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  Greece won't meet 2011-2012 deficit targets imposed by international lenders as part of the country's bailout, the Finance Ministry said Sunday. The country's deficit this year is expected to reach 8.5 percent of gross domestic product, or (euro)...

Greece to miss deficit targets for 2011-2012

Updated: 10/2/2011 04:39 PM

  October is pumpkin time at Wheaton's Cosley Zoo. Every weekend during the month, Cosley will host its annual Pumpkin Festival. Apples, cider, cornstalks and yes, pumpkins will be for sale, and children can enjoy playing on the straw pyramid or...

Pumpkins make yearly return to Cosley Zoo

Updated: 10/2/2011 04:23 PM

  More than 700 protesters demonstrating against corporate greed, global warming and social inequality, among other grievances, were arrested Saturday after they swarmed the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City and shut down a lane of traffic for several...

700 arrested after protest on Brooklyn Bridge

Updated: 10/2/2011 12:59 AM

  In this editorial, the Daily Herald declares war against insensitive and mean-spirited online commenting.

Creating a civil discourse in online commenting

Updated: 10/2/2011 06:51 AM

  Columnist Michael Gerson: In Harper Lee's description, the content of courage is sympathy. It requires a leap of imagination into the circumstances of another life. Scout discovers that the neighbor she feared saved her from murder. "Atticus was...

Life explained in eighth grade

Updated: 9/30/2011 07:06 PM

  Columnist Froma Harrop: Some programs for the poor are essential to maintaining a humane society, but others may be inefficient or socially counterproductive. Look at them, too, but bear in mind that they are not the big kahuna of entitlement...

The middle class and its entitlements

Updated: 9/30/2011 07:06 PM

  Given the state of Rolling Meadows' power grid and the weather conditions encountered this year I doubt very highly that the village of Rolling Meadows experienced any longer delays that the rest of us in the area did.

A little patience would be nice

Updated: 9/30/2011 07:06 PM

  Who is running these programs? Why, it's the federal government. And what do you do with those who run Ponzi schemes? You put them in jail.

Some entitlements are a public disservice

Updated: 9/30/2011 07:06 PM

  Why do these suburbs need tax money for studies? Isn't this what you expect your local governments to be already doing for their salaries? I guess thinking is not part of their job, without somebody paying them extra!

Why the extra expense of studies?

Updated: 9/30/2011 07:06 PM

  Now that Illinois is taking care of the poor and the illegal, when is Gov. Quinn going to do something as great for the kids of the middle class, taxpaying citizens - you know, the ones on whose back the revenue for running the state comes.

Dream Act unfair to taxpaying public

Updated: 9/30/2011 07:06 PM

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