Head Of TSA Security Operations Removed From Position A House committee said Monday that the head of security operations at the Transportation Security Administration has been replaced. With Rahm Weakened, Aldermen Showing More Dissent Chicago aldermen might not have completely shed their label as a rubber stamp, but with Mayor Rahm Emanuel significantly weakened in his second term, the City Council has grown more independent.
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Taking A Hard Look At Those Facebook Clothing Deals The deals for clothes look so good, they're hard to pass up. In Chicago Homes, More Concerns About Lead Levels In Water A CBS 2 investigation last week revealed a family had high lead levels in their water and the city didn't tell them about it for months.
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