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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Chicago Sun-Times
The Chicago Sun-Times is an American daily newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois. It is the flagship paper of the Sun-Times Media Group. - Source: Wikipedia
March 8, 2014
A Chicago teenager is being held on $2 million bond after being accused in last month's shooting death of a taxi cab driver.
Tens of thousands of dollars earmarked for a Chicago anti-violence program that was launched by Gov. Pat Quinn in 2010- and has recently come under scrutiny - was paid to the husband of Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn's re-election campaign is getting an out-of-state boost.
Cardinal Francis George says he feels a "little bit lightheaded" and a little unsteady on his feet but otherwise OK after his first treatment in a new round of chemotherapy.
The president of Chicago State University is taking a big pay cut to comply with a new state law aimed at reducing Illinois' massive pension shortfall.
The sponsor of a measure to ban Chicago retailers from putting merchandise in plastic bags says he has the votes to get it approved by the city council and "it's time to move."
A prominent Christian evangelist known for promoting a Bible-based home school curriculum has resigned from the Illinois-based organization he led following allegations of sexual harassment.
A 17-year-old Chicago high school student has been struck by a commuter train and killed on the city's Northwest Side as he made his way to school.
Pet stores in Chicago will be barred from selling dogs, cats and rabbits unless the animals come from shelters.
A union-backed group is spending more than $700,000 to promote state Sen. Kirk Dillard in the Republican primary for Illinois governor.
A judge has refused to formally declare a Chicago man innocent of the 1984 killing of two rival gang members even though the former death row inmate was acquitted in a retrial.
Several Chicago aldermen are proposing an ordinance that would require employers in the city to provide paid sick days for their workers.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is exploring whether to add thousands of seats to Soldier Field.
Operators of so-called puppy mills can no longer do business in Chicago.