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The Hartford CourantDeb Sokolow's 'Some Concerns About the Candidate' 'Something about this doesn't feel right." These are the words of an anonymous narrator, who's keeping a journal about participating in a political campaign. Within weeks of enthusiastically joining...
Change of SubjectHere is an archive, in reverse chronological order, of the Tribune's coverage of the Daniel Taylor case: News story: Criminal justice: Jail alibi doesn't outweigh confession -- Records show Daniel Taylor in jail when double murder occurred, but...
In contrast with the greatest hits programming Lyric Opera has announced for next season, the alternative opera schedule with which Chicago Opera Theater is inaugurating the Andreas Mitisek era, beginning this weekend, promises to be anything but safe and...
Northwestern University researchers said they have created compounds that could slow the effects of Parkinson's disease, a brain disorder that affects nearly 1 million people in the U.S. The compounds prevent calcium from flooding parts of the brain...
For RedEyeNorthwestern University junior Catherine Althaus didn't apply for her first passport until about a year ago, but the 21-year-old biological anthropology major will be putting it to good use in a few months when she travels to eight countries this summer....
Tags: Israel, Travel, Museums, Financial Aid, Anthropology
Northwestern University researchers said they have discovered a nanoparticle that could be the basis for a nontoxic way to eliminate cancerous lymphoma from the body. The nanoparticle, which the researchers tested in cell cultures and on mice, fools the...
As a U.S. history teacher at George Rogers Clark High School, Amy Madsen made a class suggestion, and it was granted at the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year. “I thought a black history class was in need,” said Madsen. “I...
A political conservative turned liberal, lifelong Roman Catholic and world-class curmudgeon, Garry Wills has called President Barack Obama a disappointment and Pope Benedict XVI irrelevant — and that was before the pontiff announced his resignation....
There will be big doings for USC athletics Saturday at the Coliseum. And no, Matt Barkley did not get another year of eligibility. This has to do with lacrosse, which brings to mind one of two things for most of us: a medium-sized city in Wisconsin or a...
After decades of police work, Crystal Lake Chief David Linder says it's time to devote more attention to his family.. "Thirty-two years is a long time," said Linder, 56. "I want to go on to new adventures while I'm still young enough to do it." His...
Tribune reporterTwo preservationist groups have dropped a lawsuit challenging the City of Chicago’s decision to deny landmark status to the old Prentice Women’s Hospital. Northwestern University plans to demolish the building in Chicago’s Streeterville...
Tags: Streeterville, Judges, Laws, Medical Research, Research
If comic book characters are a driving force in Hollywood, it's worth noting that Wonder Woman, one of the most iconic characters of the last 70 years, has yet to star in her own live-action movie. She hasn't been completely ignored. Two years ago,...
Feb 7, 2013 |Story| Hartford Courant
Feb 5, 2013 | Chicago Tribune
Feb 19, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Feb 6, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Feb 19, 2013 |Story| RedEye
Feb 20, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Feb 18, 2013 |Story| Winchester Sun
Feb 15, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Feb 8, 2013 |Column| Los Angeles Times
Dec 3, 2012 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Feb 14, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Feb 15, 2013 |Column| Chicago Tribune
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