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Paul Sullivan: A Red-letter Day In Cubs History — Anthony Rizzo’s Call-up — Reminds Us Of Promises Not Kept
CHICAGO — Sunday marks the 10th anniversary of the call-up of Anthony Rizzo, one of the most important days of the Chicago Cubs rebuild. “I guess we’ll be the face of the franchise — me, him and a couple other young guys in here,” shortstop Starlin C
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R. Kelly’s Summer Of Reckoning: Convicted Singer Faces Potentially Decades In Prison In New York, Jury Trial In Chicago
CHICAGO — It’s been nine months since Chicago-born R&B singer R. Kelly was last in a New York courtroom, where he was convicted by a jury after decades of allegations of sexual misdeeds. On that day in late September, Kelly, dressed in a gray suit, r
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Suspect Charged After 1 Dead, 2 Wounded At WeatherTech Facility, Police Say
CHICAGO — A 27-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder after he allegedly fatally shot one man and wounded two others, one critically, early Saturday at a WeatherTech distribution center in Bolingbrook, police said. The shooting occurr
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1 Dead, 2 Wounded In Shooting At WeatherTech Facility, Suspect In Custody, Cops Say
CHICAGO — A person was fatally shot and two others were wounded early Saturday at a WeatherTech facility in Bolingbrook and the suspect was in custody, according to a Bolingbrook Police Department spokesman. Shortly before 6:30 a.m., police were call
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Abortion Profoundly Shaped The Lives And Work Of These 8 Illinois Women. Here Are Their Stories.
CHICAGO — In summer 1966, 17-year-old Leta Dally and her mother were driven by a stranger to an undisclosed location on Chicago’s South Side, where the recent high school graduate had an illegal abortion. She never knew the name of the doctor who ter
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Illinois Governor Calls Special Legislative Session On Reproductive Rights
CHICAGO — Illinois politicians reacted swiftly and along party lines to Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, with Gov. J.B. Pritzker and Democratic legislative leaders immediately announcing they plan to call a special legisl
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Editorial: The Impractical End Of Roe V. Wade
In 1973, the United States Supreme Court found constitutional protection for a woman’s right to choose to have an abortion, her autonomous personhood deserving to be free from excessive governmental restriction. Some 49 years later, that same illustr
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Luke Richardson Set To Be Named Blackhawks Coach, Kickstarting New Era For Team
CHICAGO — The Chicago Blackhawks are expected to name Montreal Canadiens assistant Luke Richardson as their new head coach, sources confirmed to the Chicago Tribune on Friday. The Daily Faceoff’s Frank Seravalli first reported the news. Richardson, 5
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As A Kid, Danny Torres Roamed The Streets. Now Grown Up, He Makes Art That Reflects The ‘Real’ Chicago
CHICAGO — Two artists, Tony Fitzpatrick and Danny Torres, were standing in the lobby of a new building on LaSalle Street, across from a building that was once Gino’s East, now shuttered, and before that was Michael Jordan’s restaurant and long before
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With Roe Overturned, Illinois — A Midwest Refuge For Abortion Care — Prepares For Influx Of Patients From Other States
CHICAGO — Illinois’ role as a haven of abortion care in the Midwest was magnified Friday, when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, a watershed decision that reverses nearly a half-century of federally protected reproductive freedoms. Roe w
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Michael Phillips: With Roe V. Wade Overturned, America Returns To An Era Of Criminalized Abortions Far Worse Than ‘Dirty Dancing’
With the U.S. Supreme Court’s 6-3 overruling of Roe v. Wade, eliminating a woman’s constitutionally ensured right to a legal abortion, America has been presented with the trailer for the movie of its own future. It is a film promising to make the pre
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Bears Linebacker Matt Adams Arrested On A Misdemeanor Weapons Charge
CHICAGO — Bears linebacker Matt Adams was arrested Thursday night in Chicago on a misdemeanor charge of unlawful firearm possession, according to police. He also was cited for having high-capacity magazines and metal-piercing bullets, a violation of
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Ken Griffin Moving Hedge Fund Headquarters From Chicago To Miami
Billionaire hedge fund manager Ken Griffin is moving his company’s headquarters from Chicago to Miami. In a note to employees Thursday, Griffin said his investment firm, Citadel, will relocate to new headquarters in Miami’s financial district after m
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Stabenow: Union-made EV Tax Credits Are Dead In Democrats' Climate Bill
WASHINGTON— A controversial proposal that would have given consumers a $4,500 discount on domestic, union-made electric vehicles is officially off the table, Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Michigan, confirmed Wednesday to The Detroit News. Sen. Joe Manchin,
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Chicago Mayor Says Police Officers Have ‘Incredible Amount’ Of Time Off, Disputes Criticism They’re Overworked
CHICAGO — Mayor Lori Lightfoot disputed the notion that Chicago police officers are being overworked, telling reporters the department gives them notice when their days off are going to be canceled and they have an “incredible amount of” time off as
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Commentary: The Fall Of Israel’s Unity Government Offers Vital Lessons For Democracy In America
