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November 14, 2016 View email in browser

Downtown Chicago rents may start to ease, while condo prices rise, report says

Renters may be getting relief from too much rental building in Chicago as condo owners finally sell into a market where prices have recovered.

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Emanuel to Trump on immigration: ‘Chicago always will be a sanctuary city’

Emanuel doubles down on defense of immigrants against Trump.

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O’Hare engine explosion on Boeing 767 poses puzzle for investigators

The investigation of a nearly catastrophic explosion of an engine that caused a fire on an American Airlines Boeing 767 just before takeoff in Chicago on Oct. 28 has begun.

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Gwen Ifill, PBS journalist, dies of cancer at age 61, PBS says

Gwen Ifill, the veteran journalist and co-anchor of PBS’ “NewsHour” with Judy Woodruff, died on Monday of cancer, the network said.

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Americans could lose this important consumer watchdog under Donald Trump

Republican lawmakers and big names on Wall Street have been trying to weaken or abolish in the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau since it was created more than five years ago.

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McDonald’s tests a Big Mac with a Sriracha kick

McDonald’s is testing a Sriracha Big Mac in the Columbus, Ohio, area, the latest attempt to spice up sales of its most famous sandwich.

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Expansion of TSA PreCheck program suffers setback

TSA has canceled plans to expand the vendors who can screen passengers for TSA PreCheck.

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Adult FriendFinder hit with one of the biggest data breaches ever, report says

A hack against popular adult dating and entertainment company FriendFinder Networks exposed data related to more than 412 million user accounts, according to a report from breach notification site LeakedSource.

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