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Lolla revelers brace for storms, hope history won't repeat itself Video included

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People had to pull out their umbrellas Friday afternoon and don their ponchos after a rain storm rolled through downtown getting people wet and kindling a few reminders of the big storm two years ago. More>>

Supt. McCarthy questioned by Aldermen over crime statistics Video included

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Chicago's top cop went to the City Council Chamber Friday to defend both the way he fights crime and the way he counts it. More>>

Clinton on Sept. 10, 2001: I could have killed bin Laden but 'I didn't' Video included

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Former President Bill Clinton, mere hours before the 9/11 terror attack, openly acknowledged that he turned down a chance to kill Usama bin Laden, according to a newly released recording. More>>

Social networking meets exercising Video included

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It's the latest way for people to work out without ever stepping foot in a gym. More>>

New NFL technology keeps tabs on player performance Video included

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Technology to track NFL players' position, speed and distance in a game was developed in Chicago. More>>

CEO remains hospitalized after workplace shooting Video included

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The CEO of a Loop company is still fighting for his life after a disgruntled employee shot him after being demoted.
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Father, sons among four charged with heroin trafficking

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Four men, including a father and his two sons, were charged with trafficking heroin after police found about $700,000 worth of narcotics in their west suburban home, prosecutors said. More>>

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  • The Americans with Charlie LeDuff: Detroit's a tale of two cities

    The Americans with Charlie LeDuff: Detroit's a tale of two cities

    Tuesday, July 29 2014 5:21 PM EDT2014-07-29 21:21:59 GMT
    You've seen the protests; angry residents demanding that the Detroit water shutoffs come to an end. They say clean water is a human right whether you can pay the bill or not. This edition of The Americans with Charlie LeDuff is a tale of two cities: One where the poor see their taps go dry and the other where the rules may not apply to the super rich.
    You've seen the protests; angry residents demanding that the Detroit water shutoffs come to an end. They say clean water is a human right whether you can pay the bill or not. This edition of The Americans with Charlie LeDuff is a tale of two cities: One where the poor see their taps go dry and the other where the rules may not apply to the super rich.
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  • Push for charges in NYC police chokehold death

    Push for charges in NYC police chokehold death

    Saturday, August 2 2014 2:06 AM EDT2014-08-02 06:06:09 GMT
    New Yorkers enraged by a man's death in police custody see a medical examiner's ruling that blames a prohibited chokehold as a clear indication the officers involved should face criminal charges.
    New Yorkers enraged by a man's death in police custody see a medical examiner's ruling that blames a prohibited chokehold as a clear indication the officers involved should face criminal charges.
  • Hate crime case resurrects racial wounds in NYC

    Hate crime case resurrects racial wounds in NYC

    Saturday, August 2 2014 1:33 AM EDT2014-08-02 05:33:04 GMT
    Yitzhak Shuchat, a white member of a civilian patrol group, and Andrew Charles, the black son of a police officer, came face to face in 2008 in a neighborhood with a history of racial strife - that much is certain.
    Yitzhak Shuchat, a white member of a civilian patrol group, and Andrew Charles, the black son of a police officer, came face to face in 2008 in a neighborhood with a history of racial strife - that much is certain.
  • North Korea holds California man called shy, smart

    North Korea holds California man called shy, smart

    Friday, August 1 2014 11:16 PM EDT2014-08-02 03:16:03 GMT
    One of the three Americans detained in North Korea and charged with "anti-state" crimes is a California man raised in the Central Valley oil town of Bakersfield by parents who were petroleum engineers.
    One of the three Americans detained in North Korea and charged with "anti-state" crimes is a California man raised in the Central Valley oil town of Bakersfield by parents who were petroleum engineers.

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