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Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Tuesday, July 24, 2012
CHICAGO — Struggling to contain his anger, a Chicago judge on Tuesday sentenced Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson's former brother-in-law to life in prison for killing her mother, brother and 7-year-old nephew in what prosecutors say was a fit of jealous rage.

In blistering comments, Cook County Circuit Judge Charles Burns rejected William Balfour's claims that he was innocent of the crimes.
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6 Wounded By Gunfire, 1 Fatally, Within 15 Minutes In Chicago
Jury Selection Heads Into Second Day In Peterson Murder Trial
Bloodhound Sniffs Out, Helps Police Nab Robbery Suspect
Cheri Bustos: Destruction at the Hands of Bain Capital -- Who's Really Responsible?
Leaders in Congress who profess a commitment to creating good-paying jobs, should also stand up to keep the ones we already have and fight to get the those lost back on American soil.
Elysabeth Alfano: Fitzpatrick's Nickel History: A Rich Collage of Ghosts and Stories
In bringing together these stimulating elements, he brings to the stage the essence of memory. In deed, what is memory except a collage of images, sounds, stories and smells that take us back in non-linear fashion to important moments of our history?
William deBuys: The Oxygen Planet Struts Its Stuff
This summer's conditions may indeed be perfect for fire in the Southwest and West, but if you think of it as a "storm," perfect or otherwise -- that is, sudden, violent, and temporary -- then you don't understand what's happening in this country or on this planet.
Dave Scheidt: Somehow I Survived San Diego Comic Con
Somehow I survived the madness that was San Diego Comic Con 2012. While the focus on comics has indeed diminished, this year us comic guys weren't going out without a fight.
Miriam Axel-Lute: Eminent Domain to Stop Foreclosure: Clever, but Not the Only Solution
The heat wave may have broken, but the news is still hot on the latest scheme to deal with underwater mortgages: getting them from the lenders through eminent domain in order to modify them and keep people in their homes.

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