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Friday, June 8, 2012

Chicago cop accused of asking for sexual favors | VIDEO
A Chicago police officer is off the job pending the outcome of a sexual misconduct investigation.

Attempted kidnappings reported on North Side
Chicago police issued a community alert Friday after two incidents in which men tried to lure teenagers into cars on the city's North Side.
Officer catches hit-and-run suspect
An off-duty Chicago police officer caught a driver who tried to flee a hit-and-run crash.
CFD investigates paramedic's entry
The Chicago Fire Department is investigating one of its paramedics to see if there were improper entries made into a department computer after a 911 call.
Hot weekend in store as festivals kick off | VIDEO
As temperatures in Chicago soar, the city is preparing to keep residents safe while they enjoy the hot weather.
Kittens, puppies looking for homes in Chicago
Are you looking for a feline friend or cuddly pup? An adoption event this weekend in Chicago could be your chance to take a pet off the streets.


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I'll Have Another bows out of Belmont I'll Have Another's bid for a Triple Crown ended with the shocking news that the colt was out of the Belmont Stakes because of a swollen left front tendon.

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Turkey stars at Smokey's BBQ Turkey is the surprising star of the slow-smoked show at Smokey's BBQ in Chicago's Jefferson Park.

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Friday's Daily Brief: Supreme Court Approval Drops, CNN Shakeup, Syrian Shelling, Plus Harvey Weinstein, Kerry Kennedy, Mohamed A. El-Erian

Friday, June 8, 2012
House Passes Homeland Security Spending Bill With Anti-Abortion Rider
CNN Considering Change In Leadership: Report
Shells Rain Down On Homs
Did This Guy Invent The Internet In 1934?
Fed Shows Big Banks 'No Mercy'
Harvey Weinstein: I Have Two Loves
People know that I have a great love for cinema. Not just for commercial cinema, but for the "cinema d'auteur." But to me, two of the great "auteurs" are actually actors and they both happen to be French.
Mohamed A. El-Erian: What Bernanke Is Trying to Tell the Markets
With an understandable short-term mentality dominating, we should expect markets to continue to bundle what central bankers and others feel should be more differentiated. The likely upshot is continued volatility underpinned by alternating periods of risk-on and risk-off.
Kerry Kennedy: Death Threats Against A Human Rights Defender: Vidulfo Rosales In Mexico
We in the U.S. must do our part to build a future of human rights and human dignity throughout the Americas, and call on Mexico to protect its indigenous communities and the advocates like Vidulfo Rosales who risk everything to defend them.
Cristina Page: The War on Contraception: It's Time to Take Sides
This election year, we will decide, in dramatic fashion, the degree of access Americans, particularly the most vulnerable, will have to family planning.
David Katz, M.D.: Soda, Supply, and Demand: Can We Share a Taste for Change?
We can make health a prevailing cultural meme by replacing our unconscious adaptations with conscious choices. It's true, we are adapted to like sweet. But we are also adapted to be terrestrial -- yet can learn to swim, and to hold our breath under water.

The Birther Queen's Reward

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The National Memo
June 08, 2012
                       Five Important Elections Overshadowed By Wisconsin Five Important Elections Overshadowed By Wisconsin
Find out what happened to the Birther Queen, and other forgotten candidates.
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                               Meat Glue: It's What's For Dinner
Meat Glue: It's What's For Dinner
You won't believe what you've been eating.
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                               Support The EPA's Proposal To Limit Industrial Carbon Pollution
Support The EPA's Proposal To Limit Industrial Carbon Pollution
Support people, not polluters!
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Is Silicon Valley The New Wall Street?
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If Everyone Knew A Steelworker
Connie Schultz thinks America would be a better place.    Read »
THE LIST: What Does Mitt Romney Do When He's Not Imitating Police Officers?
He calls them to rat out his pot-smoking neighbor.    Read »
                               White House Not Backing Down On Bush Tax Cuts
White House Not Backing Down On Bush Tax Cuts
This time, President Obama is ready to fight.
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                               Cartoon Of The Day
Cartoon Of The Day
Scott Walker goes where only Seamus the dog has gone before...
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