, 11 Years Later

Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Sept. 11 Responders Still Waiting For Relief
Panetta Suggests Consequences For Bin Laden Book Author
Pat Robertson Tells Man To Become Muslim So He Can Beat His Wife
Bill Maher Attacks Tom Brokaw
Shell Halts Work A Day After Drilling Began Off Alaska
Tim Armstrong: A Day of Action
In a matter of minutes and hours, an act that was meant to freeze the country and our freedom, led to an outpouring of immediate action. If terrorism is about creating inaction, our country is about action.
Marlo Thomas: 15 Things I Never Knew About Health & Fitness
Do you know what the ideal temperature is for optimal sleep? Did you know that a certain type of vegetable can help alleviate a migraine headache? And what about belly fat?
Steve Clemons: Better Off than Four Years Ago?
Americans are down and out, and on whole more down and out than when Obama came in, even if the original downward momentum wasn't the president's fault.
Dean Praetorius: How Social Media Would Have Changed New York on 9/11
Social media would undoubtedly have painted a clearer picture of what happened inside the towers in 2001. Many argue it's an image we don't want to imagine. Yet gruesome as resulting imagery could have been, the benefits of having social media on that day may have been profound.
Ari Melber: Why Fact-Checking Is Going Viral Now
As this year's presidential campaign enters the homestretch after Labor Day, a new model of fact-checking appears to be taking root. It is fast, aggressive and sometimes even outraged about falsehoods on the campaign trail.