Most Carry-On Electronics Banned On Non-Stop Flights From 8 CountriesThe federal government has banned passengers on non-stop flights to the U.S. from eight Middle Eastern and North African nations from bringing any electronics larger than a cell phone in their carry-on luggage.
Take A Stunning Two Minute Trip Around The World With This VideoWatch this two minute and thirty second video to take a quick tour of some of the globe's most breathtaking sights.
CPD Launches Second High-Tech Hub To Fight Violent CrimeThe Chicago Police Department has unveiled the second of its two new Strategic Decision Support Centers, which will use high-tech tools to predict where violent crime might happen.
Made In Chicago: McCrone Group Analytical LabFounded 60 years ago and located in Westmont is a company that is under the microscope.
Chicago Police To Unveil High-Tech Additions To Crime-Fighting PlansPart of the city’s crime-fighting plan is to open two strategic decision support centers, in direct partnership with the University of Chicago Crime Lab.
Old Motorola Headquarters Coming Down, New Data Center To Replace ItDemolition will soon begin on a 63-year old building in Franklin Park that once served as the headquarters for the Motorola Corporation.
Divisive Election Prompts Some To Hit "Ejector Seat" On Facebook FriendsSome social media relationships were fractured during the contentious presidential campaign, with a lot of “unfriending” and “unfollowing” happening on Facebook.
University Of Chicago Uses CT Scans To Digitally Unwrap MummiesResearchers from the University of Chicago performed CT scans on Tuesday to learn the secrets of two mummies that have been in the possession of the Oriental Institute for more than 100 years.
Northwestern Professor Among Three Nobel Prize Winners In ChemistryThree scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for developing the world's smallest machines, 1,000 times thinner than a human hair but with the potential to revolutionize computer and energy systems.
Positive Train Control Still A Work In Progress For MetraThe National Transportation Safety Board continues to investigate what caused Thursday's deadly commuter train crash in New Jersey. The accident is prompting questions about train safety here in Chicago. Could something called "positive train control" have prevented this?
FAA Warns Travelers Not To Use New Samsung Phone On PlanesSamsung has issued a global recall of all Note 7 smartphones, after finding the lithium-ion batteries of some of the phones have exploded or caught fire.
Lawmaker Proposes Law To Help Remove Pokémon Go StopsProposed legislation introduced in Springfield Wednesday would require those who manage Pokémon Go and similar games to remove stops within two days of a request, and to make it easy to do so.

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