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  The size of unfunded liabilities that state Rep. Darlene Senger refers to in her recent letter does not give a full view of the state’s pension fund. Unfunded liabilities are amortized over 40 years in Illinois, using a “riskless...

Pension liability woes overstated

Updated: 5/12/2011 06:44 PM

  Latino voters are smart and they’re seeing that Obama’s lack of leadership on immigration probably isn’t going to change anytime soon. As it stands right now, whether they vote Republican or not at all, they have absolutely nothing...

Immigration promises come up empty

Updated: 5/12/2011 06:42 PM

  "Devil in the White City" author Erik Larson reads from and signs copies of his new book, "In the Garden of Beasts," at Pfeiffer Hall at North Central College in Naperville on Saturday, May 14. Larson will also appear at Centuries & Sleuths in...

Book notes: Erik Larson author event in Naperville

Updated: 5/12/2011 09:41 AM

  The most appealing element of “Brink,” the new first-person shooter from the U.K. studio Splash Damage, is the blue. Which isn't saying much, considering that efforts to distinguish “Brink” from other gun-happy games come off...

Once promising ‘Brink' loses its edge

Updated: 5/12/2011 03:29 PM

  Karrin Allyson’s darkly beautiful and melancholic “’Round Midnight” offers a sharp contrast to her last album, 2008’s Grammy-nominated CD “Imagina.” Here Allyson shows her versatility with a tastefully...

Allyson evokes heartache on new CD

Updated: 5/12/2011 09:21 AM

  For another week, David Baldacci's "The Sixth Man" and Tina Fey's "Bossypants" lead the Publishers Weekly's fiction and nonfiction best-sellers lists.

Best-sellers: Baldacci, Fey still leading

Updated: 5/12/2011 09:23 AM

  Police said Thursday that they captured a man who tried breaking into an Army base and fired on police during a high-speed chase before entering and leaving a university building where classes were in session.

Police: Man who tried entering Army base caught

Updated: 5/12/2011 02:00 PM

  Despite having no Internet access in his hideout, Osama bin Laden was a prolific email writer who built a painstaking system that kept him one step ahead of the U.S. government's best eavesdroppers.

How bin Laden emailed without being detected by U.S.

Updated: 5/12/2011 01:57 PM

  Nick Risinger has always gazed up at the sky. But last year the amateur astronomer and photographer quit his day job as a Seattle marketing director and lugged six synchronized cameras about 60,000 miles to capture an image of the entire night sky.

The night sky in 37,440 exposures

Updated: 5/12/2011 11:34 AM

  lake county news digest for friday, may 13

Camp program set for May 18:

Updated: 5/12/2011 05:28 PM

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