Warren and Sanders are doing well because they have captured the hearts of the left. But to win the nomination, one of them has to go.
Chicago Public Schools need more strategies that don’t rely on handcuffs, Tasers and arrests to manage student misbehavior.
Police are paid by the taxpayers to protect the public and uphold the law.
The drama about the wrongfully convicted men has been Netflix’s most-watched series since its May 31 premiere, and deservedly so.
In 2002, about 23 percent of high school students chose out-of-state colleges. By 2017, that was up to almost 50 percent.
No one should try to gain political advantage by looking the other way when hostile powers try to undermine American independence by tilting our electoral playing field.
Discrediting high standards as tools of oppression can be crippling
Many Chicagoans believe the whole system is nothing but a money grab aimed at the wallets of people who can least afford to pay.
Some of these bills have been in the works for years. Others have emerged more recently as President Trump has ratcheted up anti-immigrant fervor.
Trump should practice what he preaches before going after others, especially low-income families who don’t have powerful friends to protect them.
In Chicago on Wednesday, Bullock, the Montana governor, said not making the cut for the first presidential debate was just a "bump."
It was discouraging to see many Republican leaders not only vote for these tax increases, but then promote false narratives perpetuated by the tax-and-spend Democrats to excuse their votes.
No matter where the casino is located in the city, we want a a business that doesn’t take advantage of the sick, the addicted or the confused.
A state that is shackled by unfunded pension debt has no business adding to it unless it simultaneously comes up with new revenue to pay for the increased benefits.
The president screams that the press is the enemy of the people. Then he looks right into a reporter’s eyes and says he believes North Korean or Russian propaganda.
As low-income families are forced by gentrification to move into neighborhoods already saturated with low-income residents, we will continue to feed they cycle of segregation.
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Students in other school districts get three more weeks to prep for high-stakes tests like the SAT.
Fricilone could prevent a repeat of 2018, when an admitted Holocaust denier, anti-Semite and white supremacist was the Republican 3rd District nominee.
It’s no surprise the Cubs hosted a fundraiser for Trump’s reelection this weekend, proving the Ricketts family’s intention to leverage the Cubs to further political causes.
In 1989, former Cook County assistant state’s attorney, Jim Gierach, publicly advocated the legalization of marijuana.
Uber or American Taxi? That depends on how quickly you want dystopia upon us.
When a mayor repeats a rumor, it gains credibility. Why else would the mayor pass it along? It bounces all over town like a pinball, regardless of any disclaimers.
Lightfoot to continue to defend city in Obama Presidential Center legal fight while still pressing for benefits deal
The oral arguments coming up so soon in Lightfoot’s tenure highlights the complex road ahead for her if she intends to make good on her pledge to negotiate a community benefits agreement with the Obama Presidential Foundation.
The court’s ruling should send a message to the gun lobby and its shills in government that it’s time to end assaults on gun silencer regulations.
Chicago’s proximity to Iowa — and deep bench of Democratic donors — make the city a must stop when the glut of 2020 contenders are coming or going to the Hawkeye state.
Congressman tries to mend fences with newly-minted mayor.
By joining California and other states, Illinois can help tilt any final federal agreement on auto emissions toward one that does the most to limit climate change.
This is not a question of whether the president is fit for office — he is not. This is not a question of whether the president has abused his power — he clearly has.