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European air regulator plans to clear Boeing 737 Max ‘within a matter of weeks’

European regulators on Tuesday took a step closer to letting the Boeing 737 Max fly again, publishing a proposed airworthiness directive that could see the aircraft cleared within weeks after being grounded for nearly two years over deadly .....»»

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Waukegan factory churns out germ-zapping robots that kill COVID-19 virus in hospitals, hotels and on ‘Chicago Med’

The $125,000 germ-zapping LightStrike robot kills the virus that causes COVID-19 with powerful UV blasts. Because of.....»»

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Deadline looms for Illinoisans to file for share of $650M Facebook settlement, which has already drawn nearly 1.4 million claims

Illinois Facebook users have until Monday to file a claim in a $650 million priv.....»»

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More than 212,000 fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits filed in Illinois, sparking concerns about identity theft

Illinois has identified more than 212,000 fraudulent claims for unemployment benefits, most filed under a new system created during the pandemic that extends benefits to gig workers and other self-employed individuals .....»»

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Meal kit giant HelloFresh buys Batavia-based Factor75, as prepared dinners get popular during pandemic

German meal kit giant Hello Fresh ha.....»»

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Panic buying’s back with COVID-19 surge, but food companies, TP makers are ramping up supply

A spokeswoman said the maker of Charmin continues “to work around the clock to produce product as quickly as possible.”A spokeswoman said the maker of Charmin continues “to work around the clock to produce product as quickly as possible.”.....»»

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CDC raises warning level, says to avoid all travel on cruise ships

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General Motors drops support for Trump in pollution fight, says it backs goals of president-elect

GM CEO Mary Barra said in a letter to environmen.....»»

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Now that Boeing 737 Max is cleared to fly, Alaska Airlines signs deal for more jets

Following so soon after the 737 Max was ungrounded, the Alaska Airlines transaction indicates that airlines willing to take new jets in the middle of a historic aviation do.....»»

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New insurance approach: Workers shop for health coverage with employer subsidy

Benefits consultants say the ICHRA accounts can be attractive to companies that have been hammered by insurance costs or want to offer benefits to attract n.....»»

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Workers go on strike at 11 nursing homes in Illinois, demanding higher wages and COVID-19 pandemic hazard pay

Nearly 700 nursing home workers went on strike.....»»

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GM to recall 7 million trucks, SUVs to replace Takata air bags

The air bag recall covers GM full-size pickup trucks and SUVs from the 2.....»»

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Millions flying for Thanksgiving despite CDC coronavirus warning, lenient ticket-change policies

Millions of Americans are crowdi.....»»

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Human rights experts: Japan’s detention of Carlos Ghosn was wrong

A panel of human rights experts working with the United Nations says former Renault-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn was wrongly detained in Japan and urges “compensation” and “other reparations” for hi.....»»

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AstraZeneca says COVID-19 vaccine ‘highly effective’ in late-stage trials with 90% success in one dosing regimen

The trial looked at two different dosing regimens. The combined results showed an average efficacy rate of 70%.The trial looked at two different dosing regimens. The combined results showed an average efficacy rate of 70%......»»

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Column: An exclusive look at Jeanne Gang’s Vista Tower, now Chicago’s third-tallest building

Chicago architect Jeanne Gang's new Vista Tower, almost complete, is Chicago’s third-tallest skyscraper and a stirring work of a.....»»

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Column: Jeanne Gang on Vista Tower, gender equality in architecture and the future of downtown Chicago

In an interview with the Tribune, Chicago archit.....»»

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Today is last day for Illinoisans to file for share of $650M Facebook settlement, which has already drawn nearly 1.4 million claims

Illinois Facebook users have until Monday to file a claim in a $650 million priv.....»»

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Rape, reproductive health hazards are common in palm oil fields linked to top beauty brands and everyday household products

Palm oil is found in everything from potato chips and pills to pet food, and als.....»»

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COVID-19 Thanksgiving travel: Rising cases force hard family conversations, last-minute changes

Between rising COVID-19 case counts and new warnings against Thanksgiving gatherings, travelers are reluctant to commit to holiday plans, leaving airlines and lod.....»»

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