Political activity has been sweeping the Middle East and North Africa. For decades the region has been mostly under autocratic rule. Now long-standing dynasties, from Qaddafi in Libya to Khalifa in Bahrain may fall.
President Obama’s second State of the Union address stuck to tradition by highlighting the progress of the nation but many considered the tone of the gathering to be different – that a bipartisan, even conciliatory air prevailed.
Roger Ebert named "Scrappers" one of the best documentaries of 2010. The film follows two men who make their living dumpster diving for scrap metal. A few years back, at the height of the scrap metal economy, copper iron or aluminum commanded hundreds of dollars per ton: Not any more.
Now that the dust has settled and it’s clear the online discount company Groupon has reportedly walked away from six billion bucks from Google, we wanted to find out what else is going on in Chicago’s tech scene. Turns out, the hog butcher for the world may in fact be moving toward a cyber fut
A nationwide cancer drug shortage is leaving some key Chicago hospitals scrambling. The shortage affects cisplatin, etoposide and doxorubicin—drugs that treat breast, ovarian, bladder and lung cancers. “The situation is worse than any time I can remember in recent years,” said Dr.
The Choke. A person shines in practice, gets called in to deliver during that pivotal moment in the big game...and they can’t. They choke.Who knows why, maybe it’s the bright lights? The pressure, or the trash talking?