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    CHICAGO (CBS) — A batch of mail has been stolen from collection boxes outside the Park Ridge post office again, this time after thieves pried them open overnight. Park Ridge police said an officer was conducting a “premise check” of the post office around 12:30 a.m. Monday, and spotted three mail collection boxes outside the building had been pried open,...
    Mark Meadows said Thursday he would be willing to bet all of his money that his old boss, former President Donald Trump, is going to run for office again. "Literally, I was with him just two days ago and he said, 'Mark, I can't imagine it could've gotten this bad this quickly,'" the former White House chief of staff...
    We need just one more to have a trend: For the second time in a couple of months, a delivery van got wedged beneath a Glen Rock office building. Several sprinkler heads were destroyed and a piece of the ceiling was ripped off Thursday when the rental truck, begin used for Amazon Prime deliveries, got stuck under the Harristown...
    Former President Donald Trump is out of the White House but there are still concerns about his hold on the Republican Party. Trump may not be on any ballots for the upcoming 2022 primary but one former White House aide has emphasized that does not mean Trump is no longer a dominant influence behind the scenes. Speaking with NPR,...
    CHICAGO — Mayor Lori Lightfoot is using her recent public feud with State’s Attorney Kim Foxx for fodder in a new campaign email. The letter, signed by Lightfoot and sent out by her campaign on Thursday, does not name Foxx, but it says the mayor “did not understand” the State’s Attorney’s Office’s decision not to press charges against people involved...
    Democrats were unable to reach a deal regarding the infrastructure bill Thursday evening, and decided not to hold a vote on the contentiously debated legislation, instead waiting until Friday to resume discussions. CNN’s Chief White House Correspondent Kaitlan Collins reported the news, telling host Don Lemon that she and her colleagues Ryan Nobles and Manu Raju had been on the Hill all...
    ECO-warriors today descended on the Home Office - just hours after being warned they could face jail if they storm the M25 again. Insulate Britain activists blocked off a road outside the building in central London this afternoon after wreaking havoc on the M25 five times over the course of one week. 14Insulate Britain activists blocked the Home Office...
    A group of Republican lawmakers led by Alabama Rep. Bob Gibbs want President Joe Biden out of office and filed articles of impeachment against him on Tuesday. Gibbs claims the president violated his oath of office on three points, according to text obtained by DailyMail.com: the southern border crisis, the evictions moratorium and Biden's botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.  Reps. Andy...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– A south suburban mayor will be sworn in again. Last month, the Illinois supreme court ruled Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa can stay in office, despite a 1999 mail fraud conviction. READ MORE: Mother Filing Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Park District After 19-Year-Old Son Miguel Cisneros Drowns Agpawa won office in 2017, but fought more than half his first term...
    NEW YORK (AP) — “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” stayed on top at the box office, collecting $35.8 million in ticket sales in its second weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday. That total was good enough for the best second-weekend gross of any film during the pandemic, edging out the previous Marvel movie, “Black Widow.” This year, relatively few...
    By Jake Coyle | Associated Press NEW YORK — “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” stayed on top at the box office, collecting $35.8 million in ticket sales in its second weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday. That total was good enough for the best second-weekend gross of any film during the pandemic, edging out the previous Marvel...
    Uber is again delaying the reopening of its corporate offices as COVID cases continue to surge across the country.  Employees at the rideshare company were initially expected to return to offices on a part-time basis  this month, before the date was pushed back to October.  But on Thursday, the company announced corporate workers will not be allowed back until next...
    MOUNTAIN VIEW – Google is once again postponing a return to the office for most workers until mid-January, in addition to requiring all employees to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened. The highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus is driving a dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, leading companies to delay or scrap return-to-office plans...
    Google is once again postponing a return to the office for most workers until mid-January, in addition to requiring all employees to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened. CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post Tuesday that Google is delaying its global return to offices until at least January 10, after pushing the planned September return...
    New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo (L) and running mate Lt. Gov. nominee Kathy Hochul take part in a campaign stop at the New York Hotel & Motel Trades Council a day ahead of the Democratic primary in Midtown, New York on September 8, 2014.Adrees Latif | Reuters New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo "has no interest in running for office...
