Vedad Ibisevic, who attended Roosevelt High School and Saint Louis University, scored the first-ever FIFA World Cup goal for Bosnia-Herzegovina national team Sunday. Ibisevic's last-minute goal wasn't enough to bring Bosnia to victory over two-time world champion Argentina, who won 2-1, but the mom ... More >>
The Polar music prize, regarded by many as the musical equivalent to a Nobel Prize, was first awarded to Sir Paul McCartney and the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania upon its foundation in 1992. "The difference with this one for me is that I've presumably been chosen from everyone in th ... More >>
Eat your fruits and vegetables, already! A Centers for Disease Control study shows that American adults still aren't eating enough vegetables, and they're decreasing their fruit consumption. Only 34% Americans eat more than two servings of fruit a day. Maybe it's because a Chicago pair has found a ... More >>
Dr. Sherman Silber says he can extend a woman's fertility by decades. All he needs is an ovary and some ice.
The Sisters Rosensweig owes Chekov an apology.
Time again to take the year-end quiz
It's a hot, sweaty, cutthroat business. And in most city neighborhoods, it's illegal. A report from the front lines of the battle of the Bomb Pop.
Week of June 4, 2003
Iraq and roll don't go together well when rockers protest
The American belief in progress, and the resultant failures, makes for high comedy in Jonathan Franzen's The Corrections
Creator of Wonder Boys and supermen, Michael Chabon is a literary hero