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Sun-Times Editorial Board
Big social media platforms have made it too easy for employers to discriminate by gender or age when they are hiring.
A short delay in confirming Kavanaugh’s nomination is a small price to pay for justice and honor.
The legacy of Jon Burge, we would hope, is that our city will never stop watching, our eyes now wide open, or stop caring.
They are running to be the top lawyer for Illinois, yet they are broadcasting campaign ads that wouldn’t pass the smell test with a good jury.
Republican nominee Erika Harold, Democrat nominee Kwame Raoul and Libertarian Bubba Harsy are seeking your vote to be the next Illinois AG.
Volkswagen announced recently that it will quit making the Beetle next year, shutting down production of a car that became a counterculture icon.
The Trump White House, in the figure of Donald Jr., wasted no time in trashing the woman. Other rip artists are sure to follow.
Beef up guidelines to meet recommendations of the U.S. Justice and Education departments.
Hang your argument on a single anecdote, and you can defend almost anything.
Restoring a landmark theater in an impoverished neighborhood is no small task. It will take leadership — the kind you might expect from an alderman.
Grey markets such as this will thrive as long as the cost of drugs and pharmaceutical supplies remain prohibitively high for millions of Americans.
Any manufacturer that won’t outline concrete steps to keep its product out of the hands of kids has no business making a profit from those products.
Trump on Twitter on Monday bragged about his response to Maria. It was, he said, “an incredible, unsung success.” Fantasies often do go unsung.
When a semi-truck smashes straight into a suburban apartment building, it’s time to get serious about making big trucks safer.