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The other day at lunch, two Chicago police detectives, Bill Sullivan and Michele Moore-Grose, were talking with me about the murder cases they've been working and the young people shot dead. They brought up a movie to explain what they see in Chicago....
Tribune reporterA Cook County judge presiding over a criminal case stemming from last year’s NATO summit in Chicago ruled today that the state's terrorism law is constitutional. Judge Thaddeus Wilson said the legislature enacted the anti-terrorism statute in the...
Calling someone a "perfect homicide victim" sounds terribly callous. But it explains the political/media liturgy that we all know so well. By a perfect victim, I mean one who is innocent, photogenic and never arrested, with a bright future. The...
Tags: Peanuts, South Chicago, Michelle Obama, Hadiya Pendleton, Murder
Baron Banks wasn't in Washington to witness President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech on Tuesday. "No," he told me. "Nobody gave me a call." So he wasn't in the first lady's box as the president somberly acknowledged the families that lost...
WASHINGTON -- South Dakota bison will be on the menu when congressional leaders entertain President Barack Obama and his family at a post-inaugural luncheon on Jan. 21. They will be served a farm-to-table menu celebrating the inaugural theme, "Faith in...
As Cook County officials scramble to find ways to raise money — taxing guns, gambling machines and cigarettes — they have been unable to bring burdensome overtime costs under control. County officials for years have promised to rein in...
The city of Chicago last week bought the 2.7-mile-long elevated Canadian Pacific Railway spur known as the Bloomingdale Trail. The sales price was $1, not including administrative fees. By the time the spur's makeover into a bike and running path is...
Change of SubjectMake your predictions for 2013 by filling out the Change of Subject online survey A year ago, I didn’t predict that a book about predictions, “The Signal and the Noise,” would be one of the top selling non-fiction titles of......
Tribune reporterAmy Rule sat among a roomful of high school seniors, participating in a lesson on personal finances. Students passed around a coin while reciting some common money sayings and myths. Chicago’s first lady offered, “Money grows on trees,&...
One year ago, I didn't predict that a book about predictions, "The Signal and the Noise," would be one of the top-selling nonfiction titles of 2012 or that its author, former Chicagoan Nate Silver, would become a cultural icon whose name is synonymous...
Tags: Republican Party, U.S. Senate, Garry McCarthy, Politics, G8
TribLocal - Tinley Park » NewsThe NATO summit at McCormick Place cost Metra $800,000 in lost revenue from customers who stayed away and extra security expenses like bomb-sniffing dogs, the …...
President Barack Obama plans to hold his election-night rally at Chicago's McCormick Place convention center, a move aimed at easing concerns over weather and security, sources with knowledge of the event said Wednesday. Given the indoor location, the...
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