Reporter, Chicago Tribune
Reporter for the Chicago Tribune, specializing in human folly.
poynter.org — I'm not a fan of speculating who will buy newspapers that are on the block. But I'll make an exception with some quick thoughts on Tribune Co.'s publishing group - currently attracting investor interest as expected but likely months away from actually being sold.
washingtonpost.com — They remember the hard hits - most of them, at least. The brain-rattlers that left them blank-eyed and disoriented, they have no recollection of at all. But the ones that snapped ligaments, rendered bones the consistency of crushed ice or bent joints in ways they ought not to bend are still felt every morning years later.
Some in Evanston seek ban on drones; local activists say drones could violate privacy, Constitutional rightschicagotribune.com — TOPSHOTS Members of Grandmothers Against the War, Granny Peace Brigade, the Raging Grannies and other groups hoist a model of a drone in the air as they protest the US military's use of drones during an "April Days of Action" demonstration April 3, 2013 in New York. (DON EMMERT / ) Look!
washingtonpost.com — Up on the fourth floor - with its gray linoleum floors, its low ceilings and fluorescent lights, its file carts heaped with manila envelopes, its keypad-coded doors labeled 4-022 (the file room) and 4-034 (the supply room) - the determinations unit of the IRS's exempt organizations office is at work.
chicagotribune.com — Hatchet-wielding hitchhiker -- an internet sensation -- arrested for murder of NJ man (Reuters) - A homeless man who achieved brief Internet fame for disrupting a California attack with his hatchet was arrested and charged with homicide on Thursday in the killing of a New Jersey attorney found bludgeoned to death in his home, officials said.
chicagotribune.com — (Tribune illustration) SPRINGFIELD --- The Senate today approved legislation that would allow doctors to prescribe medical marijuana to patients with serious illnesses, sending the measure to Gov. Pat Quinn. The issue pitted supporters arguing for compassion for those suffering from pain they say only cannabis can ease against opponents who contend the legislation would undermine public safety.
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