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  The price of oil was little changed Wednesday, underpinned by gradual improvement in the U.S and European economies. Benchmark crude for March delivery was up 5 cents to $96.69 a barrel at midday Bangkok time in electronic trading on the New York...

Oil steady in Asia after clawing back losses

Updated: 2/6/2013 06:24 AM

  Japan's Nikkei's was the stock market standout Wednesday, surging to its highest level since Sept. 2008 as the yen slid to a three-year low against the dollar on news the country's central bank governor will resign earlier than planned. The Nikkei...

Japan's Nikkei market standout with 3.8 pct surge

Updated: 2/6/2013 06:23 AM

  Columnist Michael Gerson: It has been part of the American miracle to balance individual rights with institutional religious freedom — a difficult task for which the Obama administration shows little appetite. So now it falls to the courts.

The shell game of contraceptive funding

Updated: 2/6/2013 08:03 AM

  A Lombard letter to the editor: Proponents of "defined contribution systems" of retirement plans do not know the realities of most Illinois public pension plans. When private businesses switched from "defined benefit" plans which guarantee retirees...

The reality of public pension plans

Updated: 2/5/2013 09:14 AM

  A Lombard letter to the editor: I find it fascinating that The Associated Press in its Jan. 26 report referred to the participants of a march as "anti-abortion activists," "abortion opponents" and "anti-abortion demonstrators." Funny, as shown by...

'State-run media' reports on march

Updated: 2/5/2013 09:14 AM

  A Naperville letter to the editor: In response to Froma Harrop's Jan. 24 editorial about computer genius Aaron Swartz's act of civil disobedience, I find Harrop's commentary to be exceptionally callous in light of his suicide.

Harrop column needlessly harsh

Updated: 2/5/2013 09:14 AM

  A Fox River Grove letter to thed editor: I read the Fence Post letter from Larry T. O'Neill dated Jan. 29 and I was surprised to hear what he had to say, exactly what I have been feeling. The tragedy in Sandy Hook goes way beyond guns and gun...

We need to get back to the basics

Updated: 2/5/2013 08:41 AM

  A Wasco letter to the editor: I read with great interest your article about the Schaumburg Police Department, "Can officers' integrity ever be guaranteed?" Eric Peterson wrote about how high ethical standards is key and that integrity cannot be...

Nothing to do with anything

Updated: 2/5/2013 08:41 AM

  Columnist Kathleen Parker: Polling that shows Americans favor women in combat by 2-to-1 is evidence only of the power of misinformation. And, yes, indoctrination.

Combat women and Congress' wimps

Updated: 2/4/2013 01:55 PM

  Columnist Richard Cohen: Imagine six former directors of the CIA talking with a distinguished filmmaker and confessing to the murder of two terrorism suspects, ordering the assassination of others, alleging a lack of real leadership by the president...

Courage of their convictions

Updated: 2/4/2013 01:43 PM

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