Here are 14 mayoral candidates’ responses to our question about Ald. Ed Burke’s long-time control of the city’s workers’ compensation program.
African-American women experience “intimate partner violence” at a rate 35 percent higher than white women, according to Justice Bureau statistics.
We’ve seen a big push over the past few weeks for an Arizona-style pension “fix” here.
Dear Sir, I probably “always sound so angry” to you precisely because you don’t, and
won’t, see me.
We don’t want to sacrifice the health, welfare and safety of our students for more revenue.
At least 10 of the 21 candidates for mayor tell us that it’s way past time Burke was stripped of a big source of his political power.
The idea of a Southeast Side casino is clearly an opportunity. But it must be done right, with proper planning and community backing.
The reason so many people of low character are proving problematic to this president is that he has always attracted that sort.
When working with the mentally ill, crisis stabilization units provide the police with a more effective, humane and less expensive option.
Seligson’s article describes this as a particularly “fraught” time for American men, which would probably confuse most of our fathers and grandfathers
We can’t have all tax increases going to fill an endless hole. Some pension promises were too generous and the state simply cannot afford them.
CPS’ ban on phone calls and texting eliminates a means of communication that builds healthy, education-focused connections.
No one likes tax increases. But they don’t like being stuck in traffic or waiting for trains and buses that don’t come, either.
When you are in a traumatic situation and your adrenaline is at high levels, your perception and recollection can be altered by “tunnel vision.”
We acquire more objects than we need, along with debt, and we wind up placing more trust in those objects, rather than trusting ourselves and others.