Democrats are optimistic the Trump presidency will help them win back seats – but have a steep uphill climb ahead in 2018 and 2020.
BROWN: Pfc. Omar E. Torres’ family will host its annual memorial potluck June 4 at De La Salle Institute to raise money for scholarships.
MIHALOPOULOS: As Trump administration considers privatizing public assets, there’s proof in Chicago it’s good for private investors but not taxpayers.
Illinois lawmakers are being inundated with insults as the clock ticks toward the end of the legislative session amid the state budget impasse.
Federal prosectors announced Friday that Francisco “Smokey” Sanchez has been charged with illegal possession of a firearm by a felon.
THE WATCHDOGS: The Sun-Times finds 15 cops left the Chicago Police Department under a cloud but ended up in other police jobs, mostly in the suburbs.
SNEED: The son of Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson, who has been awaiting a kidney transplant, has been chosen to be his father’s kidney donor.