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Today in History

Updated: 2/1/2016 12:00 PM

  The Chicago Auto show, the largest in North America with nearly 1,000 vehicles on display, will mark the world and North American debut of many of those vehicles when it opens Saturday, Feb. 13. You'll also be able to see some concept or...

Things to see at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show

Updated: 2/9/2016 06:01 PM

  Martin Jones made 33 saves for his fifth shutout and Patrick Marleau scored a power-play goal in the second period to lead the San Jose Sharks past the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0

Martin Jones makes 33 saves, Sharks blank Blackhawks 2-0

Updated: 2/9/2016 11:52 PM

  A Wood Dale letter to the editor: Wow! The AP Medical Writer was so clinical in describing the gene-editing experiments on human embryos okayed in Britain, so concerned about the possibility of designer babies, so clear on the fact that these human...

Gene editing exposes brave new world

Updated: 2/8/2016 01:37 PM

  A Campton Hills letter to the editor: I have attended the zoning hearing meetings regarding the Maxxam Partners’ petition seeking a special-use permit from the Kane County Zoning Board of Appeals at the Glenwood School property.

Questions linger on drug rehab facility

Updated: 2/8/2016 01:37 PM

  Markus Granlund scored short-handed for his first goal in 21 games and added an assist to lead the Calgary Flames to a 4-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs

Short-handed Flames hold on for 4-3 win over Maple Leafs

Updated: 2/10/2016 12:30 AM

  A Long Grove letter to the editor: How will Donald react when a country’s world leader doesn’t “treat him fairly?”

For Trump, the race is all about him

Updated: 2/9/2016 06:15 PM

  A Wauconda letter to the editor: This “draft America’s daughters” thing is a new issue, not discussed among the population at all. This is the country’s introduction to the topic. It came out of the blue.

‘Draft daughters’ moving too quickly

Updated: 2/9/2016 06:15 PM

  Georgie Anne Geyer: When it comes to birth and contraception, even though this is an era of sophistication and knowledge, we remain at a loss when facing the large issues of an increasingly overcrowded world.

Strain on earth’s resources is beginning to show

Updated: 2/9/2016 01:40 PM

  Columnist Richard Cohen: The problem in both Europe and America is not just a huge influx of migrants, but a lack of political leadership. The exceptions are Barack Obama here and Angela Merkel in Germany.

A rising storm of ethnic fear

Updated: 2/9/2016 01:29 PM

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