Monthly Archives: June 2012
An inside look at everything that went on outside of the Supreme Court before, during and after the health care decision was handed down.
WASHINGTON — It may not come as shock to anyone, but Bowl Championship Series officials waited for the start of ESPN’s 6 p.m. SportsCenter to make its big playoff announcement on Tuesday. The BCS Presidential Oversight Committee kicked off its meeting at the Dupont Circle Hotel at 3 p.m. Two-and-a-half hours later, an agreement on… Read More »
The media and health care protesters weren’t the only ones making their presence known outside the Supreme Court on Monday morning. Tourists from all over the country stopped by in hopes of being a part of the landmark health care ruling. But those hopes were dashed when word broke that the high court won’t rule… Read More »
For the first time since 2004 — and just the seventh time since it was first recorded in 1639 — Earthlings had the chance to view a solar system rarity. Venus passed directly between the sun and Earth on Tuesday and could be seen as a small black disk moving across the sun’s glowing surface.… Read More »
Google is making it easier and cheaper for Illinois small businesses to get online — which could translate to more money for business owners. A website can help owners spread the word about their companies, reeling in more customers and boosting the city’s economy, according to Mayor Rahm Emanuel. For more information, visit: http://www.gybo.com/illinois/