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The Fair Political Practices Commission is an embarrassment, engaging in a full investigation, convicting Sunder Ramani of 33 direct campaign violations ("Report: Ramani campaign erred, Sept. 3) and simply slapping him on the hand and saying don't do it...
It was a mess. Broken glass from the left-side window of the Glendale News-Press and Burbank Leader lay strewn about the inside of our building last week. Someone, for unknown reason or motivation, destroyed one of our panel windows. I gave my...
NEW DELHI -- Afghan security after the departure of foreign combat troops in 2014 will become easier because of the ill-advised, misdirected and often corrupt ways NATO and its contractors have pursued the "war on terror," Afghan President Hamid Karzai...
Tags: Iran, Government, New Delhi (India), Pakistan, India
Citadel LLC founder Kenneth Griffin named and shamed local corporations that have taken tax incentives from the financially strapped state in a speech to a prominent Chicago business group. "The last election cycle I called a local CEO to talk to him...
Tribune staff reporterCitadel founder Kenneth Griffin named and shamed local corporations that have taken tax incentives from the state’s financially strapped government in a Monday evening speech to a prominent Chicago business group. "The last election cycle I called...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is promoting a casino at an undisclosed location over which he’d have incredible power. The bidding process to choose a vendor would be sealed, and records would be exempt from the Freedom of Information Act until after the vendor...
Members of the Tinley Park Term Limits Commission continued to explore the issue at the group's third meeting, where more information was presented to the group. The commission, appointed by Mayor Ed Zabrocki after voters overwhelmingly voted in favor...
Tags: Tinley Park, Government, Public Officials, Naperville, Elections
BEIJING — Exports of elegant Swiss watches to China have plunged. Sales of Mercedes-Benz and other premium sedans are slowing. And high-end restaurants, coming off their worst Chinese New Year festival in years, are starting to change their menus to...
Tags: Business, Government, Xi Jinping, Sales, Personal Service
Will the IRS scandal negatively affect President Barack Obama's second term? Washington correspondent Colby Itkowitz asks political analysts in Pennsylvania and Washington. YES Lara Brown Villanova University political science professor Q: Will...
Tags: Elections, U.S. Congress, White House, Politics, Immigration
REYHANLI, Turkey — On the second floor of a nursery school in a Turkish border town, artist Nader Haj Kadour preferred talking about painting butterflies than painting Syrian President Bashar Assad. The classically trained Syrian artist pointed to...
Q. I see inside the police department garage that someone is storing their camper in there. Why is the city providing space for people to store their personal stuff? A. What the person saw was a specially equipped and prepared trailer ready to be used...
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