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  Columnist Charles Krauthammer: Neutrinos fired 454 miles from a supercollider outside Geneva to an underground laboratory in Gran Sasso, Italy, took less time than light to get there. Something must have been wrong to account for a result that, if...

Shaking the foundations of modern physics

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:43 PM

  Columnist Dana Milbank: By most of the usual measures, President Obama has no business being re-elected. Here's why he might be anyway.

Republicans' obsession with Obamacare

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:43 PM

  As if we don't have enough calamities to worry and fret about. Now scientists warn that the cosmos could be headed for a colder, bleaker future, nearly devoid of light. The light from one galaxy will no longer be visible from another galaxy. And...

List of worries continues to grow

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:43 PM

  Western DuPage Special Recreation Association extends a big thank you to the Outback Steakhouse in Bloomingdale for its generosity in hosting a wonderful luncheon on Sept. 23. Sal Diaz, Outback proprietor, and several of his staff members...

WDSRA grateful for luncheon support

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:43 PM

  Da Coach, Mike Ditka, says he'd spit on Jeff Pearlman, author of "Sweetness: the enigmatic life of Walter Payton," for demystifying possibly the greatest all around football player ever. That kind of talk is, sadly, not unexpected from a crude,...

Ditka shouldn't be throwing stones

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:43 PM

  I applaud you for your recent article ("Indy with a Bible," Friday, Sept. 30) about the life and death of Wycliffe Bible Translators USA pilot Paul Westlund. I do disagree with you on one point, however.

Bible pilot's adventure just starting

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:43 PM

  An Old Mill Creek letter to the editor: Suggestions to delay fixing the bypass do not take into consideration the lives of several thousand commuters who have to struggle with the "Millburn Strangler" daily.

Delay of bypass would be short-sighted

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:43 PM

  An Ivanhoe letter to the editor: Congressman Joe Walsh's "act," skipping the President's address to Congress, was not "disrespect," but rather regard for his constituents.

Editorial missed the truth about Walsh

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:43 PM

  Letter to the Editor: Extending the Sears tax relief deal would hurt District 300 and actually make it easier for Sears to leave Illinois.

Extending tax deal pushes Sears away

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:43 PM

  It's breast cancer awareness month, and the Daily Herald received a particularly close-to-home example of how insidious this disease is. Mary Jo Porter, who worked as a community news coordinator in our Lisle office for 14 years, died last month...

Breast cancer hits close to home

Updated: 10/9/2011 08:43 PM

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