In what other state do highway signs warn you to drive over a bridge at your own risk? We’re guessing not many.
Sun-Times Editorial Board
As Chicago nears its April 2 runoff election, residents were treated — one more time — to the spectacle of an alderman being found guilty.
Why can’t America do something like this?
Authorities trying to protect neglected children have a hard job. But laws written to protect those children should never ensnare responsible parents.
The Chicago FOP’s call for a federal probe of Foxx over the Jussie Smollett case is way over the top. Foxx screwed up, but she made amends.
This election is about one thing: Upending Chicago’s corrupt political system. On that score, only one candidate has earned your vote: Lori Lightfoot.
It happened half a world away. But the deadly mix of religious bigotry and white nationalism that struck New Zealand on Friday hit close to home.
He is relentless when it comes to advocating for middle- and working-class Chicagoans.
For good reason, the American Academy of Pediatrics doesn’t support parental notice or consent laws. The Legislature should repeal such a law here.
Hairston, the incumbent, is the right person to see through the creation of the Obama Presidential Center.
After three shady aldermen in a row, voters will turn the page to a new, better day with this runoff. Jeanette Taylor is our pick.
In this heavily gerrymandered ward, we endorse Stephanie D. Coleman with every hope she will be her own alderman and not a placeholder.
The first-term alderman can claim some success in bringing stores and a health clinic to her Northwest Side ward.
He’ll do his own thinking and won’t be a rubber stamp in the City Council.