Editor, Chicago Tribune
Editor, Chicago Tribune
ireader.olivesoftware.com — Chicago Jesuits hid sex crimes Record abuse settlement details shielding of priest Internal church records released Tuesday show that Chicago Jesuits consciously concealed the crimes of convicted sex offender Donald McGuire for more than 40 years as the prominent Roman Catholic priest continued to sexually abuse dozens of children around the globe.
ireader.olivesoftware.com — John J Kass This tornado sounded like eerie silence - then evil Does a killer tornado really sound like a freight train? "I don't remember what it sounded like, honestly. It was like a freight train, but I don't remember much about it," said Rhonda Crosswhite, the Oklahoma grade school teacher who covered students with her body when her town was hit by that deadly twister the other day.
ireader.olivesoftware.com — Deaths of musicians resonate in our lives like their songs "Ray Manzarek died," a colleague announced a couple of days ago as I walked past his desk. I gave him a quizzical look. "Ray Manzarek," he said. "The keyboardist for the Doors." Ah. Of course. Ray Manzarek.
galleries.apps.chicagotribune.com — Overturned cars are seen after a huge tornado touched down in the town of Moore, near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The huge tornado that struck the town of Moore, Oklahoma, on Monday was given a preliminary rating of at least EF4, or the second highest strength level, with winds of up to 200 miles per hour, a U.S.
chicagotribune.com — The Tribune follows scientists with the Cook County Coyote Project, as they attempt to gather data and information about the animals. (Chris Walker/Chicago Tribune) "Pups!" Mike Neri's voice echoed through a suburban forest preserve, announcing his find. He was quickly joined by fellow wildlife biologists who had been combing the underbrush looking for a coyote den.
ireader.olivesoftware.com — Poor population in U.S. suburbs now outnumbers that of cities Once considered the definition of the middle-class American dream, the suburbs are now home to a larger, faster-growing poor population than urban areas, according to a new analysis. During the 2000s, the number of poor living in U.S.
ireader.olivesoftware.com — Dear President Cullerton, Gov. Quinn needs you. We all do. All in cordial terms, Illinois Senate President John Cullerton. Notice the comma, rather than a colon, in our salutation. This is a personal note, just between us. Nobody else needs to know about it. Gov.
ireader.olivesoftware.com — Records: FBI targeted reporter in spy case Fox exec 'outraged' journalist named as co-conspirator WASHINGTON - The FBI obtained a sealed search warrant to read a Fox News reporter's personal emails from two days in 2010 after arguing there was probable cause he violated espionage laws by soliciting classified information from a government official, court papers show.
chicagotribune.com — Police arrest multiple Chicago Teachers Union protesters Monday during a demonstration outside City Hall regarding school closings. (WGN-TV) More than 20 people protesting Chicago Public School plans to close 53 elementary schools were arrested this afternoon at City Hall, officials said.
chicagotribune.com — A tornado was on the ground in the Oklahoma City area this afternoon, live television showed, and the National Weather Service warned of tornadoes in two counties of central Oklahoma. There were no immediate reports of injuries or death from the tornado, which was located near Moore, Oklahoma, a suburb of Oklahoma City, a city of nearly 600,000 people.
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