The juror cried, but so did a hardened police investigator, and so should we all.
Nobody ever said Trump wasn’t a cunning bully.
George Wallace’s young grandson turned to his mother and asked, “Why did Paw Paw do those things to other people?”
Trump’s decision says to the Palestinians that the state of Israel is a sovereign nation and should control where their own capital is.
You still hear the finest music at that McDonald’s that can evoke memories of a simpler time when musical quality was at its peak.
Less obvious a problem, though, than the odious detritus of the failed Moore campaign, is the great lie that Republicans told voters.
The Sun-Times goes back a long ways, but our DNA remains the same. It’s the DNA of Chicago.
A “regular person” would never get away with shooting an unarmed man who was crawling on the floor, sobbing and begging for his life.
I fail to understand why there is not a task force and a real plan of action to stop what has violent crime all over Chicago area.
The “powerful evidence” in the case of the so-called Englewood Four case isn’t where the Chicago’s major police union thinks it is.
Though there have been more than 600 homicides this year, yet only 17 percent have been solved.
We must decide whether we believe access to affordable health care is a universal right. And then we must fight for that position.
SLAPP lawsuits are brought by big corporations to censor, intimidate and silence critics.
If calls for Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios’ resignation shine much-needed light on the murky ways his office operates, we are all for it.
Somebody on the school board should owe the mayor nothing.