- Telling the tale of the South Shore in 100 objects
- THE SOUTH SHORE IN 100 OBJECTS, Day 1: The dunes
- THE SOUTH SHORE IN 100 OBJECTS, DAY 2: Pierogi
- THE SOUTH SHORE IN 100 OBJECTS, DAY 3: Leg Lamp
- THE SOUTH SHORE IN 100 OBJECTS, DAY 4: Shoe Corner
- THE SOUTH SHORE IN 100 OBJECTS, DAY 5: Lake Perch Dinner
- THE SOUTH SHORE IN 100 OBJECTS, DAY 6: 'Party cut' pizza
- THE SOUTH SHORE IN 100 OBJECTS, DAY 7: Fireworks
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From a tiny piece of Albanese candy to the gigantic Thornton Quarry, The Times is chronicling the top 100 objects that most represent the area in a series aptly named, "The South Shore in 100 objects." Be sure to check this slideshow daily as a new object will be revealed each day over the n…
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Maps released by NICTD on a new website explaining the South Shore West Lake expansion to Dyer show five potential station sites along the 8-mile route. The maps also depict two route options. One would take extension riders into Chicago on a separate rail line. That separate rail line would…
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This Associated Press interactive about the current war in Gaza features maps, charts, video and satellite imagery about the impact of the war and the blockade on Gaza, its people and its economy.
This Associated Press interactive takes a brief look at seven U.S. politicians that have been indicted.
Get to know Pope Francis. This Associated Press interactive provides a summary of the pope's stance on various social issues, a timeline of his life and an overview of the world's Catholic population.
This Associated Press interactive takes a deeper look into what is going on in suburban St. Louis following a shooting in which a police officer killed an unarmed 18-year-old man.
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This Associated Press interactive shows a narrative exploring the recently publicized diary of Poch Younly, a rare historical artifact that offers a glimpse at life under the Khmer Rouge regime in 1975 Cambodia.
This Associated Press interactive shows state-by-state consumer spending data released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
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This Associated Press interactive takes a look at the life of the late James Brady, an aide to President Ronald Reagan and the face of the gun-control movement in the U.S.
This interactive summarizes the latest events, key players and key issues of Palestinian statehood, international recognition of Israel, borders, division of Jerusalem, settlements and refugees. Updated to include the latest developments.
The Times takes a look into train crossing blockages around the Region in 2014.
This map illustrates the six train crossings in Hammond that are most frequently blocked by trains and the locations where the most citations are written.
This Associated Press interactive shows a map of migrant crossings by the border sector as well as interactive charts on the history of immigration in the Southwest U.S. and a video explainer on the legal process immigrants face.
Test your comic book knowledge by taking this Associated Press quiz.
This Associated Press interactive tracks executions conducted across the U.S., including a database of all executions conducted since 1976.
This Associated Press interactive profiles the top 10 riders to watch, and features a video explainer of team techniques, charts of average winners' speeds and winners by country as well as a map of the route with elevations.
This Associated Press interactive looks at how black boxes work.
Joseph Hardiman, upon oath, says that on or about July 6, 2014, in the County of Lake, State of Indiana, CARL LE ELLIS BLOUNT did knowingly or intentionally kill Jeffrey Westerfield, contrary to I.C. 35-42-1-1-(1), and against the peace and dignity of the State of Indiana. I swear, under the…
On July 22, 1934, John Dillinger was shot and killed by FBI agents outside of the Biograph Theater after watching a movie in Chicago. His alleged Midwestern crime spree included stops in the region and he was held briefly in the Crown Point jail before his March 1934 escape.
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