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Pat Hughes, radio voice of the Cubs for 21 years, has been thinking about what he might say if the Cubs win the World Series.

His words would reverberate for decades, played and replayed for as long as there is baseball.

No pressure.

“The main thing is you have to capture the moment,” said Hughes,…

Harken Health is abandoning the state’s Obamacare health insurance marketplace.

Harken, a subsidiary of UnitedHealthcare, said Thursday it will not offer plans on the exchange next year. Insurers Aetna, UnitedHealthcare and Land of Lincoln already have announced they won’t offer plans on the exchange…

Jose Zapata faces a decision about what to do with his 2015 Volkswagen Passat TDI.

It was a year ago that the 40-year-old Crete resident, a self-described “hippie at heart” who also recycles, learned, along with more than 475,000 other VW and Audi owners and lessees nationwide, that the German automaker…

If you want to buy a home and go to a bank for a mortgage, you may get a warmer welcome than people have received in years.

The mortgage lending market is thawing. Banks are providing more mortgages after essentially closing up shop when the housing crash and financial crisis devastated mortgage…

Teens aren’t the only ones who would rather text than talk.

The Federal Aviation Administration is bringing technology upgrades that let pilots and air traffic controllers communicate by text-based messages, not voice, to O’Hare and Midway airports this fall.

The new system, called Data Communications,…

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Taxes: The European Union’s laughably misnamed “competition commission” has slapped a $15 billion penalty on Apple for supposed back payments of taxes. This is nothing more than a cash grab by money-hunrgy Eurocrats, and is Exhibit A in why the EU is failing. We’ll spare you all the dry technicalities of Apple’s case because, inContinued

The Law: Two months ago, it looked as if the IRS scandal over targeting conservative groups had reached a legal dead end. But an appeals court, in a stunning reversal, revived it this week.A Will justice finally be done? We hope so. The Washington, D.C., Circuit Court, overturning a June lower-court decision, let the suit goContinued

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