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Low interest rates were supposed to be a short-term crutch, but have instead become the staple of a years-long feast for the 1 percent. It's time for the Fed to end the festivities, remove the crutch and let the partiers take their losses so we can move forward as a nation, all 100 percent of us.
You see us wearing ankle-length puffy coats well into March. That's not because we're ambassadors for North Face. The winter of 2013-14 was, literally, one of the worst in Chicago's history. But that's not all.
Chicagoans were none too thrilled with the Tuesday ruling that effectively bumped The Sears Willis Tower out of the top spot
At stake was more than just bragging rights in two cities that feast on superlatives and the tourist dollars that might follow
According to city officials, Mayor Rahm Emanuel set a goal of 50 million visitors by the year 2020, which would be an increase
One of the best sights from 1,353 feet in the air is watching the sunset and the lights slowly start to glow throughout the city.
Prepare to re-imagine and get your mind blown in the process. The 2.7 million-square foot Empire State Building -- brawny, angular icon of early-twentieth century grit and ambition (and still New York City's second-tallest building) -- is green.
But the building's chief architect David Childs belongs to the former group and has openly criticized the Port Authority's
Those bragging rights, though, will carry an asterisk. The milestone is a preliminary one. Workers are still adding floors