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Black Panther documentary arrives in wake of Beyonce's Super Bowl show

"For its Chicago chapters alone, culminating in the FBI- and Chicago Police Department-planned murder of 21-year-old Illinois Black Panther Party chairman Fred Hampton, (director Stanley) Nelson's film is well worth seeing," Tribune film critic Michael Phillips wrote of the documentary "The Black...

Banking and finance roundup

23 hours agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

The business model of Wall Street is fraud” line is, well, vintage B.S. (that’s Bernie Sanders to you) [Steve Chapman/Chicago Tribune, Bret Stephens/WSJ; Auto lender shakedowns by Obama CFPB and DoJ continue, latest is Toyota for $21.9...Show More Summary

Bernie Sanders' fraudulent Wall Street claims

When I started working at the Chicago Tribune many years ago, I checked a box on some company form that allocated a percentage of each paycheck to a 401(k) retirement account. Pay period after pay period, year after year, the money has automatically been invested in various ways at my direction,...

Obama returns to unite a 'House Divided' in Springfield

The weather was intensely hot and the Hall crowded almost to suffocation. - Chicago Tribune, June 17, 1858 President Barack Obama will find very different weather conditions awaiting him Wednesday in Springfield when he rises to address the Illinois General Assembly, than a lawyer named Abraham...

Chicago Woman Faces Mandatory 6 Years in Prison for Kicking Sheriff’s Deputy’s Shin

A West Side Chicago woman is facing a mandatory six years in prison for kicking a sheriff's deputy in the shin, the Chicago Tribune reports.

After election rescue, African-American voters sour on Emanuel

African-American voters helped rescue Rahm Emanuel's re-election bid last year, but now that same group is among the most dissatisfied with the mayor, a comprehensive review of the results of the latest Chicago Tribune polling reveals. Last April, Emanuel got nearly 60 percent of the vote in the...

After election rescue, African-American voters sour on Emanuel

African-American voters helped rescue Rahm Emanuel's re-election bid last year, but now that same group is among the most dissatisfied with the mayor, a comprehensive review of the results of the latest Chicago Tribune polling reveals. Last April, Emanuel got nearly 60 percent of the vote in the...

Roundup: Cam Newton's Most Controversial Moment Yet, Friends Reunion, TMI Jay Glazer

6 days agoSports : The Big Lead

Chicago Sun-Times owner is now top shareholder of the Chicago Tribune … Rare sighting of America’s sole wild jaguar … Does (...)

Chicago Tribune Reviews Incidents of Travel in Poetry

That’s right, Frank Lima’s new and selected works is now in the world thanks to Garrett Caples and Julien Poirier’s editorial care and insight. At Chicago Tribune Jake Marmer gives readers a preview of what’s to come: The story goes that when an older poet at Columbia University’s MFA program recommended his students seek out […]

Tribune Publishing's top shareholder is now Michael Ferro, owner of Chicago Sun-Times

Michael Ferro, majority owner of the Chicago Sun-Times, has become the largest shareholder in Chicago-based Tribune Publishing, parent company of the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and other major daily newspapers. Tribune Publishing sold more than 5.2 million shares of newly issued common...

Chicago entrepreneur buys a large stake in L.A. Times owner

Chicago entrepreneur Michael Ferro is investing $44.4 million in Los Angeles Times owner Tribune Publishing Co., making him the company’s largest shareholder and infusing cash that could bolster a planned bid for the Orange County Register. Ferro, through his firm Merrick Media, bought 5.22 million...

Teachers union has triple the public support of Emanuel

Three times as many Chicagoans side with the teachers union as with Mayor Rahm Emanuel on how to improve public schools at a time when the two sides remain locked in contentious contract negotiations, a Chicago Tribune poll has found. The survey also found that Emanuel's approval rating on education...

Pau Gasol Injury: Updates on Bulls Forward's Hand and Return

The injury-riddled Chicago Bulls took another hit Wednesday when Pau Gasol suffered a hand injury against the Sacramento Kings. Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune noted X-rays were negative and passed along a quote from the big man: " It's pretty sore right now." Kuc's update also said Gasol hopes to play Friday against the Denver Nuggets. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

Majority of Chicago's cops (and residents) are paying for the bad actions of a few

It’s looking like “less is more,” and “smaller is bigger in Chicago.”  Meaning, of the city’s 12,000 cops, less than 150 appear to be misconduct repeat offenders, costing the city $34 million in settlements. The Chicago Tribune says that’s what it found when it looked at the more than 1,100 cases the city has settled since 2009. Show More Summary

Alvarez with edge despite voter unhappiness with her, Tribune poll finds

Despite widespread dissatisfaction over her job performance and handling of the Laquan McDonald shooting, Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez still holds an edge against her two Democratic challengers, a new Chicago Tribune poll shows. Still, the survey found a sizable number of undecided...

Big Majority Think Emanuel Is Lying

A new Chicago Tribune poll found that 83% of Chicagoans don’t believe Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D) is telling them the truth about what he knew about the Laquan McDonald shooting. In addition, 59% of city residents say Emanuel is not [......

NFL Reports 4-Year High in Concussions in 2015: Latest Details and Reaction

NFL concussions reached a new four-year high in 2015, according to preseason and regular season injury data the league released Friday. Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune noted the total number of concussions increased from 206 in 2014 to 271 the following season. Show More Summary

Jim McMahon quit taking painkiller pills and is now an advocate for medical marijuana

Over a 15-year NFL career, Jim McMahon took his share of lumps, and he now has the chronic pain to prove it. In addition to the usual aches, the 56-year-old former Bears quarterback suffers from (according to the Chicago Tribune) early-onset dementia, severe headaches, depression, memory loss, and vision and speech problems. To combat the pain, […]

Rauner is no friend to working families

In a Thursday editorial, the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board called out the organization I lead — the Illinois Federation of Teachers — for criticizing Gov. Bruce Rauner's State of the State address. The editorial seemed to argue that we should simply go along with the governor because the taxpayers...

A violent January in Chicago: 45 murders and counting

Chicago has begun the year with the most murders since 2002, according to data compiled by the Tribune and the Chicago Police Department.With the fatal beating of a student Thursday on the campus of the Illinois Institute of Technology, the city has seen at least 47 violent deaths so far this month,...

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