The CIA evidence that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered a journalist’s murder is substantial, but Trump won’t accept it or act on it.
Letters to the Editor
The Illinois General Assembly voted, over opposition by Citizens Utility Board, to give AT&T the right to end landline phone service in Illinois.
With job training and more affordable housing, we can alleviate the burden of poverty and turn the news headlines from “Hope Lost” to “Hope Found.”
Plastic straws are only the tip of the iceberg. All single-use plastics are an environmental problem, and City Council should consider banning them.
We have seen a continuous underfunding of our region’s transit infrastructure for years.
The issue of ethylene oxide — a chemical used to sterilize medical equipment and produce products used in your home or vehicle — has two sides.
The operators were disciplined appropriately.
The appointment of Whitaker as acting attorney general is a violation of the Federal Vacancies Reform Act of 1998.
Private gun ownership and 21st Century life are simply too dangerous a combination to mix. Safety cannot be assured by superficial gun laws.
Judicial candidates and judges up for retention should be chosen in a separate judicial election without any political party identification.
Illinoisians are leaving the state in droves. A progressive income tax will only serve to expedite the process.
Cities can manage these changes and create more order on the streets by giving different travel modes their own spaces.
Their legislative record suggests that Republicans will continue to try to destroy Americans’ access to health care.
I urge Target to work with the community, property owners, and city and county officials to explore how to keep these locations open and viable.
If such spending postpones or cancels other city projects, so be it.