An expert FAA advisory committee has recommended that airline passengers be allowed to use most personal electronic devices below 10,000 feet. Leonardo Patrizi/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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FAA May Stop Making You Power Off Those Electronics
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Plans to lease Midway Airport were grounded earlier this month due to a lack of competitive bids. Derek Rust/Flickr hide caption

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Chicago's Privatized Parking Meters Sour Airport Lease Deal
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Four Men Charged In Chicago Shooting That Injured 13
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Founder Of Men's Wearhouse Fired By Company's Board
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Amid Violence, Chicagoan Fights For Right To Bear Arms
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An oversized Chicago Blackhawks hockey helmet sits on one of the lion sculptures outside the entrance to the Art Institute of Chicago in celebration of the team's upcoming appearance in the Stanley Cup Final in Chicago. The Blackhawks host the Boston Bruins in Game 1 on Wednesday. Scott Eisen/AP hide caption

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Hockey's Hottest Teams Hit The Ice In Stanley Cup Final
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Ill. Assembly Called Back To Work On Pension Fund Shortfall
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Activists rally in support of gay marriage on March 25 in Chicago. The Illinois Senate has approved legislation that will legalize same-sex marriage, but it has stalled in the state House. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Ill. Legalize Gay Marriage Before Legislature Adjourns?
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Students and teachers from Eastlake Elementary and Plaza Towers Elementary schools gathered Thursday to say goodbye for the summer. This was a chance to reconnect after the devastating tornado brought an abrupt end to the school year at Plaza Towers in Moore, Okla. Katie Hayes Luke for NPR hide caption

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After The Storm: Students Gather For One More School Day
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Rescuers Check Piles Of Debris For Survivors In Moore, Okla.
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