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New Website Offers Oral Histories of Richard J. Daley

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A new website (rjd.library.uic.edu) memorializes Richard J. Daley through transcribed oral histories from 59 of his colleagues, friends and relatives, along with selected photos and documents from the Richard J. Daley Collection at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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Wake Forest experts on #GOP debates available to discuss 'Trump phenomenon,' evangelical voters and more

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Medicare to Pay Docs for End-of-Life Planning

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WashU Expert: DOJ report on St. Louis County Family Court raises new concerns about discrimination

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45 States Get F on Price Transparency Laws

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Pentagon Sends Select U.S. Army Personnel to McConnell Center for Training

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The University of Louisville is one of only two institutions to host the army's Strategic Army Broadening seminar, designed to develop next generation of army leaders.

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Religion vs. Politics: #Pope makes environment thorny issue for GOP candidates

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First Republican Debate Highly Anticipated By Public; Campaigns Lower Expectations

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Symbols Matter: Controversies Over Confederate and Other Flags, National Symbols, Won’t Go Away, Expert Says

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Warehouse Jobs Pay Poorly, Lack Health Insurance

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Warehouses provide jobs for thousands of workers in Inland Southern California. But a majority of blue-collar warehouse jobs typically pay less than a living wage, are often temporary, and do not provide health-care benefits, according to UC Riverside researchers.