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Arnold Schwarzenegger: ‘I stepped over the line’ with women

The actor and former Republican governor of California says he was the "first one to say sorry."

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Alec Baldwin vows to break the talk show model by going deep

Baldwin plans to pick up where "Here's the Thing" — his podcast for WNYC — left off, employing his unfiltered, provocative interview style.

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Roberta Flack ready to sing again

The weekly exercise is critical given that Flack had a stroke more than two years ago and suffered a collapse that led to a brief hospital stay.

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Serena Williams talks motherhood, insecurities at conference

Williams also spoke about the disparity in health outcomes between black and white mothers and her status as an inspiration for working moms.

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‘What’s Happening!!’ co-star Danielle Spencer is ailing

Spencer, who had been working as a veterinarian, was released from a hospital Oct. 4 after surgery for a bleeding hematoma.

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Man, 27, shot in West Woodlawn

A man was wounded in a shooting Friday afternoon in the West Woodlawn neighborhood on the South Side. 

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Bears notebook: Prince Amukamara, Anthony Miller to return vs. Dolphins

The Week 5 bye generally is too early for an NFL team. But it came at the right time for Prince Amukamara. The veteran cornerback, who missed the Bears’ 48-10 victory over the Buccaneers on. Sept. 30 with a hamstring injury, had full participation in practice Friday and is expected to play against...

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Evanston man pleads guilty to trying to illegally export guns to Haiti

Patrick Germain, 45, built a plywood container, filled it with the guns and ammunition and hid the box in a cargo van, prosecutors said.

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Treasure Island sued again by fired workers; attorneys seek class-action status

The lawsuit is the third filed against Treasure Island since it abruptly told its employees on Sept. 26 it would be closing all of its stores.

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Mr. Pritzker, Tell us again what the middle class is — from the heart

Nearly everyone understands your political calculation. It’s elementary. You don’t want to give the other side any ammunition to attack you.

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Akiem Hicks continues to show why he’s ‘freak of nature’ in Bears defense

Adam L. Jahns' "Inside the Huddle" column runs in game-day editions of the Chicago Sun-Times.

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With Dolphins’ Ryan Tannehill questionable, will the Bears face a backup QB?

Four questions as the Bears prepare to play the Dolphins for the only the 13th time in franchise history:

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Carafem, abortion clinic with ‘loud voice,’ opens in Skokie

"Part of our efforts to normalize abortion services is to advertise about it. We use a loud voice when talking about the service we provide."

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Man, 42, shot to death in Robbins, person of interest in custody

Eddie Appleton was shot multiple times about 9:15 p.m. in the 13400 block of Ridgeway Avenue.

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Private Chicago city hauler is diverting tons of recyclables to its landfills

Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration has allowed a private city recycling hauler to divert tons of plastics and paper from residences to landfills the company owns, costing taxpayers twice and adding to Chicago’s worst-in-the-nation recycling rate. As a result, residents of the Northwest Side and...

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Riding high at 3-1, Bears veterans warn against ‘letting that thing slip away’

Being 3-1 doesn’t mean much in a long season — even if it did mark the franchise’s best start since 2013.

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Priest at Little Village parish charged with sexually abusing 2 women

Rigoberto Gamez, 52, faces two felony counts of criminal sexual abuse and a misdemeanor count of battery.

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Daley’s campaign treasurer is lawyer who hired ghost payroller on McPier’s dime

THE WATCHDOGS: Lawyer who once testified he hired pal of ex-Gov. George Ryan for do-nothing, taxpayer-paid job is now working on Bill Daley campaign.

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Prince estate to Trump: Stop using music at rallies

Prince's half-brother Omarr Baker tweeted the estate's opposition to use of any Prince music by Trump.

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