Trump’s orders will send individual health insurance costs spiraling upward. Congress should get out the tourniquet and stop the bleeding.
Trump is unnecessarily inviting a foreign policy crisis. For the safety of the nation and the world, Congress should refuse to play along.
When a big company holds out the possibility of 50,000 new jobs, it concentrate the mind. You see more clearly what kind of town you are.
It’s up to Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle to take the lead on closing the sudden $200 million hole in the county’s budget.
Trump gets up in the morning and looks for somebody to kick around. Thursday, it was Puerto Rico.
Bills can’t be paid if they are kept at state agencies instead of being forwarded in a timely manner to the comptroller’s office.
A bunch of NFL owners, most of them white men, have decided that the black men who play for them have done enough protesting.
Why should the credit bureaus get a undeserved revenue stream?
We love baseball, especially now with the Cubs back in the playoffs. But we especially love safe baseball.
Another award in the “dismal science” of economics has Chicago feeling downright chipper this week.
The only acceptable response is to resist. The only decent course for Democrats and moderate Republicans is to ignore Trump’s demands.
Cutting funding for transit won’t fix anything. If the regional economy is going to prosper, transit needs to get back on track.
Austin owes taxpayers an explanation on why she got her son a city job for which he isn’t qualified.
If allegations about Weinstein are true, he is not “an old dinosaur learning new ways.” He’s a creep.
The great majority of Republicans in Congress wouldn’t ban the sale of scud missiles at 7-Elevens if the National Rifle Association were against it.