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An architectural excursion across Chicago

An architectural excursion across Chicago

The City That Works is filled with eye-catching destinations that are imbued with history.
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Why women's rights activists want a "no" vote for Brett Kavanaugh

Sen. Dick Durbin says some Republicans will base their Kavanaugh vote on his upcoming hearing

Durbin said he wasn't sure that both sides have already made up their mind on Kavanaugh as the judge's second Senate hearing approaches.

Immigrants would be denied visas, green cards for using public benefits under new proposed rule

Immigrants will now be penalized for using food stamps, subsidized health care and other public programs.
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Climate change is threatening people’s health, so this 12-year-old is doing everything in her power to stop it.

Love and Money: What to do when everyone asks you for “help” — which means doing your job for free

Your friends and family value your professional opinion. They just don't want to pay you for it.

Christine Blasey Ford accepts request to testify on Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual abuse allegations

Ford has accused Trump's Supreme Court nominee of sexually assaulting her when they were teenagers.

Ex-Trump official admits she may have discussed Russia contacts with Michael Flynn

K.T. MacFarland has revised her statement to Mueller after denying she knew about Flynn's Kislyak contacts.
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Amazon publishes a library of white nationalist books and magazines. They know it, and won’t stop.

Misogynist extremism is off the table. Racism? Anti-Semitism? For Amazon, that's fine.

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