    Ryan Reynolds appeared on the billboard to become one of the kings of the summer thanks to Free Guy: Taking Control – 96%, his new family movie that quickly took over the box office. According to Box Office Mojo and Comicbook, the film is again the leader this weekend in the United States with a collection that exceeds that of...
    By Lindsey Bahr | Associated Press Four new films with major stars from Hugh Jackman to Michael Keaton opened in North American movie theaters this weekend and only the one with animated puppies fared well. But it wasn’t enough to beat out Ryan Reynolds’ action-comedy “Free Guy,” which topped the charts for the second weekend running. “PAW Patrol: The Movie,”...
    In North Carolina, Senate hopeful Pat McCrory vows to take on the “Harris-Biden administration” and thwart the vice president and Democrats “who want to radically change America for years to come.” In Alabama, Jessica Taylor paints a dystopian portrait of “Kamala’s America” — conspicuously mispronouncing Harris’ first name — and promises to be “Kamala’s worst nightmare” if she joins the...
    In the biggest sign yet that Hollywood's fall plans are being altered by the coronavirus surge driven by the Delta variant, Sony Pictures on Thursday delayed the release of the big-budget sequel "Venom: Let There Be Carnage." Instead of opening in theaters September 24, the "Venom" sequel will now debut October 15. The film, starring Tom Hardy, had already been...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio spoke publicly Thursday for the first time since Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced his resignation, saying he “felt a sense of relief.” The mayor previously said he was on vacation this week, but appeared at a press briefing about the city’s excessive heat warning. READ MORE: Poll: Should The Gov. Mario M. Cuomo...
    MSNBC’s Chuck Todd said Tuesday that he expected outgoing Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to run for office again in his lifetime. Todd argued that Cuomo’s decision to resign — in the wake of an independent investigation that determined he had sexually harassed multiple women and violated state and federal laws — was a strategic move to keep the...
    Just minutes after New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, D., announced his resignation Tuesday, MSNBC anchor Chuck Todd said the embattled governor could have a political comeback in his future.  During MSNBC's coverage of the breaking news, Todd noted Cuomo "would no longer be able to serve in office in the state of New York" if the governor faced impeachment, suggesting...
    SOARING temperatures seen across the country are to blame for excess deaths - not coronavirus infections, experts have claimed. Recent data revealed that the heatwave may have "killed the equivalent of a jumbo-jet full of people over the space of a week" - after it was reported there were 800 excess deaths. 2Brits flocked to beaches and parks during the...
    Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich – a convicted felon who spent nearly a decade in federal prison – is going to court to be able to get his name back on the ballot. The then-Democratic governor was arrested in 2008 and accused of corruption and campaign finance violations for seeking political contributions in return for Illinois' U.S. Senate seat left...
    Former Illinois governor and felon Rod Blagojevich filed a lawsuit against the state, demanding that his right to run for elected office get reinstated. Blagojevich, who served eight years of a fourteen-year prison sentence that was commuted by former President Donald Trump in Feb. 2020, despite consternation from some Republicans, lost the chance to run again following a 2009 vote...
                      by Steven Hall  Judicial Watch announced Tuesday that it has amended its lawsuit against Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, who claims to be “unapologetic” about her previous policy to only grant interviews to journalists of color. Lightfoot told the New York Times in a podcast released Monday that she “would absolutely” implement...
    First Lady Jill Biden — who is featured on the August cover of Vogue after the fashion magazine broke a decades-long tradition by snubbing former First Lady Melania Trump during her four years in the White House — says people can “breathe again,” now that former President Donald Trump is out of office. Mrs. Biden said President Joe Biden came...
    An Indiana father with no prior medical training says he saved his daughter’s life after he remembered a humorous scene from NBC’s “The Office.” Matt Uber’s daughter, who is only four, experienced cardiac arrest after what doctors identified as calmodulinopathy, according to an NBC Today report. Uber was able to quickly help his daughter after remembering a well-beloved moment in...
    Former Rep. Katie HillKatherine (Katie) Lauren HillThe tale of the last bipartisan unicorns Maher chides Democrats: We 'suck the fun out of everything' Former Obama official named NFL senior VP of communications MORE (D-Calif.), who resigned from office in 2019 amid allegations that she had inappropriate sexual relationships with congressional and campaign staffers, left the door open to a future...
