Pritzker’s first 72 hours: what Illinois should expect?
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Pritzker’s first 72 hours: what Illinois should expect?

By Vera Sauchanka, Nicole Anderson Within the first 72 hours in office, Illinois’ Governor JB Pritzker…

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How far the border wall will split the country?
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How far the border wall will split the country?

Tales of the longest government shutdown in the U.S. modern history As  the shutdown surpasses…

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Why Should My Newspaper Pledge Not to Boycott Israel?
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Why Should My Newspaper Pledge Not to Boycott Israel?

Alan Leveritt, Arkansas Times Publisher An unconstitutional Arkansas law requires companies contracting with the state…

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Chicago Mayor Fair: who’s next?
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Chicago Mayor Fair: who’s next?

By Chicago News Staff Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel, also known as “Chicago’s fixer”, announced that…

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End of Emanuel Era
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End of Emanuel Era

All you need to know about U.S. – North Korea conflict
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All you need to know about U.S. – North Korea conflict

Paul Vallas to run for mayor
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Paul Vallas to run for mayor

Former Chicago Public Schools CEO Paul Vallas announced on Wednesday that he will run for…

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The Mueller Investigation Continues
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The Mueller Investigation Continues

The Mueller Investigation Continues The ongoing investigation concerning Russia’s involvement in the 2016’s presidential election…

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Supreme Court Passes Trump’s Travel Ban
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Supreme Court Passes Trump’s Travel Ban

Supreme Court Passes Trump’s Travel Ban The Supreme Court this week allowed the Trump administration’s…

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State Senate President Blocks Vote on Elected School Board in Chicago
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State Senate President Blocks Vote on Elected School Board in Chicago

State Senate President Blocks Vote on Elected School Board in Chicago Clearly the people and their…

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