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  Stock indexes closed with broad gains Wednesday as international leaders scramble to save a week-old plan to prevent a financial crisis in Europe. Strong corporate earnings and a bump up in hiring by private companies also helped send markets higher...

Stocks recover after a two-day slump

Updated: 11/2/2011 04:11 PM

  Job cuts announced by U.S. employers increased in October from the same month last year, a sign elevated dismissals remain a hurdle to faster economic growth. Planned firings rose 13 percent to 42,759 from 37,986 in October 2010, according to...

Announced U.S. Job cuts rose 13% from year ago

Updated: 11/2/2011 01:00 PM

  A Grayslake letter to the editor: Since Eugene Robinson didn't mind calling Republicans neo-Luddites, let me have some fun with his sadly misinformed column.

Columnist misses facts on climate change

Updated: 11/2/2011 05:32 PM

  A Mundelein letter to the editor: I read with approval Rep. Sullivan's recent letter in which he supports the idea of short-term borrowing at the rate of 3 percent to pay overdue bills on which the state is now paying 12 percent interest.

Combine borrowing, cuts to fix budget

Updated: 11/2/2011 05:32 PM

  Columnist Jim Slusher: You could say that projects like the Cook of the Year challenge help to better ground us in the daily lives and personalities of the people who live in the communities we serve.

Here's reality you can sink your teeth into

Updated: 11/2/2011 05:32 PM

  "Squeaky wheel" Bill Morris of Grayslake played a valuable role on the Illinois Tollway board as a massive spending and building program gets under way, so a Daily Herald editorial expresses dismay that Gov. Quinn drummed him off the board.

Bad time to dump tollway critic

Updated: 11/2/2011 05:32 PM

  It was the last tango for David Arquette. The 40-year-old actor was dismissed Tuesday from "Dancing With the Stars." Arquette earned 47 points out of 60 for his two dances on Monday's episode: A cha-cha that impressed the judges and a team tango...

David Arquette voted off 'Dancing'

Updated: 11/2/2011 08:10 AM

  Tonight, after weeks of cooking and voting, one suburban cook will be crowned out Cook of the Year in a live, sold-out event. Working in a room filled with 200 curious food enthusiasts, the four finalists will have one hour to prepare a dish using...

Finalists for Cook of the Year compete tonight

Updated: 11/2/2011 01:28 PM

  One of the key components of parenting is sacrifice. Your personal goals, desires and concerns are all placed in limbo as you try to meet the needs of your children. Sometimes, those needs fly directly in the face of your own personal rules and...

Tennis, Play-Doh and other parental sacrifices

Updated: 10/29/2011 03:09 PM

  Herman Cain drew a line in the sand, and now he has to hope it sets like concrete. Cain, a surprise leader in recent Republican presidential polls, has responded to allegations of sexual harassment with a series of definitive statements that invite...

Cain's line in the sand: Denials invite scrutiny

Updated: 11/2/2011 01:07 PM

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