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Chicago Tribune newspaper publisher John Sengstacke was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1912.

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POSTED: June 28, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Future of an Aging Court Raises Stakes of Presidential Vote

Awaiting Ruling on Fairly Simple Questions About a Complex Health Law

If the Health Care Law Is Overturned, Anger May Not Be the President's Reaction

A Dissent by Scalia Is Criticized as Political

Judge Sides With Florida on Purging Voter Rolls


Charles Blow: Candidate Blank


Citing Discrimination in Stop-and-Frisk Practice, Coalition Calls for Reforms

Amid Gloom, Job Hopes Rest Heavily on New Arena



The Christian Science Monitor

Gas prices poised to drop below $3 a gallon, as Fourth of July holiday nears

Stockton, Calif., prepares for bankruptcy. Are other US cities at risk?


Why some for-profit colleges could lose eligibility for federal aid

DNC no-show list grows, and GOP crows. But are Democrats being smart?


The Star Ledger

Attorneys to rally in support of raising court fees to help low-income people

Braun: Capacity not an issue in Rutgers-Rowan merger


Rutgers Board of Governors wants to keep control of satellite campuses in merger


State Legislature to vote on Rutgers-Rowan-UMDNJ merger today


Former AG Paula Dow to face N.J. Senate hearing for Superior Court judgeship

Malik Williams supporters demand to speak with prosecutor; cut Bergen Freeholders meeting short


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


APD officer shoots, kills person at mall

Georgia's housing crisis: Young with ‘no desire’ to buy


Citizen review board interviews finalists for Atlanta post; will vote on hire July 12



The Detroit Free Press

DPS emergency manager's gamble: Cuts will make Detroit schools better

$22.5-million grant to help Detroit keep firefighters

Bing listens up at Detroit community meeting

Detroit keeps ranking as 18th biggest city, Census Bureau says

Wayne State raises tuition 3.88%


The Washington Post

Supreme Court to rule on health care today

The public doesn’t like its health-care options


‘It was the only way,’ says creator of ‘Fast and Furious’ gun operation

The GOP’s real jobs plan

Despite deal, some student loans to become pricier starting Sunday

Obama campaign’s attack ads appear to be working in swing states

Police: Hate crime charge in NW stabbing



The Chicago Tribune

Girl, 7, fatally shot outside her home

Jackson camp says timing of announcement coincidental

Census sees Chicago's population inching up


Chicago Public Schools to levy maximum property tax hike

Cook faces $268 million shortfall next year


The Los Angeles Times


Brown signs budget that hinges on tax hikes


CalPERS may revamp health plans to lower its medical tab

UC will not seek immediate tuition increase



USA Today

Large cities got larger despite downturn

'Fast and Furious' stars a lame Washington

Hiring rebounds for state and local governments

Troubles plague Democratic convention in N.C.


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland school district headquarters for sale to any charter school with $19 million

President Barack Obama pulls away from Mitt Romney in latest Quinnipiac University poll





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