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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Thomson
The federal Bureau of Prisons is hiring more than a dozen workers for the Thomson Correctional Center in northwestern Illinois.
The federal Bureau of Prisons has allocated nearly $54 million to begin opening the Thomson Correctional Center in northwestern Illinois, officials said.
Emily Dickinson wrote her poems in a second-floor bedroom overlooking her beloved garden. Ernest Hemingway developed his spare style, writing in a Parisian bistro watching life swirl by.
A disbarred attorney from Lawrence has been sentenced to three years in prison for stealing about $1 million from several clients.
Former lightweight champion Benson Henderson won a disputed split decision over Josh Thomson in a five-round lightweight fight at UFC Chicago on Saturday night, likely ending Thomson's career.
The Kenosha firefighters union has filed a complaint against the fire chief, alleging misconduct.
The massive spending bill worked out by congressional negotiators includes money to open the Thomson prison in northwestern Illinois.
Twelve years ago Friday, the USS Cole was the target of a suicide-bomb attack that killed 17 sailors while the warship was moored in the Gulf of Aden.
A man in a gray uniform threw the ball, a man in a white uniform hit it and seconds later the most riveting moment in sports history was history.