The trial of President Donald Trump’s onetime campaign chairman will open this week. What’s likely to be missing: mention of Russia.
On The Beat: What exactly is the Blackhawks' plan moving forward?
On the Beat: Silly season has begun, and the Blackhawks are poised to act
‘Zebra Sisters’ discuss Roseanne's 'bad joke' and social media etiquette
'Zebra Sisters' discuss famous interracial relationships and Ida B. Wells
This week's topics include President Trump's posthumous pardon of African American boxer Jack Johnson and the Royal Wedding of England's Prince Harry.
This week's topics include President Trump's posthumous pardon of African American boxer Jack Johnson and the Royal Wedding of England's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Mark Lazerus and Tracey Myers discuss the Blackhawks’ so-far underwhelming offseason and answer listener questions.
The Blackhawks have cap space to work with and holes on defense and in goal, but how aggressive will they be in the trade market?
MITCHELL: So can you get a presidential pardon or commutation these days without a celebrity in your corner? Maybe more celebrities should speak up.
This week’s topics include President Trump’s posthumous pardon of African American boxer Jack Johnson and the Royal Wedding of England’s Prince Harry.
In the latest episode of “Zebra Sisters,” the hosts discuss the disturbing gap between white and black home ownership.
Hawks beat writer Mark Lazerus and high school sports reporter Michael O’Brien join Rick Telander for a fun podcast this week.
Mary and Leslie are joined by diversity and exclusion expert Julie Heard, who explains how to break away from stereotyping and racial profiling.
Bulls writer Joe Cowley joins the newest The Two Ricks: Unfiltered to discuss the 2018 NBA Draft Lottery results.
The hosts discuss Kesiena Boom’s “100 Ways White People Can Make Life Less Frustrating for People of Color.”
In a special episode of “The Two Ricks: Unfiltered,” we go live from Wrigley Field with Gordon Wittenmeyer and Steve Greenberg to discuss Cubs-Sox.
Are they a veteran team about to break out? Or a disappointment, lacking discipline? Answering yes to both questions would sum things up perfectly.
MITCHELL: Emilio Pledger, 14, called his ejection from the Mag Mile “messed up,” but said he was used to it.
Hosts Mary Mitchell and Leslie Baldacci explore how racial bias and stereotypes can be overcome through diverse neighbors and interracial friendships.