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Tribune reporterA Democratic Party-backed judge who won re-election in November while facing battery charges was found not guilty Monday — by reason of insanity. The insanity verdict could aid the judge's effort to return to the bench. Not long after Judge...
Tags: Veal, Justice System, Elections, Crime, Law and Justice, Health
So you think your family is nuts? The fraternal train wreck of Gary Lennon's "A Family Thing," now having its world premiere in an Echo Theater Company production at Stage 52, will have you feeling Norman Rockwell-y about even those relatives whose loose-...
If you think that Jesse Jackson Jr.'s mental illness explains away all his bad behavior, you may need treatment for an excessively mushy heart. If you think his mental illness explains absolutely nothing, you are suffering from a heart made of nails....
Anthem Blue Cross is backing off a decision to require some policyholders to buy their prescription drugs from a single mail-order pharmacy — a requirement that the California attorney general's office said may be illegal. Anthem, California's...
Michael Angelakos would rather not discuss topics he's been asked in other interviews. Specifically, the lead singer of the electro-pop band Passion Pit doesn't like repeatedly being asked about his band's admirable decision to give up alcohol. I...
Tags: Radio, The Beatles (music group), Music, Lollapalooza, NPR
Carl Edgell doesn't enjoy going to the hospital. But he doesn't want to hurt anyone, either. The 44-year-old homeless man has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. At times when he has felt that he has...
Probably just like you, we at the Gold Standard enjoy the occasional Facebook foray to quietly unfriend anyone who sent us Farmville requests check up on the daily doings of friends and loved ones. Today, nestled among the cute kid pics and breaking...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorSun Valley Research Center in Imperial will take part in a global clinical trial to test the efficacy of a drug that aims to improve the social and communication skills of autistic children. The research center is in the process of recruiting children...
Tribune reporterFormer Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is under "tight medical supervision," as his struggle with bipolar disorder has been compounded by recent legal troubles, his father, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, said today in a statement. "He is struggling with the highs and...
Check ahead: Inclement weather might cause some of these events to be postponed or canceled. Please call ahead. TOPS No. 297: 8:30 a.m. weigh-in, 9 a.m. meeting, 502 S. Lincoln St. Brown County Commission meeting: 8:45 a.m., commission chambers, Brown...
The already volatile special election campaign to replace Jesse Jackson Jr. in Congress saw its biggest upheaval Sunday when state Sen. Toi Hutchinson dropped out and endorsed former state Rep. Robin Kelly in a move to unite against former U.S. Rep....
Jesse Jackson Jr.'s final act as a public official was to send a Thanksgiving eve resignation letter to the speaker of the House in which he declared that "for 17 years I have given 100 percent of my time, energy and life to public service." But...
Tags: Mel Reynolds, Trials, Lobbying, Barack Obama, Jesse Jackson
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