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Should Jayme Closs Get the $50K Reward?

Should Jayme Closs Get the $50K Reward?

13-year-old Jamie Closs was held captive for three months after her abductor intruded her home, killed her parents and took her back to his place in Gordon, Wisconsin.

Trump says Democratic Party ‘hijacked’

Trump says Democratic Party ‘hijacked’

The President claims that Democrats in the House and the Senate are willing to negotiate to reopen the government but “Speaker Pelosi will not let them negotiate.”

O’Hare expansion proposals revealed

O’Hare expansion proposals revealed

The expansion will include two new passenger concourses, and will be paid for entirely by airline ticket fees. It is a top priority for Mayor Rahm Emanuel before he leaves office in May.  

Feds Say U.S. Student Loan Debt Hurting Housing Market

Feds Say U.S. Student Loan Debt Hurting Housing Market

The United States Federal Reserve recently conducted a study that revealed that the rising cost of student loan debt during one decade played a large role in young adults’ decision to buy a home.

Shutdown Lawsuit Delayed because of Shutdown

Shutdown Lawsuit Delayed because of Shutdown

A lawsuit that seeks damages in addition to back pay for workers forced to work during the partial government shutdown has been delayed – because of the shutdown.

Shutdown Lawsuit Delayed because of Shutdown

A lawsuit that seeks damages in addition to back pay for workers forced to work during the partial government shutdown has been delayed – because of the shutdown.

Trump signs bill giving federal workers back pay

Trump signs bill giving federal workers back pay

The President has signed a bill that will require some 800,000 federal employees to be compensated for wages lost or work performed during the partial government shutdown.

Service set for trooper killed on 294

Service set for trooper killed on 294

He was headed home on I-294 near Willow Road when he pulled over to assist with a traffic accident. Outside of his squad he was struck by a car. 

Air traffic control expert: Flying is less safe now

Air traffic control expert: Flying is less safe now

[van id=”politics/2019/01/16/air-traffic-control-flying-safety-trish-gilbert-shutdown-sot-nr-vpx.cnn”] Executive Vice President of the National Air Traffic Controllers Association Trish Gilbert explained the effect that the partial government shutdown has on air traffic controllers

Sears staves off liquidation, stores to remain open

Sears staves off liquidation, stores to remain open

“In our view, Sears exits this process with almost as many problems as it had when it entered bankruptcy protection. In essence, its hand has not changed, and the cards it holds are not winning ones.”

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