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  When Terry Barnes finished his military service in 1979 he came home, married his high school sweetheart, had two children, bought a house and, as he says, started to live happily ever after. But after losing his wife, his job and his battle with...

Finding help for homeless veterans

Updated: 12/5/2011 01:22 PM

  U.S. Vice President Joe Biden told Greek political leaders Monday his government is "standing with you in solidarity," at the start of a crucial week for the future of the debt-saddled eurozone.

Biden: U.S. 'stands in solidarity' with Greece

Updated: 12/5/2011 06:48 AM

  Italy's new premier must try to persuade a skeptical Parliament that his new plan to cut spending and boost growth will return Italy's ailing economy to health as Europe enters a crucial week for future of the euro currency.

Monti takes Italy's austerity plan to lawmakers

Updated: 12/5/2011 06:41 AM

  Letter to the editor: Dan Johnson says the Daily Herald did a disservice to its readers in writing about former Bartlett Village President Nike Kelly's lateness on paying property taxes. "The stories on the front page ... seem to be motivated more...

Story on Kelly not worth the cost of ink

Updated: 12/2/2011 06:30 PM

  ComEd's policy is antithetical to the need for a medical extension and the reality of the consumer's ability to keep an account current. Its corporate policy is not only unethical but violates Illinois law. ComEd, show compassion this holiday season...

ComEd puts profit over compassion

Updated: 12/2/2011 06:30 PM

  Columnist George Will: Some 23 million Americans who are unemployed, underemployed or too discouraged to look for employment know what it feels like to be collateral damage in the regulatory state's war on business.

Choking on Obamacare

Updated: 12/2/2011 06:30 PM

  Columnist Susan Estrich: There are a good many people - if not 99 percent - who are angry and insecure and desperate in this country right now. They deserve a voice. The First Amendment certainly can be messy.

UnOccupying L.A.

Updated: 12/2/2011 06:30 PM

  I'm pleased with the results of the disability parking enforcement efforts. Our mission is not to give tickets, but to ensure the accessible parking spaces are available to those who need them.

Know the law about handicapped spaces

Updated: 12/2/2011 06:30 PM

  It seems like we've stopped hearing about the food crisis in the Horn of Africa. Yet the famine is still affecting over 13 million people, more than the population of the entire Chicago area.

Famine continues; aid should, too

Updated: 12/2/2011 06:30 PM

  Letter to the editor: Susan Krutzler says Arlington Heights is getting a reputation as being unfriendlya to dogs. If you won't let dogs be anywhere but the sidewalk, she argues, then build a dog park where they are run and play.

Arlington Hts. acts like it's anti-dog

Updated: 12/2/2011 06:30 PM

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