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  • University of Chicago Medicine's top official faces a challenging 2013

    University of Chicago Medicine's top official faces a challenging 2013
    Nearly every morning, before 7 a.m., Dr. Kenneth Polonsky is dropped off near the Lakefront Trail on Chicago's South Side, a few steps from Lake Michigan. He carries no briefcase, wears no suit and has no cup of coffee, the standard trappings of his...
  • New judge in trial of Daley's nephew: No conflict of interest here

    New judge in trial of Daley's nephew: No conflict of interest here
    A McHenry County judge appointed to preside over the trial of a nephew of former Mayor Richard Daley held court today for the first time in the controversial case. Judge Maureen P. McIntyre was appointed over the case of Richard Vanecko after the...
  • Savage Love: Double-Crossed

    Savage Love: Double-Crossed
    A friend of mine on the opposite coast is a crossdresser considering transitioning. He came out to a female friend he had known for a long time but hadn't seen in a while, and she told her that she wanted her to come to her house fully dressed for some...
  • Judge to be named in Vanecko case

    Judge to be named in Vanecko case
    McHenry County's chief judge is expected to reveal today which judge will preside over the politically charged involuntary manslaughter trial of former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley's nephew. Michael Sullivan, chief judge of McHenry County Circuit Court,...
  • After Divorce, Lanzas Had Joint Custody Of Adam

    After Divorce, Lanzas Had Joint Custody Of Adam
    — Divorce records on file in Stamford Superior Court show the parents of suspected Sandy Hook school shooter Adam Lanza had joint custody of their son and that Lanza's father paid alimony that kept him and his mother financially comfortable. Nancy...
  • Daley nephew indicted in '04 death of David Koschman

    Daley nephew indicted in '04 death of David Koschman
    A special Cook County grand jury indicted former Mayor Richard Daley's nephew on a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the death of David Koschman in a drunken confrontation on the city’s Near North Side, the special prosecutor said today. The...
  • Rick Atkinson talks "The Guns at Last Light"

    Rick Atkinson talks "The Guns at Last Light"
    World War II lasted six years, but Rick Atkinson needed 14 years to complete his massive trilogy on the conflict. That turned out to be time well spent. Now the wait for the concluding volume of “The Liberation Trilogy,” his magisterial...
  • Payton, Brooks finally play ball in show of solidarity

    Payton, Brooks finally play ball in show of solidarity
    Alberto Reyes looked across the well-kept field at Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep during pregame warm-up drills Saturday evening and declared it a beautiful place for a baseball game. Two weeks after their originally scheduled game, players and coaches...
  • Jesse Jackson Jr. Quits Congress, Cites Health Reasons

    Jesse Jackson Jr. Quits Congress, Cites Health Reasons
    CHICAGO -- U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. resigned from Congress effective Wednesday, citing the need to spend time "restoring my health." Jackson, who announced his resignation in a letter to House Speaker John Boehner, has been is the subject of several...
  • Emanuel to Jackson Jr: Address future plans

    Emanuel to Jackson Jr: Address future plans
    Add Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to the growing list of politicians calling on Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. to address his future plans. With the Election over, there are big issues coming up in the Lame Duck session...I think Congressman Jackson, it's...
  • Why the Tribune endorses

    Why the Tribune endorses
    In 1860, this newspaper made the case for Abraham Lincoln's election to the presidency, extolling him for "ability that no man can question, firmness that nothing can overbear, honesty that has never been impeached, and patriotism that never despairs."...