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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

How to honor your grandmother without getting in trouble with the government. A Chicagoan's new book tells revealing stories from China's Cultural Revolution.


Kris Kridel

Apple's first quarter earnings beat already high expectations to lift stocks higher. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM joins us to discuss that story, and more top business headlines.


Unrest over economic austerity in Europe could have serious impact on your financial future. Chicago Tribune columnist Gail MarksJarvis joins us to explain what she calls the "explosive" repercussions.


After a tragedy at Notre Dame, a local family engages in community outreach, not legal action.


The Republican primaries are all but over; Mitt Romney is the presumptive nominee. Focus now turns to the general election and the battle between Romney and President Obama. We take a look at the evolving race for President.


The NATO security perimeter around McCormick Place is disclosed. Does it protect protesters as well as NATO ministers? Carol Marin and her panel have the details.