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By Bob Dole
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Topic - Chicago Tribune
The recent Conservative Political Action Conference provides a forum for big names. But it's also a platform for the murmurs and asides from political strategists who've been everywhere and done everything, and like to speculate. Such is the case when the potential presidential candidacy of Hillary Clinton was parsed by a pair of insiders.
Editorial boards at some major Illinois newspapers have weighed in on the Republican primary to pick the state's next governor with the Chicago Tribune announcing Friday it endorsed businessman Bruce Rauner.
Seven media groups won "Grand Slam" honors in the annual Associated Press Sports Editors' writing and sections contest that was held this week.
State Sen. Kirk Dillard is defending union endorsements he's received in the Republican gubernatorial race.
The Republican candidates for Illinois governor are arguing about pension reform and the state's finances in the second-to-last debate ahead of the March 18 primary.
After turning up at Balmain's show after everyone had left, Barbadian superstar Rihanna arrived this time at Friday's Christian Dior show before hardly anyone had arrived.
Harold Ramis, one of Tinseltown's most successful comedy movie-makers with acting credits that include "Ghostbusters" and "Stripes," died Monday at the age of 69.
Illinois is partnering with the well-known satire site, The Onion, to use comedy to let the insured know about Obamacare enrollment and bolster participation.
The Bay Area News Group on Monday named veteran newspaper executive Sharon Ryan as the new president and publisher of the group's 11 daily newspapers, including the Contra Costa Times, the Oakland Tribune and the San Jose Mercury News.
The January jobs report finds that only 113,000 jobs were added last month, far short of the 150,000 needed to keep up with population growth. However, the ratio of the population in the workforce climbed slightly, and unemployment held steady.
A day after a legislative committee rejected rules aimed at tightening who sells contracts for video gambling terminals and who can do business with the state, the head of the Illinois Gaming Board said Wednesday he will bring the issue back to lawmakers.
CHICAGO (AP) — The rising issue of a minimum wage hike tripped up Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner on Thursday, as he declared his previous support for cutting Illinois' minimum wage a "mistake" and said he would now do the opposite: support raising it.
Jesse Jackson Sr. has a message for suspended "Ducky Dynasty" star Phil Robertson: you're worse than Rosa Park's bus driver.
As much of the media failed to acknowledge that the "knockout game" involved mostly black-on-white crime, two well-known black leaders have decried the violence: the Rev. Al Sharpton and Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page.
Families negotiate new and old traditions, different ways of doing things and the old question: Do I really have to go to her recital?