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  1. Reporter alleges Montana GOP hopeful Greg Gianforte body-slammed him

    The Gianforte campaign blamed the incident on the reporter, contending that he "aggressively shoved a recorder in Greg's face . .…
  2. Armed robberies reported in Lincoln Park

    Police are warning residents about a series of armed robberies this week in the North Side Lincoln Park…
  3. Attorneys: Ex-House speaker Dennis Hastert seeks lawsuit settlement

    Hastert, 75, is serving a 15-month sentence for violating bank withdrawal reporting requirements. He is due for parole in…
  4. Chris Sale’s strikeout streak comes to an end

    Sale struck out six, falling short in his attempt to become the first pitcher to strike out at least 10 batters in nine consecutive…
  5. Woman killed, man wounded in Schiller Park shooting

    A 53-year-old woman was killed and a man was wounded in a shooting Wednesday morning in northwest suburban Schiller…
  6. Fall trial will decide if ex-priest can be committed for sexual abuse

    McCormack has been at a Department of Health institution in downstate Rushville after his release from prison on a 5-year sentence for fondling 5…
  7. CPS board approves big new borrowing, new chief of purchasing

    Chicago Board of Education unanimously OK'd hundreds of millions of new CPS borrowing — and a new procurement chief at $20K more than the former c…
  8. As Helen Mirren is honored in Chicago, her thoughts are of Manchester

    "People from Manchester are extraordinarily resilient and are a strong people," the actress tells Bill Zwecker. "This is a city that won't be…
  9. Readers weigh in on ‘the truth’ about Jefferson Park apartment plan

    Brown: A number of readers wanted to set me straight regarding my column about an apartment building proposed for the Jefferson Park…
  10. Rules outlined for public participation at City Council meetings

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel's allies on Wednesday spelled out the rules that will govern public participation at City Council…
  11. Trump-Ryan health care bill creates 23 million losers

    EDITORIAL: An Obamacare replacement plan that we already knew was bad for Illinois because of brutal cuts to Medicaid is looking worse than…
  12. Metra eyes more Electric Line trains to Hyde Park in proposed schedule

    The new schedule, which wouldn't affect ticket prices, could be finalized and implemented by late…
  13. Exclusive: Drone on County Jail grounds could be ‘trending problem’

    Michael Sneed: A drone was found on the property of Cook County Jail, sparking safety concerns for the second time in three…
  14. Trump budget faces Dem opposition, GOP doubts about math

    A day after the budget's release, a handful of senior administration officials fanned out on Capitol Hill, facing tough questions from…
  15. Criminalizing marijuana exacts stiff penalties on Illinois

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: The vast majority of cannabis users are not criminals in any sense other than their possession of…
  16. Delle Donne plays through nerves, leads Mystics past her former team

    After four years with the Sky, Delle Donne returns and scores 21 points and grabs eight rebounds in her first meeting against her former…
  17. Gather the facts before jumping to conclusions on Trump and Russia

    It's not enough to judge. The public must be convinced the judgment is…
  18. House GOP health care bill projection: 23 million more uninsured

    The GOP bill would lower average premiums, but in part that would be because coverage would typically be…
  19. Chicago is ‘perfect’ setting for Hamilton’s Nick Mason crime novels

    For crime novelist Steve Hamilton, Chicago's gritty nature seemed the perfect setting for his Nick Mason books, including his latest, "Exit…
  20. Two men killed in head-on crash near Huntley

    Two men were killed in a head-on crash early Wednesday near northwest suburban…