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Mary Mitchell is a columnist at the Chicago Sun-Times.

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A word about the word too many of us are afraid to say

Hospice care is a necessary part of life

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R. Kelly finalmente condenado por delitos sexuales contra menores

Kelly tenía un círculo de facilitadores que le ayudaban a tener acceso a chicas menores de edad para mantener relaciones sexuales.

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Robert Sylvester Kelly finally convicted of sex crimes against minors

R. Kelly’s conviction may mean peace for sexual abuse victims.

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How Haitian migrants were treated by the Border Patrol was just plain wrong

What happened in the small town of Del Rio, Texas, only reinforces the perception that our nation’s immigration policies discriminate against Black and Brown people.

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9/11 is more than just a day to remember all of the victims of that awful day

What’s changed in America in the 20 years since Sept. 11, 2001? Have we really grown as a nation since the terrorist attacks? And what do we need to do so we can?

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Hit-and-run crashes are making crossing our streets a dangerous mission

Police have their hands full but must come up with ways to keep victims updated.

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Maybe fighting crime in Chicago is a job for RoboCop. No, really.

With crime out of hand, plus more cops being charged with misconduct for arrests, maybe that’s what we need.

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River North late-night beatdown a hate crime? It’s complicated

Two white men brutally beaten and robbed in River North raises concerns about hate crimes.

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Al Capone’s auction obscene, minimizes the harm he caused victims

Our fascination with mobsters whitewashes their crimes.

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Timeshare blues in the age of COVID-19, when the coronavirus keeps you from using yours

Getting into a timeshare in the Bahamas was easy. But getting out because you’re never able to get there turns out to be not so easy.