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  As he prepared to become Venezuela’s first Alpine skier at an Olympics, Antonio Jose Pardo Andretta had plenty on his mind about the unrest back home. Hundreds of students in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas have spent the past week...

Unrest ‘worried’ 1st Venezuelan Olympic skier

Updated: 2/19/2014 06:06 AM

  SOCHI, Russia — With 109 listed starters in men’s giant slalom, there are bound to be lots of crashes. The slow-mo replay folks are having a field day.

SOCHI SCENE: Many crashes in men’s giant slalom

Updated: 2/19/2014 06:06 AM

  KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia — Some days during the Winter Olympics, snow has been relatively sparse on the mountains above Sochi. Not Wednesday. AP photographer Andy Wong captures these images of white peaks near Rosa Khutor Extreme Park.

SOCHI SCENE: White peaks

Updated: 2/19/2014 06:05 AM

  SOCHI, Russia — For an Olympics that was expected to be volatile from a political and security standpoint, the first 10 days of the Sochi Games were surprisingly quiet.

SOCHI SCENE: Sochi heats up

Updated: 2/19/2014 06:05 AM

  Some lucky person with a $150 raffle ticket will have a chance to win a magnificent $1.6 million Chicago dream home or $1.3 million in cash in the 3rd Annual Chicago Dream House Raffle to benefit The Hope Institute for Children and Families.

First Early Bird Drawing Deadline is February 21 for $1.6 Million Dream Home or $1.3 Million in Cash

Updated: 2/19/2014 07:23 AM

  Lavelle Law, Ltd, the nineteen attorney firm based in Palatine, IL has announced that attorney Amil Alkass has been made a partner in the firm.

Amil Alkass Named Partner at Lavelle Law, Ltd

Updated: 2/19/2014 07:20 AM

  Facebook is buying mobile messaging service WhatsApp for up to $19 billion in cash and stock, by far the company’s largest acquisition.

Facebook buying messaging app WhatsApp for $19B

Updated: 2/19/2014 05:58 PM

  [No Paragraph Style]NewsNEW YORK — Infant formula maker Glenview-based Mead Johnson Nutrition said its Chinese subsidiary may have violated U.S. and local laws, including anti-bribery statutes.

Mead Johnson warns of possible violations in China

Updated: 2/19/2014 05:26 PM

  Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair offered to work as an unofficial adviser to Rupert Murdoch as revelations of illegal phone hacking engulfed the mogul’s media empire, according to an email made public Wednesday at the trial of several...

Hacking trial: Blair offered to advise Murdoch

Updated: 2/19/2014 12:00 PM

  President Barack Obama heads into a summit with Mexican and Canadian leaders eager to engage on issues of trade and other neighbor-to-neighbor interests even as Congress is placing a drag on some of his top cross-border agenda items. The president...

Obama’s N. American agenda hits congressional drag

Updated: 2/19/2014 09:52 AM

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