John Kalymon is one of at least 10 suspected Nazi war criminals who remains in the United States despite attempts to deport him.
Paul Sancya/AP
July 30, 2013

Nazi War Criminals Reportedly Live In Limbo In U.S.

At least 10 people who are suspected of committing Nazi war crimes have never been deported from the U.S., despite losing the American citizenship they gained when they immigrated, the AP reports.


People calling for higher wages for fast-food workers.
(Justin Lane/EPA/Landov)
July 30, 2013

Fast-Food Strikers Demand A ‘Living Wage’

At a Wendy's restaurant in Lower Manhattan on Monday, protesters urged the lunchtime crowd to skip the Value Menu for one day. They blocked the sidewalk and half of the street.


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Bill Brady
(Seth Perlman/AP)
July 29, 2013

Illinois Legislative Committee Nearing Pension Compromise

A member of the Illinois legislature's special committee on pensions says the group is closing in on a compromise. It remains to be seen whether the measure will have enough support in the full General Assembly.


James Comey
(Win McNamee/Getty Images)
July 29, 2013

Senate Approves James Comey As New FBI Director

The Senate has overwhelmingly confirmed James Comey to become FBI director after Sen. Rand Paul ended delaying tactics against the nomination because of concerns about the domestic use of drones.


Rita Crundwell
(Robert Ray/AP)
July 29, 2013

Prosecutors Get Extension In Crundwell Case

Federal prosecutors have an extra 30 days to respond to former Dixon comptroller Rita Crundwell's appeal of her nearly 20-year prison sentence.


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