BROWN: Harreld “Kip” Kirkpatrick III’s account raised questions about the “blind trust” arrangement in which Rauner says he placed his vast wealth.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth is due with her second child, another girl, in late April, Washington Bureau Chief Lynn Sweet writes.
Do not anger the man on the throne and provoke a tweeter tantrum. Simply shout, as loud as you can, “dilly dilly.”
It’s an old conundrum: Does every candidate whose name appears on the ballot deserve an equal opportunity to participate in debates?
MITCHELL: His name was on my late father’s tongue whenever he pointed out what a “Negro” could achieve — despite Jim Crow.
The “In the Fade” star spent a single day in town years ago, but it left her with a strong desire to return — when it’s warmer.
The way Hendricks sees it, the biggest addition to the Cubs’ 2018 rotation might come via his own improvement. How does 20 wins and 200 innings sound?
The bigger problem for McCarthy’s mayoral bid may be his ties to President Donald Trump, who once called McCarthy a “phenomenal guy.”
LYNN SWEET: The 2018 marches came on Trump’s first anniversary in office, hours after the start of a federal government shutdown.
SNEED: Judge George N. Leighton, a World War II veteran, wants to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
Sen. Donne Trotter has been a darned good legislator and I think he’s a good person. I’m going to miss him.
If Dr. King stood at the corner of Emmitt Till Road and King Drive, would he see the fruit of the Civil Rights movement’s blood and sacrifice?
BROWN: A Pritzker spokeswoman immediately questioned whether Kennedy was endorsing Rauner.
Family of slain Little Village woman has gotten donations from many. But they need more of us to show they care.
SWEET: When Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., was asked about the lasting impact of the 2017 women’s march, she said, “People got used to showing up.”