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Review: 'The Rise' by Sarah Lewis
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"The Rise," unlike a lot of inspirational fare meant to help readers love themselves, pursue their dreams and follow their angels, says that

Illinois primary puts Midwest's last Democratic bastion in peril
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The Illinois primary Tuesday set up a fall election between an unpopular Democratic incumbent governor and a multimillionaire Republican. Il

Could Westboro Baptist Church survive without founder Fred Phelps? (+video)
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Westboro Baptist Church, which pickets military funerals to preach against homosexuality, has excommunicated ailing founder Fred Phelps, acc

Daylight Saving Time is upon us: Which way to move the clocks?
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Daylight Saving Time, that annual rite of spring, happens at 2 a.m. Sunday. It's likely to mean you're back to getting up in the dark – and

On Lorde’s team - Chicago Sun-Times
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A year or so ago, before anyone knew who Lorde was, before she sold a million copies of her debut album and before she emerged as a feminist

Mexico's capture of ‘El Chapo’: How likely is extradition to US?
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Federal officials in Chicago and Brooklyn have already said they will seek the extradition of drug kingpin Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán. The Ob

Little hope that 'El Chapo' capture will disrupt drug supply flooding th...
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The capture in Mexico of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, a reputed drug kingpin, won't stanch the huge flow of illegal drugs into the US, analyst

Little hope that 'El Chapo' capture will disrupt drug supply flooding th...
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The capture in Mexico of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, a reputed drug kingpin, won't stanch the huge flow of illegal drugs into the US, analyst

Review: 'Ten Years in the Tub' by Nick Hornby
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A writer writing about reading writers for readers invested in reading about writing.

FBI reports a drop in crime in 2013: why the rate continues to fall
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New FBI data confirm a sustained drop in the US crime rate, despite a broader definition of what constitutes rape. Creative policing, better

Conviction of ex-mayor Ray Nagin: Does it signal new era for New Orleans?
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Ray Nagin was convicted Wednesday of 20 federal corruption charges, many connected to recovery efforts after hurricane Katrina in New Orlean

Fiat remakes Chrysler: Is it the end of the 'Big 3?' (+video)
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Chrysler is now officially Italian, operating under parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV. The globalization of automobile manufacturi

Pete Seeger: in the words of other musicians who knew him
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Pete Seeger, who died Monday, recorded 100 albums and is widely credited as a mentor to many in the folk tradition. Here are reflections fro

Chicago’s Justin Roberts a Grammy Awards contender this weekend
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by Mark Guarino Early last month, Justin Roberts exited a concert at the Old Town School of Folk Music in Lincoln Square and, on the sidewal

For bankrupt Detroit, is $350 million just a drop in the bucket?
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Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder wants to spend $350 million in state money to help shield pensioners and Detroit's art collection from the city's

Documents offer rare inside look at Chicago priest sex abuse
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Thousands of documents from the Archdiocese of Chicago dealing with child sex abuse by members of the Catholic Church were released Tuesday.

Why did Fort Hood shooter, a radical Muslim, request a Bible?
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Nidal Malik Hasan, convicted of killing 13 people in Fort Hood, Texas, in 2009, requested a Bible as he awaited trial. For a devout Muslim,

Utah, growing desperate, to ask Supreme Court to halt gay marriages
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A federal judge overturned Utah's ban on gay marriage last Friday, but the state wants to delay implementation until all appeals are over. O

Ice storm: from Maine to Midwest, more than 100,000 still without power
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Monday's ice storm still has the upper Midwest and northern New England reeling, with crews expected to work into the weekend to restore pow

The ten best concerts in Chicago in 2013 - Chicago Sun-Times
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The memory banks are crammed with live music recall from this year; here are 10 that remain at the forefront.