It’s not “domestic-related.” It is not an “incident.” It is violence. And it’s the most frightening kind, perpetrated by someone who supposedly cares.
The way Oak Park River Forest High School reacted to a student’s racist post made it hard for the community to discuss the important issue of racism.
Last Friday night in Rogers Park, the gun did its job when a stray bullet fired by someone in a dark-colored SUV killed a 64-year-old schoolteacher.
The best thing about October is that information about breast cancer is in your face. That’s sort of what Outcome Health is trying to do.
I have to give Mike Ditka credit for one thing. He is what he is — a white man who is blind to the plight of people of color in this country.
Mary Mitchell has a lot on her mind: Harvey Weinstein, Kenneka Jenkins, Jemele Hill and “Blade Runner 2049.”
MITCHELL: Another detainee has died at the Cook County Jail. Though “foul play is not suspected,” it’s the 17th death there since Jan. 1, 2016.
When representatives of the Illinois Housing Development Authority learned about Sinclair’s situation, they jumped in.
Stephen Craig Paddock may not fit the profile of a terrorist, but he acted like one. That makes this the scariest mass shooting thus far.
Third World Press Foundation has published hundreds of titles by black writers, the first African American to win a Pulitzer, Gwendolyn Brooks.
Millions of people living in Puerto Rico survived the hellish storm but now they’re in the dark and cut off from most of the world.
Not surprisingly, the popular police blog Second City Cop called on the police department to reprimand the officers.
Black Americans who dared speak out about racial injustice were lynched, fired from jobs and their homes were bombed.
“We know a group of kids are disengaging the bikes. We also know that there are people shaking the bikes loose,” Qaedah Muhammad said.
But these young activists have shown that they can organize the numbers needed to bring attention to their cause in a matter of hours.