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Hero cop married less than a year before he was slain at Mercy Hospital
A relative of the slain officer said he and his wife had been raising three children and added: “We’re all hurting because he left us."
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Michael Jordan returns home to NC, meets with hurricane victims
Walgreens, Humana discussing cross investments: WSJ
Basketball season preview; state football title picks on "Sun-Times Game Week"
The Grid: Exploring the Pilsen neighborhood
From colorful Mexican-themed murals to the smell of fresh tortillas, carnitas, coffee and pan dulce. Pilsen is a sensory overload in every way!
From colorful Mexican-themed murals to the smell of fresh tortillas, carnitas, coffee and pan dulce. Pilsen is a sensory overload in every way! Founded by Bohemians, Pilsen is now a thriving community of mostly Mexican-Americans who own welcoming restaurants and charming shops.
Why sitting QB Mitch Trubisky against the Lions makes sense for the Bears
With QB Mitch Trubisky hurt, Bears backup Chase Daniel prepared for opportunity
Cubs pitching coach Jim Hickey resigns for 'personal reasons'
Bears predictions: Week 12 at Lions on Thanksgiving
Bulls wing Denzel Valentine feels surgery will take his game to 'another level'
6 dead, 2 wounded in Monday shootings
Aurora woman charged with biting off man's ear
3 charged in pair of armed robberies at West Side cellphone stores
Man charged with bringing gun to Soldier Field during Bears, Vikings game
$1 million bond for Elgin man accused of sexually abusing kids
Mayoral debate: Preckwinkle and Mendoza tangle over crime, taxes, Joe Berrios
Given an opportunity to question another candidate, Preckwinkle and Mendoza each took direct aim at the other.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and state Comptroller Susana Mendoza wasted no time going after each other Monday night in the first mayoral candidate forum featuring the two perceived frontrunners.
Ivanka Trump used personal email for government work: report
In threat to Pelosi, 16 Dems say they'll back new leadership
The battle pits the party's largely liberal and diverse membership backing Pelosi against a small group of mostly moderate, male lawmakers.
Sixteen Democrats who've opposed Nancy Pelosi's quest to become speaker released a letter Monday saying they will vote for "new leadership" when the House picks its leaders in January, posing a threat to her effort to lead her party's House majority in the next Congress.
'Now the games begin': Five officially enter mayor’s race — 13 more to go?
The weeklong period for candidates to file the required nominating signatures to get on the Feb. 26 ballot kicked off on Monday.
Former Chicago Public Schools CEO Paul Vallas, businessman and philanthropist Willie Wilson, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, attorney Jerry Joyce and activist Catherine Brown D'Tycoon were among those who filed nominating signatures for the mayor’s race on Monday morning.
White House to restore Acosta's pass, with a warning
Reporters would be permitted one question each if called upon at news conferences and allowed follow-ups only at the discretion of the president.
The Trump administration on Monday abruptly dropped its effort to bar CNN reporter Jim Acosta from the White House, but warned he could have his credentials pulled again if he doesn't follow guidelines governing journalists' behavior.