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Families negotiate new and old traditions, different ways of doing things and the old question: Do I really have to go to her recital?
Microsoft and Google are teaming up to combat child pornography.
Blockbuster prepares to shut down its remaining 300 American retail stores, making them obsolete by January of next year.
Yes, they do things differently in the nation's capital, and Halloween is no exception.
News media and politics in the age of Obama have grown uncomfortably close. So many journalists have found employment in the Obama administration that the phenomenon has become a story itself, with a dozen news organizations tracking the cross-pollination between the two and speculating on the implications.
While thousands rallied in Cairo in both support and opposition of Mohammed Morsi, hundreds took to the streets of Chicago on Sunday to rally for Egypt's first democratically elected president.
Come Jan. 1, 2014, 17-year-olds in Illinois will be allowed to vote in primary elections.
Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis tore into Mayor Rahm Emanuel's kitchen cabinet Tuesday, blaming racism and "rich white people" for why the city's schools are in a fiscal crisis, the Chicago Tribune reported.