In the latest episode of Halas Intrigue, the Chicago Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley looks at four things the Bears can exploit Sunday against the Jaguars:
The president’s appearance on the picket line, a first for a sitting president, was the most significant demonstration of his pro-union bona fides, a record that includes vocal support for unionization efforts at Amazon.com facilities and executive actions that promoted worker organizing.
Mexican Independence Day celebrations offer a glimpse of the size and growth of the community in the Chicago area.
While Texans fans can dare to dream with Stroud showing early flashes — 280 passing yards and a 118.7 rating in an upset of the Jaguars — Bears fans are left with an age-old lament: Why is developing a quarterback at Halas Hall always like pulling teeth?
The complaint is the result of a years-long investigation into Amazon’s businesses and one of the most significant legal challenges brought against the company in its nearly 30-year history.