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Media and Law Enforcement Gather for Panel on Fraud

Media and Law Enforcement Gather for Panel on Fraud

After undergoing surgery a few years ago, Jennifer Leach received a call claiming she overpaid her hospital bill and was eligible to receive compensation. It ended up being a scam and Leach said she is grateful she was able to recognize it as such. “I almost fell for it,” she said. Now Leach, who is […]

Robert Blagojevich: “I don’t blame Rod for what happened.”

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Robert Blagojevich: “I don’t blame Rod for what happened.”

Robert Blagojevich, brother of convicted former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich, told Carol Marin on Wednesday that fighting his indictment for corruption was “the most tumultuous experience of my life.” Robert Blagojevich spoke to Marin, political editor for NBC Chicago, as part of an interview and promotion of his book, Fundraiser A: My Fight for Freedom […]

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HIV: “Not the Death Sentence”

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HIV: “Not the Death Sentence”

March 13, 2014 was the worst day of Angel Joseph Miranda’s life. It was the day he found out he was HIV positive. Angel, who goes by A.J. is only 24. He grew up in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago, graduated from Illinois State University with a degree in communications and recently moved to Chicago’s […]

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Education is Focus of Mayoral Election

Although Tuesday’s Chicago mayoral election saw a record low voter turnout, education policy stood out as a key issue for voters. Tuesday did not bring any closure to the race as Mayor Rahm Emanuel failed to obtain the necessary 50 percent plus one votes for an outright victory. Emanuel and Cook County Commissioner Jesus “Chuy” […]

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FCC Live: Net Neutrality Discussion and Vote

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FCC Live: Net Neutrality Discussion and Vote

Watch it live Tuesday Feb. 28 Click on the image below to view the ongoing hearings:  

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From the Streets on Election Day 2015

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From the Streets on Election Day 2015

The polls are open. Follow us around the city as we follow the municipal election today. Tweets about #ctmayor15 OR #rw1mayor

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Interracial dating, trend, fetish or love

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Interracial dating, trend, fetish or love

I walked around the city carrying a poster filled with pictures of interracial couples. The looks I received were all too familiar. As I tried to stop people to talk, I got it all: eye rolls, quick refusals, laughs and whispers. This is something I have experienced for years, as I have dated men from […]

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