The Chicago Sun-Times in Charlotte, working on the fly

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Chicago Sun-Times staffers at work Monday at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. This photo of the team was taken at the Omni Hotel–where the Illinois delegation is based. The Monday delegation meeting produced a heavy load of news–so the team set up shop in the lobby area. From left, standing, columnist Mark Brown, City Hall Reporter Fran Spielman, Springfield Bureau Chief Dave McKinney and Washington Bureau Chief Lynn Sweet. Missing from photo, Political Reporter Natasha Korecki, who was en route to Charlotte when this photo was taken

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