In 1787, James Madison articulated in Federalist Papers No. 10 that partisan polarization could fundamentally threaten a democratic republic. “Violence of faction,” as he called it, must be controlled. Madison’s vision has been proved right yet again
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‘We Are Not Monsters’: Women In Illinois Prisons Who Allege They Were Victims Of Domestic Violence See Their Struggle In Film
CHICAGO — Inside a rec room at the Logan Correctional Center in downstate Illinois, a projector screen leaned slightly forward but was upright enough as an audience gathered in front of it to watch a film. A large speaker on the floor would provide s
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Bulls Select Arizona Guard Dalen Terry With No. 18 Pick In NBA Draft
CHICAGO — The Chicago Bulls selected Arizona guard Dalen Terry with the No. 18 pick in the NBA draft on Thursday, adding wing depth to their roster as the team looks to build around DeMar DeRozan for the 2022-23 season. The 19-year-old averaged eight
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‘The Bear’ Review: A Culinary Ace Takes Over A Mr. Beef-esque Sandwich Shop. Chaos And Dark Comedy In One Of My Favorite Shows Of The Year
Chicago is a major food town, from pricey fine dining to modest neighborhood joints that hit the spot, and I don’t know that I’ve ever seen the sweaty, cacophonous kitchen dynamics of the latter so richly and lovingly portrayed as they are in “The Be
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Chicago Quantum Exchange Takes First Steps Toward A Future That Could Revolutionize Computing, Medicine And Cybersecurity
Flashes of what may become a transformative new technology are coursing through a network of optic fibers under Chicago. Researchers have created one of the world’s largest networks for sharing quantum information — a field of science that depends on
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Commentary: Monkeypox Is Not Our Next Pandemic, But It Has Lessons For Us
Monkeypox is a viral disease, distantly related to its far more deadly cousin, smallpox. So far this year, it has been discovered in dozens of countries that are generally not familiar with monkeypox, with about 113 cases in the U.S., 15 of them in I
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How Old Was Chicago Aquarium's Dearly Departed Granddad? According To New Research, Very Old Indeed
CHICAGO -- In the years before his death in 2017, Granddad, an Australian lungfish, was the oldest zoo animal in Chicago and the longest-lived aquarium fish in the world. He spent more than 80 years of his life at the Shedd Aquarium. New research pub
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Chicago Public School Dress Codes Now Cannot Ban Head Coverings Tied To Race, Ethnicity
CHICAGO — Starting next school year, dress code policies at Chicago’s public schools can no longer ban head coverings tied to race, ethnicity or hair texture, a change approved without discussion Wednesday by the Chicago Board of Education. The Tribu
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My Worst Moment: ‘Moonlight’ Screenwriter Tarell Alvin McCraney And The Time He Was Told To Fight Back Against An Actor
CHICAGO — Tarell Alvin McCraney became a household name after winning an Oscar for his “Moonlight” screenplay in 2017. His Hollywood credits in the years since also include the script for Steven Soderbergh’s “High Flying Bird” and as creator and exec
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White Sox Can’t Pull Off Sweep Of Blue Jays — And Tony La Russa Keeps Tuning Out The Noise
CHICAGO — With runners on second and third and two outs in the top of the 11th inning of Tuesday night’s marathon on the South Side, the few thousand fans remaining began shouting unsolicited advice to Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa. Toronto
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Federal Court Dissolves Decades-old Minority Hiring Decree In Chicago Fire Department, Cites Big Ethnic Gains
CHICAGO — A federal judge recently agreed to dissolve a 42-year-old court mandate on minority hiring within the Chicago Fire Department, finding that minority representation had increased substantially since its implementation in early 1980. While fe
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After Losing Lead And Rallying, Chicago White Sox Outlast Toronto Blue Jays In 12 Innings For ‘A Very Special Win’
A brilliant outing by Chicago White Sox starter Dylan Cease went to waste Tuesday when the bullpen coughed up a late lead, but the Sox rallied three times for a 7-6, 12-inning victory over the Toronto Blue Jays. After being no-hit by Cease through fi
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Commentary: What A Trip To The Airport Revealed About Masking Among Air Travelers
Back in November, I collected some data during a flight delay at a Chicago-area airport and found that the majority of travelers (85% to 90%) were adhering to the federal transportation mask mandate in place at the time. When the mandate ended in Apr
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Meet Adrian Matejka, The First Black Editor To Lead Poetry Magazine In Its 110-year History
CHICAGO — Adrian Matejka, Indiana’s poet laureate from 2018-2019, is still trying to figure out Chicago’s bus system. He laughs about missing his bus heading to the Poetry Foundation on Superior Street because a new neighbor recognized him and said,
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Tony La Russa Responds To Unsolicited Advice From White Sox Fans: ‘I Didn’t Think They Liked Walks’
CHICAGO — With runners on second and third and two outs in the top of the 11th inning of Tuesday night’s marathon on the South Side, the few thousand fans remaining began shouting unsolicited advice to Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa. Toronto
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