    Lawyers for Daily Caller News Foundation reporter Thomas Catenacci asserted that Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot could adopt discriminatory policies towards journalists in the future without a court intervening. In a response filed on Thursday, Judicial Watch lawyers reiterated their call for a preliminary injunction to stop Lightfoot from possibly adopting such policies in the future. Her policy, adopted on May...
    CNN appeared enthusiastic at the prospect of a congressional comeback for former Rep. Katie Hill, D-Calif., on Monday, with hosts wondering if she wanted to get "back in the arena" and touting she hadn't ruled it out. Hill, who resigned in 2019 during an ethics probe into an alleged affair with one of her staffers, discussed her push to make...
    President Biden and Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., talked Friday in their effort to forge a bipartisan deal on infrastructure spending and they've agreed to reconvene on Monday, the senator's office said.  Biden and Capito, the lead Senate GOP negotiator, discussed their competing offers on how to fund rebuilding the nation's roads, bridges and more and plan to keep the...
    U.S. President Joe Biden gestures toward Senator Shelley Capito (R-WV) during an infrastructure meeting with Republican Senators at the White House in Washington, May 13, 2021.Kevin Lamarque | Reuters President Joe Biden and Republican Sen. Shelley Moore Capito wrapped up a meeting on a possible infrastructure compromise Wednesday and agreed to speak again in two days. The president and...
    SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A judge dismissed bribery charges Tuesday brought against an Apple executive that connected him to a gun permit scandal at the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s office. Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Eric Geffon shut down the district attorney’s case against Thomas Moyer, Apple’s global head of security, in a decision released Tuesday morning. READ...
    Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. and Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman said Tuesday that state employees have again taken down his LGBTQIA+ Pride flags at the behest of Republicans. “I can’t say I am surprised, but I am deeply disappointed that the flags were removed, on the literal start of Pride Month,” Fetterman said in a statement. “But what’s even more disappointing...
    New York (CNN Business)After a big box office weekend for "A Quiet Place," AMC stock was making a lot of noise on Tuesday.Shares of AMC Entertainment (AMC) shot up roughly 20% in trading on Tuesday. It's welcome news for the beleaguered theater chain, the biggest in the world, as it attempts to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic. The surge also...
    Former Executive director Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Kristen Clarke (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for BET) It’s always hard to be the first. But in some instances, the first is usually the most obvious person to blaze the trail. So is the case of the newly confirmed Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Kristen Clarke. Clarke, who...
    On Wednesday, two Washington Post reporters witnessed Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Karens) chasing and “aggressively confronting” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, calling her a “terrorist sympathizer.” It was another in a growing catalog of incidents of Greene harassing and bullying AOC. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has suggested the House Ethics Committee should open an investigation into Greene’s actions as there is increasing evidence that Greene seems...
    LIZ Cheney has challenged Donald Trump to "bring it on" as she pledged to never let the ex-president "anywhere near the Oval Office". Trump slammed Cheney as a "bitter, horrible being" after she was ousted as GOP House Chair on Wednesday - but she has clapped back. Read our Liz Cheney live blog for the very latest news and updates......
    Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) said in a press conference Wednesday just after House Republicans removed her from House leadership that she will not let former President Trump get near the Oval Office again. “I will do everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office. We have seen the danger that he...
    After House Republicans voted to remove Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) as chair of the conference, the lawmaker pledged to ensure Donald Trump would never get “near the Oval Office” again. “Going forward, the nation needs a strong Republican Party,” she said. “The nation needs a party that is based upon fundamental principles of conservatism and I am committed and dedicated to ensuring that...
    In this article TPRCoach Signature handbagSource: CoachCoach and Kate Spade owner Tapestry is seeing signs that consumers are returning to celebrating love, gathering with friends and going back into offices. "We are starting to see where people have put off weddings for over a year — some of those life events — people are coming out and engaging in the...
    (CNN)The idea of returning to the office can conjure up a lot of emotions. Fear. Excitement. Nervousness. Anticipation. Ambivalence.More from Success To prevent burnout, LinkedIn is giving its entire company the week off 2020 taxes: Everything you need to know 76 all-cash offers on one home. The housing madness shows no signs of slowing And whether employees will be returning...