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November 14, 2016 View email in browser

Trump names top White House aides, says deportations will begin immediately

Donald Trump made his first significant moves as the nation’s president-elect, naming Stephen K. Bannon chief strategist and Reince Priebus chief of staff.

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Chicago nursing home fined after residents overdose on heroin

Health officials are seeking penalties totaling more than $100,000 from a North Side nursing home after five residents overdosed on heroin inside the facility, the Tribune has learned.

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Travesty in Tampa confirms Bears one of NFL’s worst

A Bears team so maddeningly inconsistent 22 months into a regime requires a thorough evaluation, from the person who signs the checks to the bottom.

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10 thoughts on the Bears’ 36-10 loss to the Buccaneers

10 thoughts after the Chicago Bears were blown out 36-10 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday afternoon at Raymond James Stadium.

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Will Trump truly put squeeze on Chicago over sanctuary city status?

U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley worries President-elect Donald Trump could use Chicago’s status as a sanctuary city for undocumented immigrants to cut off funding.

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Madigan cancels Monday meeting with Rauner; Cullerton also withdraws

House speaker cites an unspecified schedule conflict as the reason he won’t attend meeting with governor.

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Lawmakers, transportation experts question Trump’s infrastructure plan

Donald Trump has proposed $1 trillion in infrastructure investments, but experts do not know how they could be paid for without additional revenues.

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Photos: Supermoon around the world

The supermoon that peaked before dawn Nov. 14, 2016, was the closest such moon to Earth since January 1948.

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