Electroplating stout metals with aluminum was described at the Chicago Institute of the American Chemical Society last week. If the process should become practicable commercially, housewifery and industry will benefit by inestimable billions.
WOUNDED KNEE has been the catalyst,” says Donald White, an Oneida Indian who is a student at the University of Illinois.
Court on Thursday, June 2, started in typical Rod Blagojevich style. The former Illinois governor arrived and signed autographs in front of the Dirksen Federal Building.
Jewaun Smith, a 9-year-old boy from Chicago, is lucky to be alive.
Students from Washington University say they have complained to state and federal agencies that a Chicago, Illinois, nightclub barred six African-American members from their senior class trip celebration while admitting nearly 200 white classmates.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, will host the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, the International Olympic Committee announced Friday.
President Obama urged the International Olympic Committee on Friday to pick his hometown of Chicago as the host of the 2016 Games, saying the city represents the American dream as well as the Olympic spirit. Obama’s address to the 106 IOC members gathered in Copenhagen, Denmark, was the highlight of the Chicago bid committee’s final presentation before the vote to choose the host city.
A commander of an al Qaeda-linked terror group was killed in Pakistan by a suspected U.S.
A 19-year-old Jordanian bent on committing “violent jihad” was arrested Thursday after undercover FBI agents foiled his attempt to bomb an office tower in Dallas, Texas, authorities announced late Thursday. Federal officials said Hosam Maher Husein Smadi, who entered the U.S
Actor Henry Gibson, who played roles ranging from loopy poets to vengeful Illinois Nazis and cranky judges during a 40-year film and television career, has died at age 73, his representatives said Wednesday. Gibson was a regular on “Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In,” where he was known for popping up to read short, humorous poems during the show’s 1968-71 run