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  A man who claimed Chicago police tortured him into confessing to killing a Chicago couple and spent more than 25 years in prison walked out a free man Thursday.

Inmate who claimed torture gets released

Updated: 3/17/2011 03:34 PM

  Moammar Gadhafi vowed to launch a final assault on the opposition's capital Benghazi and crush the rebellion as his forces advanced toward the city and warplanes bombed its airport Thursday. In the face of Gadhafi's increasingly powerful offensive,...

Gadhafi vows to retake rebel east; UN eyes action

Updated: 3/17/2011 04:29 PM

  President Barack Obama chose St. Patrick's Day to announce that he's adding Ireland to the itinerary for his trip to Europe in May.

Obama, on St. Pat's Day, announces trip to Ireland

Updated: 3/17/2011 12:51 PM

  A French judge filed preliminary manslaughter charges Thursday against Airbus over the 2009 crash of an Air France jet — opening a rare criminal investigation against a corporate powerhouse.

Airbus faces charges over 2009 crash

Updated: 3/17/2011 04:29 PM

  A "blood money" deal to free a CIA contractor who killed two Pakistani men removes a major thorn in relations between the United States and Pakistan, but bruising from the incident and disagreements over Afghanistan mean the alliance will likely...

CIA contractor release eases Pakistan-U.S. tensions

Updated: 3/17/2011 12:07 PM

  A former animal research technician pleaded guilty Thursday to killing a Yale University graduate student days before her 2009 wedding, and prosecutors revealed that he left behind evidence of a sexual assault and desperately tried to cover his...

Yale killing suspect pleads guilty to murder

Updated: 3/17/2011 03:50 PM

  Roger Ebert's annual film festival in Champaign-Urbana will open next month with a showing of the 1927 German classic "Metropolis" and feature an appearance by the subject of another of the festival's films, "A Small Act."

Ebert film festival lineup announced

Updated: 3/17/2011 11:38 AM

  James C. Tyree, the Chicago businessman who helped lead Sun-Times Media Group Inc. out of bankruptcy, died Wednesday at age 53, company officials said.

Sun-Times Media chairman Tyree dies at age 53

Updated: 3/17/2011 09:15 AM

  Candidates for the Arlington Heights Village Board will answer questions from local business leaders at a forum next week hosted by the Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce.

Arlington Heights board candidates to attend chamber forum

Updated: 3/17/2011 05:51 PM

  Hannah Nho, of Lake Forest, whose effort to get out of Sendai, Japan, was featured in the Daily Herald, made it to Korea Thursday and now is on her way to London to stay with a sister there.

Lake Forest woman out of Japan

Updated: 3/17/2011 05:26 PM

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