1. The Power 50
Rahm falls to second. There’s a new boss in town. Chicago magazine ranks the players.
Can patient records find harmful interactions before patients report them? The Tribune teams up with Columbia University scientists to find out.
“He was ruined at a very young age.” The Better Government Association digs through the late teen’s history.
Growing up on the South Side in a largely Mexican-American neighborhood, she first got interested in politics through immigration. Refinery29 talks to the activist.
Why was CPD officer Dante Servin never deposed? The Sun-Times investigates.
How history connects the two young men over the generations. Isabel Wilkerson explains in the New York Times.
How (and why) the ice on the river gets broken up, for safety’s sake. WBEZ explore the mystery.
The conflict between the two has shaped its history, and how insiders and outsiders define our region. The Reader tackles the category.
It takes a village (and many, many years). BloombergBusiness follows the money.
The state is losing population, but where are people leaving from, and why? Chicago magazine runs the numbers.