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  Pavel V. Logvin of Bloomingdale first stumbled upon child pornography in 2000 by accident, prosecutors said, and eventually his curiosity got the better of him and it became an addiction.

Bloomingdale man sentenced on child porn charges

Updated: 6/3/2014 04:53 PM

  The three-finger salute from the Hollywood movie “The Hunger Games” is being used as a real symbol of resistance in Thailand. Protesters against the military coup are flashing the gesture as a silent act of rebellion, and...

’Hunger Games’ salute used as protest in Thailand

Updated: 6/3/2014 06:21 PM

  The climbers who likely died on snow-capped Mount Rainier in Washington state this week traveled from as far as Singapore and Minnesota to ascend the 14,410-foot glaciated peak. The mountain, southeast of Seattle, is popular with climbers of all...

Missing climbers traveled far to ascend Rainier

Updated: 6/3/2014 10:47 AM

  Companies, customers and others critical of Texas gun rights advocates who have brought military-style assault rifles into businesses as part of demonstrations supporting “open carry” gun rights now have a surprising ally: the National...

NRA calls ‘open carry’ rallies ‘downright weird’

Updated: 6/3/2014 10:47 AM

  Seattle activists celebrated a successful campaign to gradually increase the city’s minimum wage to $15 by calling for a national movement to close the income and opportunity gaps between rich and poor. “Seattle may be a hippie city. We...

Seattle raises minimum wage; will others follow?

Updated: 6/3/2014 10:39 AM

  The nation’s top military officer said Tuesday the Army could still throw the book at Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the young soldier who walked away from his unit in the mountains of eastern Afghanistan and into five years of captivity by the Taliban.

Top military officer: Bergdahl case not closed

Updated: 6/3/2014 10:06 PM

  President Barack Obama on Tuesday defended his decision to release five Afghan detainees from Guantanamo Bay in exchange for an American soldier’s freedom, saying his administration had consulted with Congress “for some time”...

Obama: Congress consulted on Bergdahl exchange

Updated: 6/3/2014 09:40 AM

  A fire at the Taurus Tool and Engineering company forced the closure of Estes Avenue in Schaumburg between Wright and Mitchell avenues Tuesday morning and the business itself for the near future. Schaumburg Deputy Fire Chief William Spencer said...

Fire damages industrial building in Schaumburg

Updated: 6/3/2014 07:22 PM

  U.S. home prices rose in April compared with a year earlier, but the increase was the smallest annual gain in 14 months. Price gains have slowed this year as sales have faltered.

U.S. home price gains slow in April amid tepid sales

Updated: 6/3/2014 08:15 AM

  Batavia aldermen approved giving incentives that could total more than $7.5 million to Suncast Corp. to keep the plastic-goods manufacturer in town and expanding production. The city will pay for up to $250,000 of work to upgrade electrical service...

Batavia OKs incentives to keep Suncast

Updated: 6/3/2014 05:08 AM

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