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Thousands of psychiatric patients are likely to move out of nursing homes and into community-based settings in the next five years under a landmark legal agreement designed to reshape Illinois' troubled long-term care system. The agreement, expected to...
An Oak Brook health care company and its Roman Catholic owners who don't want to include birth control in their employees' benefits still have no choice, despite exceptions to the contraception mandate proposed by the Obama administration this month....
Special to the TribuneLaura Pincus Hartman stood before a congregation in a church just south of 75th Street, gazing at anticipatory faces. The pastor had just finished preaching an hour-long sermon from the Gospel of Mark about Jesus healing a woman. Hartman was about...
Tags: Parties and Movements, Poverty, Values, Politics, Students
Somewhere in the third year of Tribune Co.'s marathon Chapter 11 proceeding, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Carey looked out at a Delaware courtroom packed with high-priced attorneys and conceded the case had broken down into what he called a...
Tribune reporterThe judge in Tribune Co.'s bankruptcy case on Monday rejected two competing plans for reorganizing the company, leaving the Chapter 11 proceeding unresolved after nearly three contentious years in court. In an expansive 126-page opinion, U.S....
Robert Brevoort Murdock, 80, of 18717 Dover Drive in Hagerstown, Md., died Friday, Oct. 19, 2012, at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C., due to complications following valve replacement surgery. Born Aug. 4, 1932, in Pittsburgh, Pa., he was...
Health care has dominated the headlines recently at the federal, state and local levels: The Supreme Court upholds the Affordable Care Act. Six of 12 Chicago-run community mental health clinics are shut, as is the state-run Tinley Park Mental Health...
To illustrate the early problems the state is having as it makes large-scale cuts to its Medicaid program, consider the new limit on prescription drugs. For the most part, low-income people used to be able to get an unlimited number of prescriptions...
Tribune reporterA Chicago real estate lawyer was arrested on charges he sexually assaulted a Minnesota woman inside her Streeterville hotel room Tuesday after she left the door to her room open, prosecutors said today. Anthony Bergamino Jr., 49, was charged with one...
Tags: Justice System, Sexual Assault, Assault, Judges, Streeterville
If you tracked down Tara Thompson's childhood friends and told them what she was doing these days, she says they wouldn't be surprised. "I can remember as a kid doing mock trial stuff in grade school, thinking, 'This is what I want to do,'" says...
Kristy Johnson found out the hard way that she could not overpower or subdue her creative side. The Chicago native and lone female cast member in South Coast Repertory's production of the August Wilson play "Jitney," which opens on Friday night, gave...
Skin cancer victims who ascribe their maladies to tanning salons persuaded a panel of Chicago aldermen Wednesday to bar tanning facilities from letting people younger than 18 use their equipment, even if the minors have the permission of a parent or...
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