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  • Obama says he's 'absolutely convinced' Illinois should legalize gay-marriage

     
    At nearly the last hour, President Barack Obama last night issued a strong endorsement to legislation in Illinois that would legalize same-sex marriage. In a speech at a private fundraiser last night in Chicago, Obama said: Here in Illinois, we've......
  • Disrespecting the Chicago Sky

     
    From today's Chicago Sun-Times: For those not up on their marginally popular local professional sports, the Chicago Fire is the men's Major League Soccer team....
  • They cannot stand Pat. But right's move to oust state GOP chair doomed to backfire

     
    Here's guessing that when the state's top Democrats gather these days, they're superstitiously avoiding mention of the coup attempt brewing in the Illinois GOP. Goodness knows they don't want to jinx it. The Illinois Republican State Central Committee has...
  • Sad, ominous news: Sun-Times lays off entire photo staff

     
    Robert Channick reports: The Chicago Sun-Times has laid off its entire photography staff, and plans to use freelance photographers going forward, the newspaper said. About 20 full-times staffers received the news Thursday morning Though we compete with...
  • Pictures in the news | June 6, 2013

     
    In Thursday's Pictures in the News: — D-Day remembrances of the 69th anniversary of Normandy invasion in WWII. Archive photos from the landings — Compton mayoral candidate Aja Brown celebrates at her victory party in Compton. — Grower...
  • Sun-Times cover... racist? Really?

     
    By Jessica Reynolds The Chicago Sun-Times is taking flak for its Sunday cover about the Asiana Airlines crash. The front page headline read "FRIGHT 214," which — I assume — was intended to be a play on the doomed flight's......
  • Citizen to the rescue!

     
    Feel-good local tale, new state gun law and Florida tragedy share a common theme Wednesday's print column Gary Dailey is a hero. Full stop. You can say he acted rashly, even a bit recklessly on the night of July 4......
  • Greg Burns

    Greg Burns
    As a little kid, I used to say I wanted to be a chef, surgeon or professional dancer, but that was before Watergate. During the summer of '73, Mr. "B," a lifeguard at the beach where I hung out, would sneak into the parking lot and listen to the...
  • FBI reopens 1964 baby kidnapping case after DNA testing

    FBI reopens 1964 baby kidnapping case after DNA testing
    The FBI said it is reopening its investigation into the 1964 kidnapping of a newborn boy from a Chicago hospital, after recent DNA testing revealed that a boy found in New Jersey more than a year later and returned to the elated parents wasn't actually...
  • Media columnist Robert Feder partners with Tribune

    Media columnist Robert Feder partners with Tribune
    Longtime Chicago media columnist Robert Feder is launching a standalone media blog next month through a partnership with the Chicago Tribune.  The editorially independent Web site, RobertFeder.com, will be owned by Feder, but licensed and marketed by...
  • Protesters target Sun-Times over photographer layoffs

    Protesters target Sun-Times over photographer layoffs
    Protesters targeted the Chicago Sun-Times today after the newspaper laid off its entire staff of photographers. The newspaper announced last week it had laid off all of its 28 full-time still photographers. The Chicago Newspaper Guild has asked the...