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3 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal
An economist known for his pioneering work on bias in the news media won the John Bates Clark Medal on Thursday, one of the profession's most prestigious honors.
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7 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Vineyard Theatre will present a reading of Matthew-Lee Erlbach 's KEVIN LAMB, directed by Michael Berresse and starring Adriane Lenox , Margo Seibert , Chris Sarandon , Peter Francis James , and Sheldon Best .
9 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
Susan Sher, Senior Advisor to the President of The University of Chicago, right, and Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan, appear before an Illinois House committee meeting Thursday, April 17, 2014, in Chicago, regarding a plan to devote $100 million in state funds to help bring President Barack Obama's presidential museum and library to Chicago.
9 hrs ago | BBC News
He has been recruited to work alongside shadow foreign secretary, Douglas Alexander, who is in charge of Labour's general election strategy.
11 hrs ago | WTAX-AM Springfield
A hearing on spending $100 million to build President Obama's presidential library focused not on whether it's worth the investment, but where in Chicago it should be built.
12 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
A full schedule is now available for Let's Get Working, a new three-day festival honoring the life and work of Chicago legend Studs Terkel at the University of Chicago's Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, 915 E. 60th Street, Chicago.
14 hrs ago | Outside the Beltway
Kim Jong Un is defined by many as an egotistical fanatic whose recklessness led to dreadful mistakes during his two year tenure.
18 hrs ago | Newswise
Where you live matters. That's the common theme for geographers, sociologists, urban planners and other scholars gathering in April for the 2014 Urban Forums, titled Neighborhoods: The Measure and Meaning of an Urban Ideal, hosted by the University of Chicago Urban Network.
Illinois Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka reported $125,000 in income last year and paid about $20,000 in state and federal taxes.
When Dr. Michael Burch-Pesses arrived at Pacific University to teach music, he vowed every one of his conducting students would conduct in public before beginning their student teaching.
It doesn't take a rocket scientist or a somnologist to figure out that sleep impacts our health.
In cities around the world, two-tier societies are becoming increasingly common.
Sharks have looked more or less the same for hundreds of millions of years. But a newly discovered fossil suggests that under the hood, a modern shark is very different from its ancient ancestors.
The University of Chicago's Institute for Molecular Engineering will build a major new facility for nanoscale fabrication within the William Eckhardt Research Center, supported by a $15 million gift from the Pritzker Foundation.
How do you produce life on an early Earth bathed in ultraviolet radiation? The presumption when I was growing up was that the combination of chemicals in ancient ponds, fed energy by lightning or ultraviolet light itself, would produce everything needed to start the process.
Wicker Park is among the best neighborhoods in the country for millennials to live in, according to a new national ranking.
Siri doesn't need your love . But she does need your trust. At least, she does if you're going to use her in the way Apple intends.