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Rep. Marie Newman’s First Week on the Job
News & Politics

Valerie Jarrett on Why the Obamas Hate Suck-Ups

The former Obama senior adviser, 64, on her globetrotting youth, old boss, and White House joys Read more
The Chicago Mercantile Exchange is now hedging bets on California’s dwindling supply of H2O. Is that as sinister as it sounds? Read more
Chicago’s response rate in the 2020 census was decent — except among the people who would benefit the most from a full count. Read more

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Chicago’s response rate in the 2020 census was decent — except among the people who would benefit the most from a full count. Read more
The representative from LaGrange was sworn in three days before a mob swarmed the Capitol. Here, she recounts her first days in DC. Read more
Only two of our 17 representatives voted against confirming Biden’s electoral votes, but the move sent shockwaves through the state congressional delegation — and its GOP. Read more
Our city became a metropolis by gobbling up smaller suburbs we now know as neighborhoods. Then, in the 1960s, it stopped. Read more
The 150-acre burial ground has served the South Side for over a century. Now, amid a devastating COVID-19 surge and a racially charged clash over funeral processions, it’s become a lightning rod. Read more