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  I've heard it said that pension reform would drive away good employees to the private sector. Let's examine how that interview might go.

Suburban teachers have it too good

Updated: 6/21/2011 05:02 AM

  When crude oil was $147 per barrel regular gasoline was about $4.30 per gallon. Now crude oil is about $100 per barrel and regular gasoline is about $4.30 per gallon. Using those numbers regular gasoline should be about $2.92 per gallon.

Gas numbers don't add up

Updated: 6/21/2011 05:02 AM

  The governor of New Jersey used a state helicopter to attend his son's ballgame. When called out, he rightly paid this personal expense. Please tell me why Obama did not get called out for his date night plane ride to New York. Seems to me that's a...

Hold Obama to same standard

Updated: 6/21/2011 05:02 AM

  Seriously? There have been a plethora of jokes on the daily news and entertainment shows about former Congressman Anthony Weiner, the majority of them poking fun of his last name as it relates to his bad behavior. When I was young my parents taught...

Enough with the 4th-grade humor

Updated: 6/21/2011 05:02 AM

  The same Republicans who supported the invasion of Iraq based on Bush's lies now call Obama "evasive" by flying support missions over Libya. What a bunch of self-serving hypocrites!

GOP hypocritical on Libyan involvement

Updated: 6/21/2011 05:02 AM

  Jon Huntsman Jr. is a high school dropout, a Harley-riding ex-governor and a diplomat whose last boss was President Barack Obama. Now this Republican wants Obama's job.

Who is Huntsman? Dropout, ex-governor, diplomat

Updated: 6/21/2011 09:30 AM

  Illinois has gotten a $3.4 million bonus for running one of the nation's most efficient food stamp programs.

Ill. gets bonus for efficient food stamp program

Updated: 6/21/2011 09:18 AM

  Gov. Pat Quinn is bragging about Illinois tourism and its economic impact on the state.

Quinn applauds impact of Illinois tourism

Updated: 6/21/2011 09:14 AM

  A federal judge on Monday approved a $3.4 billion settlement over mismanaged Indian royalties in a case that represents the largest class-action settlement ever approved against the U.S. government.

Judge approves settlement over Indian royalties

Updated: 6/21/2011 08:47 AM

  Mounting a large-scale bias claim against a huge company will be more difficult in light of a Supreme Court decision that found no convincing proof of discrimination on which to allow a class action against retail giant Wal-Mart on behalf of as many...

Decision in Wal-Mart case a blow to class actions

Updated: 6/21/2011 08:51 AM

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