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There is help if you are being abused

Imagine being so scared to talk about issues in your life, that when the words begin to come out, tears fall from your eyes. And the harder that you try to control the tears, the more they fall. More >

Nation & World

Obstacles to becoming a citizen

(Submitted by the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights) — Irasema Soriano Sanchez will celebrate two exciting milestones this summer: graduating from DePaul University with a degree in Political Science, and completing the final steps to becoming a US citize More >

Your Health

Doctors urge more exercise for pregnant women

Old health advice often dies hard. This is particularly true — perhaps dangerously so — of historic advice for pregnant women, according to a new Viewpoint published recently in the Journal of the American Medical Association. More >

Life & More

You’ll be walking on air if you keep your soil loose and light

There are many ways to make a garden bed, but one thing is constant: The soil within it should have the lightness of a fluffed-up pillow and the loft of a down-filled duvet. More >


How’s this for a White Sox-Cubs trade? Quintana for Schwarber

It’s a trade match made in heaven — Chicago baseball heaven.

The Chicago White Sox send starting pitcher Jose Quintana to the Chicago Cubs for the man without a position, Kyle Schwarber.

Straight-up deal. More >


Horse racing industry is worry about losing immigrant workers

The backside of Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, hums with activity as workers clean stalls, bathe horses and lead the muscular animals on strolls to cool them down after workouts. The quiet is broken when they speak to each other and the horses — in Spanish. More >

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