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When It’s Bad to Be a Transit Hub

Chicago’s central location is the reason it became a great city. But with travel at a standstill, we’re uniquely vulnerable to COVID’s economic fallout.

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Video: How Laura Ricketts Found Her Power

Chicago Editor in Chief Susanna Homan interviews the Chicago Cubs co-owner, No. 9 on our list of the city’s most powerful women. See the entire ranking here.

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The Death of a Scapegoat

The 1992 Loop flood cost John LaPlante his job. The COVID-19 crisis cost him his life.

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Happy 40th Birthday to the Word “Yuppie”

Four decades ago, as Chicago was transitioning from blue collar to white collar, the media trumpeted the influx of young urban professionals to the city. In a May 1980 Chicago article, Dan Rottenberg was the first to dub them “yuppies” in print.

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Actually, Trump Should Bail Out Illinois

The president doesn’t want coronavirus relief going to “poorly run” states like Illinois. In fact, we pay the federal government far more than we receive.

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