Brown: After hours of testimony that dragged into the early evening, the Zoning Committee voted in favor of the proposal.
His campaign dismissed any speculation that his light spending reports signal a lack of commitment, insisting, “Chris is in this race to stay.”
“The Senate Democrats today jumped the shark,” Rauner spokeswoman Eleni Demertzis said in a statement.
In court, Weiner cried as he apologized to the teen with whom he exchanged sexually explicit texts: “I have a sickness, but I do not have an excuse.”
BROWN: It may be entirely legal, as both the Pritzker campaign and the Cook County Assessor’s office insist. But it shouldn’t be.
MARK BROWN: It should come as no surprise that Donald Trump’s most-committed supporters remain so four months into his presidency.
THE WATCHDOGS: J.B. Pritzker bought mansion next to his, let it fall into disrepair — then argued it was “uninhabitable” to win $230K in tax breaks.