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Los Angeles TimesEunice Kennedy Shriver, whose advocacy for the mentally disabled helped bring people with special needs into the mainstream of American life, has died. She was 88. Shriver, the sister of President Kennedy and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy and the mother of...
WGN NewsThis collection of early columns from the Chicago Daily News ranges from witty social commentary to politically astute satire. Some of the pieces are falling-down funny and others are tenderly nostalgic, but all display Royko's unrivaled skill at using...
Tags: Martin Luther King Jr., WGN, Hugh Hefner
Clout StUpdate by Hal Dardick at 3:26 p.m. with Quinn comment, homicide rate; originally posted by Hal Dardick at 1:56 p.m. Mayor Richard Daley today reacted coolly to the idea that the National Guard be called out to help slow the......
Clout StPosted by John Byrne at 10:20 a.m.; updated at 11:00 a.m. Rahm Emanuel said today during an appearance in Chicago that he doesn't "want to be disruptive" to Mayor Richard Daley, a week after the White House chief of staff......
Clout StPosted by John Byrne at 3:21 p.m.; updated at 5:06 p.m. The City Council could consider new gun control measures as soon as Wednesday if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Chicago's longstanding handgun ban Monday, Mayor Richard Daley said.Daley, however,.....
The Daily MirrorJuly 11, 1960: In the photo above, Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) tells photographer Joe Kennedy “No pictures, please” while sitting with Vel Phillips on July 10, 1960. The photo was taken during a rally at Shrine Auditorium led by the Rev. Martin...
Dan Rostenkowski, an old-style Chicago ward boss who became one of the nation's most powerful legislators during the Reagan era before a stunning fall to corruption charges that left him branded a political anachronism, has died. He was 82. Rostenkowski,...
Tags: Fraud, Crimes, Washington (U.S. state), Radio, Ronald Reagan
Walter Cronkite, the television newsman whose steady baritone informed, reassured and guided the nation during the tumultuous 1960s and '70s and who was still regarded as "the most trusted man in America" years after leaving his CBS anchor chair, has...
Edward V. Hanrahan Ex-Illinois prosecutor Edward V. Hanrahan, 88, a former Cook County state's attorney in Illinois whose political career was ruined when Chicago police assigned to his office killed two members of the Black Panther Party in 1969,...
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Women in mid-20th century America were not yet welcome on the grand political stage, but Eunice Kennedy Shriver -- a daughter of uncommon privilege who defined herself as a mother above all -- didn't much care. As the younger sister of President Kennedy...
Ticket Replay: Protesters from '68 Democratic National Convention gather in Chicago to protest police reunion to celebrate those who thumped protesters 41 years ago and probably wouldn't mind doing it again if those balding hippies get too closeTop of the TicketThe more things change the more they stay the same after all these years....
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