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"My article was a 29-year-old Cold War Navy pilot's misguided contribution to a debate that was live at the time." [Read More]
Boeing Co.'s top spokesman, Niel Golightly, resigned after an employee complaint over an article he wrote in 1987 questioning whether women should serve in combat.... [Read More]
More than 700 nurses walked off the job on Independence Day at Amita St. Joseph Medical Center in Joliet. [Read More]
The union said last week it had filed four unfair labor practice complaints against the hospital for intimidation and coercion and for refusing to bargain in... [Read More]
Cook County Health is $30 million behind budget and grappling with increased costs like employee overtime and shrinking revenues due to fewer nonemergency surgeries and routine... [Read More]
Mayor Lightfoot's emergency order, announced as the long holiday weekend was just getting started, directs travelers entering the city from states experiencing a surge in... [Read More]
Mayor Lightfoot's emergency order, announced as the long holiday weekend was just getting started, directs travelers entering the city from 15 states experiencing a surge... [Read More]
"We'll be determining which states are covered by the order by looking at the latest public health data—particularly whether a state has a case rate... [Read More]
The publication brought home a pack of accolades during this year's journalism award season for its work in 2019. [Read More]
Far-flung office parks are suddenly looking more attractive—or so building owners hope. [Read More]
Reporter Dennis Rodkin explains why some Chicago real estate agents are no longer using the word "master" to describe bedrooms and bathrooms in their listings. [Read More]
Relatively high outlays stand out as city looks for budget cuts and activists cry "defund." [Read More]
Relatively high outlays stand out as the city looks for budget cuts and activists cry "defund." [Read More]
Summer usually brings a lull in the housing market, as the peak activity of spring eases up. But 2020 is no ordinary year. [Read More]
June and July usually bring a lull in the housing market, as the peak activity of spring eases up. But 2020 is no ordinary year.... [Read More]
Talk of improving policing—and holding officers accountable—raises the union's hackles and, in the past, that's been enough to stymie lasting change. Chicago can't afford to... [Read More]
On a subject as fraught as policing in Chicago, there isn't much room for consensus—except, perhaps, for this one point: The status quo isn't working.... [Read More]
The Loop-based advisory firm aims to sell itself as a bundler for top dollar. [Read More]
Just back from quarantine, Kwame Raoul is talking up the need to license police officers. But with the Legislature out until November, will momentum be... [Read More]
The various causes of street violence in Chicago have been the subject of reams of books, documentaries, news reports and academic white papers. One particular... [Read More]
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