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"Ugh! That Newsweek Cover": Silicon Valley Women Respond

Newsweek's latest cover on "What Silicon Valley Thinks of Women" sparked a firestorm Thursday — on Twitter and in Silicon Valley — with some accusing the magazine of taking on sexism in tech with a sexist... »

McDonald's Walks Fine Line With "Signs" Commercial

McDonald's Walks Fine Line With "Signs" Commercial

An ad by McDonald's is testing the fine line companies need to walk when referencing national tragedies. »

French Bulldog Struggles to Reclaim Bed From Cat

French Bulldog Struggles to Reclaim Bed From Cat

A French bulldog named Pixel adorably struggles to reclaim its bed after a cat stole it away. »

Chicago's Year in Pop Culture

Chicago's Year in Pop Culture

Here are the top Chicago movie and TV stories for 2014. »

Burger Chain Shake Shack Orders Up IPO

Burger Chain Shake Shack Orders Up IPO

Shake Shack is bringing its burgers, milkshakes and crinkle-cut fries to Wall Street. The burger chain filed for an initial public offering Monday, hoping to raise as much as $100 million. It didn't say how many »

Chicagoans Go Viral for Golden Globes Speeches

Chicagoans Go Viral for Golden Globes Speeches

Chicago was well-represented at the 2015 Golden Globes. »

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"Flat White" Added to Starbucks Menu

The "flat white" is going mainstream. Starbucks introduced Tuesday its own version of the flat white, a specialty coffee drink popular in Australia, New Zealand, and the U.K, but until now relatively unknown in... »

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Actor Who Plays MLK in "Selma" Transformed by Role

David Oyelowo, the actor who plays Martin Luther King in the new movie "Selma," which opens in limited release New Year's Day and in theaters on Jan. 9, talks about his role in the film. LeeAnn Trotter reports. »

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New Year's Eve: Things to Do in Chicago

Things to do in Chicago this New Year's Eve. »

Obama's Personal Chef Hangs Up Apron After Six Years

Obama's Personal Chef Hangs Up Apron After Six Years

President Obama's personal chef is hanging up his apron after serving the first family for six years. Sam Kass was also senior adviser for nutrition policy, something new for a White House chef. »

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