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Nearly all the phony accounts were caught by artificial intelligence and a boost in human monitoring. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said breaking up the company would make purging abusive accounts harder.

11th District Operation Clean Outdoor Roll Call
Friday, May 24, 2019
Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation
Chicago Department of Transportation
Chicago Police Department
Clean-up Boundaries: Augusta to Ohio from Avers to Ridgeway
Alderman Walter Burnett, Jr. (27th Ward), with his Sons
State Representative Jawaharial 'Omar' Williams (10th District)
& Walter Burnett, III.
May 22, 2019
Dear Neighbor,
In coordination with Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s “Building a…

May 24, 2019 (Chicago) – Efforts to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes took an important step forward yesterday. Commanding general of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite, signed the Brandon Road Chief’s Report recommending a suite of Asian carp protections at Brandon Road Lock and Dam located near … Continued

Over the course of the past several months, I’ve used this blog to discuss four big issues our legal profession needs to address to carry out my 2019 Resolution: to tackle our affordability problem for everyday people. The common denominator on these issues is that the solutions to making legal services more affordable and accessible to the middle class are almost entirely within our power as a profession and court system
To paraphrase a famous saying, we have met the enemy, and it…

OTTAWA — Before the Ottawa Lady Pirates took the field for the top of the seventh inning Thursday night, their coach Adam Lewis' message was loud and clear: "Three outs; go get it!"

Saving the environment starts with us and it is our responsibility to act against these terrible changes to preserve the planet for future generations.​

Labor under Anthony Albanese may look overseas in its search for a way to re-engage voters on climate change, and rebrand its policy suite.

“Crazy” new laws, along with delays to auctions and grid upgrades, is raising question about how serious the Queensland Labor government is about its 50% renewables target.

Queensland Premier issues expedited deadline for Adani environmental approvals, just days after company reaches agreement on water contamination breaches

Kroger and Walgreens are teaming up with UPS and waste management firm TerraCycle on a grocery delivery system.

All athletes who have been recognized as one of The Times Athletes of the Week or Year as well as our all-area first teamers are invited to attend Shaw Media's regional Most Valuable Athlete celebration on June 12 at the Northern Illinois University Convocation Center in DeKalb.

The Australian Grains Research and Development Corporation wants to use machine learning to aid the Australian grains industry in the future.

Congress’ chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala tweeted, “Election Over, Votes Garnered, Pulwama Martyrs Forgotten!”

We’ve all been tempted by the monthlong free trial that streaming services offer. You can always cancel, right? But as Matthew Kitchen found when sampling YouTube Premium, it’s all too easy to get sucked in.

Many parents don’t charge their boomerang children rent, but some experts say that’s a mistake.

Which homeowners can, and can not, serve on the HOA, Condo Association, or Community Association Board?

Former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is returning to service, but he won’t be an elite Navy SEAL. The Navy did not provide an explanation, but the news of Greitens’ return did bring criticism onto the Navy.

"I’m planning on shooting up a public place soon," Christopher Cleary wrote on Facebook. The case tested the courts' ability to balance First Amendment rights with public safety.

Microsoft is changing how WSUS and Configuration Manager will handle patches as of Windows 10 1903. Here's what admins need to know.

Party wins 25 seats, making inroads into JD(S) and Congress strongholds

Charles Barkley weighed in on Drake's sideline behavior during TNT's pregame show. It was classic Barkley.

If you are a sexual harasser who wants to escape consequences, or a businessperson who habitually plays close to ethical lines, your hour has come.

Will Power's advice: Let go. 'No one wants to hit a wall with a full bladder.' That's one vote for whizzing around the track.

The recipe is simple, the ingredients positively virtuous. But after a nice long simmer, this creamy carrot pudding is pure luxury.

Increasingly, we're a city of homesick Midwesterners — and you can eat your way through the region without leaving town.

Nate Roman, 44, said the beds were made, the rugs vacuumed and the toilets scrubbed in his Marlborough, Massachusetts home.

Here are five reasons that can be easily identified right away for Mr. Modi’s spectacular second victory

Daniel Shannon, 66, is facing multiple charges after authorities found his mother's body buried on his property.