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President Donald Trump's implicit threat to put the National Guard on the streets of Chicago to tackle the city's violence problem attracted widespread ridicule earlier... [Read More]
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Say what you want about President Donald Trump, but he's certainly been good for the Democratic Party book tour business. Just a few weeks... [Read More]
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Add another sweet gig to the Obamas' "first friend" Valerie Jarrett's burgeoning portfolio of post-White House jobs. Starting in the new year, Jarrett will... [Read More]
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Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa isn't always the most popular alderman among his go-along-to-get-along colleagues on a City Council that often acts as a rubber stamp for... [Read More]
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Chicagoans may have become almost as desensitized to President Donald Trump bashing their city's violence problem and leadership over the last couple of years as... [Read More]
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The military coup that led to the resignation as president of Zimbabwean strongman Robert Mugabe made international headlines Tuesday. But the spectacle of tanks... [Read More]
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John Canning Jr. is one of Chicago's biggest philanthropists — and a major supporter of Catholic nonprofits. But that didn't stop Cardinal Francis George... [Read More]
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Are disgraced former power couple Jesse Jackson Jr. and Sandi Jackson finally ready to make peace? The stakes for mutually assured destruction in the... [Read More]
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Another week, another superlative for Illinois' richest man. This time Ken Griffin has outdone President Donald Trump, fellow hedge fund tycoon Nelson Peltz, shock... [Read More]
If President Donald Trump wants to build his border wall, he'll first have to beat the serial pranksters behind the "Cards Against Humanity" card game.... [Read More]
Cardinal Blase Cupich has often been praised for his political savvy since he was installed in Chicago by Pope Francis. But Cupich suffered a... [Read More]
She's been attacked by many of her former allies for airing dirty laundry in public, but former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile took no... [Read More]
More than a year ago, in May 2016, University of Chicago undergraduate Dan Ackerman prompted an awkward exchange when he asked C.K.'s pal and former "Daily... [Read More]
An activist who walked along the lakefront with her breasts exposed to protest Chicago's public indecency ordinance could very well have made her point with her clothes... [Read More]
Former Gov. Pat Quinn's political career may not be over — at least if he gets his way in his bid to become Illinois attorney general — but... [Read More]
Congratulations to former U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh, whose talk radio show has been picked up for syndication by a broadcast boss who praised Walsh's "acting... [Read More]
A "random" decision to quickly exclude former President Barack Obama from jury duty in Chicago on Wednesday was good news for major Obama Foundation donor... [Read More]
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un may often be portrayed in the U.S. as the wacky-haired pal of former Chicago Bull Dennis Rodman, but he's "rational"... [Read More]
Brandishing a giant bottle of whiskey and wearing a sparkly Zorro mask, disgraced former Dixon Comptroller Rita Crundwell preened for the camera as she held... [Read More]
Offering thoughts and prayers for victims of Saturday's mass shooting at a Texas church is "not enough," Chicago Cardinal Blase Cupich said Monday as he... [Read More]
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