The Affordable Care Act, which would not take effect till January 2014, was intended to prevent tragedies like Ed’s.
McCain isn’t perfect. Being a politician, he has compromised and trimmed many times. But his courage and dignity are magnificent things to behold.
We do not need to add extra costs with morally controversial initiatives at a time when our state struggles with a severe debt crisis.
A reversal of the 2015 Clean Water Rule puts waterways — and wildlife habitats — at risk of pollution, degradation and destruction.
OPINION: The Welcoming City ordinance that is supposed to keep immigrants safe is filled with loopholes.
President Trump and other Republicans want to make it easier for the wealthy to pass their fortunes to their children, tax-free.
Humor gives us the courage to endure that which we cannot understand or avoid.
The right to vote is central to the legitimacy of any democracy.
When I saw my old friend, the moon, I knew that the new school year had begun, that there would be new books to read, ideas to consider.
In the vernacular of our old neighborhoods — you’re outta line. Way outta line.
Chicago is at a “Trumpian” moment in which a black-brown divide could morph into a black-brown coalition.
Hillary Clinton’s “What Happened” reads like a therapy session in which the losing presidential candidate works through the five stages of grief.
Widening roads to relieve traffic congestion is like loosening your belt to accommodate weight gain without changing your diet. The relief won’t last.
All the anti-Clinton efforts blamed on Russia amount to attempts at persuasion, as opposed to interference in the casting and counting of votes.
Surely we can agree to take the actions needed to protect ourselves as much as possible from the coming disasters.