Chicago made the right choice with Lyft for bike share, and the only thing left on the table was an unworkable idea from Uber.
Letters to the Editor
After the New Zealand terror attack, the differences between Jacinda Ardern and Donald Trump could not be more stark.
Anyone shocked to read of today’s Ivy League college cheating scandal hasn’t been paying attention.
My support of strong black women for elected office is long, beginning as a member of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party.
Peoples Gas residential heating customers paid about $6 per month in 2018 to fund the company’s System Modernization Program.
I must be connected to a machine, three times a week, for sometimes as long as eight hours.
Anti-Semitic attacks and other hate crimes against minority groups are on the rise in our country.
Removing the pension limitation in the state constitution would give the state the freedom to seek pension cost savings.
If Illinois legalizes recreational pot, all past marijuana convictions must be expunged, except where massive quantities are concerned.
Each grad headed to college must have a solid foundation in math and science. A STEM or medical-type degree is a plus in the jobs market.
For someone who didn’t plead guilty to anything, Aaron Schock sure admitted to a whole lot of illegal activity.
I made comments on social media about the shooting and the need to address trauma and the underlying causes of gun violence. Some responses were vile.