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  Firearms dealers are welcoming a judge's ruling calling the city's ban on gun sales unconstitutional. Barry Soskin owns a suburban gun shop named Article II Range. He calls the potential for Chicago sales “a business opportunity in a great...

Dealer: Chicago gun sales 'a business opportunity'

Updated: 1/8/2014 07:53 AM

  The Indiana Supreme Court is taking up the case of a woman who wants to sue a minor-league baseball team over injuries she suffered when a foul ball struck her during a game.

Ind. Supreme Court to hear foul ball injury case

Updated: 1/8/2014 07:38 AM

  Melissa Sallee, a choregraper and teacher with Naperville Park District's Dance Academy, is also assistant director of Dance>Detour, a mixed-abilities ensemble of dancers with and without disabilities based in Chicago. Members of both groups...

Melissa Sallée strives to spread the joy of dance

Updated: 1/7/2014 08:51 AM

  Mike North reminds us how far the Blackhawks have come from Sports Illustrated's picks less than 10 years ago as the worst run franchise in sports to one of the best on every level.

Mike North video: Hawks are the best organization in Chicago

Updated: 1/8/2014 09:52 AM

  Iraq's prime minister urged al-Qaida-linked fighters who have overrun two cities west of Baghdad to give up the battle, vowing Wednesday to press forward with a push to regain control of the mainly Sunni areas. The United Nations, meanwhile, warned...

UN warns of humanitarian threat in western Iraq

Updated: 1/8/2014 09:24 AM

  The former head of Chicago's streets and sanitation department is fighting to stay on the ballot after being convicted of rigging city hiring. Al Sanchez is running for a seat on the Cook County Board.

Felon fighting to stay on Cook County board ballot

Updated: 1/8/2014 07:43 AM

  The stock market stumbled Wednesday as investors waited for the government's jobs report later this week and the beginning of quarterly earnings releases from corporate America.

Stocks slip as a sluggish start to 2014 drags on

Updated: 1/8/2014 04:43 PM

  The struggle in Washington over whether to renew expired jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed is as much about providing aid to 1.3 million out-of-work Americans as it is about drawing the first political line of an election year. Tuesday's...

Benefits debate is first volley of election year

Updated: 1/8/2014 07:56 AM

  Be flattered if you catch the general manager of BLT Steak in Washington flashing a quick, sideways peace sign as he seats your party. Adam Sanders isn’t revealing his politics; he’s simply making a “V” — and alerting...

A guide to the gestures that help restaurants serve you better

Updated: 1/8/2014 10:41 AM

  Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas have been elected to baseball's Hall of Fame, while Craig Biggio fell just short. The results were announced Wednesday. The trio will be inducted in Cooperstown on July 27 along with managers Bobby Cox, Joe...

Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, Frank Thomas make MLB hall of fame

Updated: 1/8/2014 01:52 PM

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