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  • Boyle Heights forum: L.A. council candidates face questions on development, housing costs

    Boyle Heights forum: L.A. council candidates face questions on development, housing costs
    Four candidates running for an Eastside seat on the Los Angeles City Council sparred on Saturday over housing costs, real estate development and the state of basic services in Boyle Heights. In the first candidate forum of the campaign, former County...
  • Mayoral politics, money and race, it's so Chicago

    Mayoral politics, money and race, it's so Chicago
    Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel doesn't participate in the mayoral debates because he wants to. He has to. Mayor Rahmfather needs to win outright on Feb 24 to show those money guys in Washington, New York and Los Angeles that he can handle things here in...
  • Primary contests are set

    CROWN POINT — Primary Election Day in Indiana is May 5, and the list of candidates is set. In-person voting at sites around the county begins on April 7. In races that are contested, the winners of the primaries for each office will face off in...
  • The faith factor (2016 edition)

    The faith factor (2016 edition)
    We are one year away from the Iowa caucuses and already several Republican presidential candidates are trying to secure an advantage by talking about their faith. Before announcing his non-candidacy last Friday, Mitt Romney had indicated if he ran for a...
  • Senate delays confirmation of Hogan nominees

    Senate delays confirmation of Hogan nominees
    The Maryland Senate delayed the confirmation of five nominees to Gov. Larry Hogan's Cabinet on Friday, the latest sign of growing tension between the new Republican governor and Democrats who dominate the legislature. The delay comes two days after...
  • CPS financial problems many, mayoral candidate solutions few

    CPS financial problems many, mayoral candidate solutions few
    Chicago Public Schools faces gaping budget deficits, skyrocketing retirement costs and tough negotiations for a new teachers contract, but the candidates for mayor have offered few solutions on how they'd deal with some of the gravest financial challenges...
  • First-time candidates can learn what to do

    We in the League of Women Voters are hoping for a robust, competitive election this year. We will be choosing our fellow citizens to represent us on school boards and city, borough and township boards. County officials and judges and district justices...
  • Talk of the County: Thank you for the memories, Ernie Banks

    Talk of the County: Thank you for the memories, Ernie Banks
    Editor's Note: Talk of the County is a reader-generated column of opinions. If you see something you disagree with or think is incorrect, please tell us! Call us at (312) 222-4554 or email talkofthecounty@tribpub.com. Thank you, Mr. Cub I just want to...
  • Bloomberg's Halperin to talk politics in Broward Series

    Political analyst and author Mark Halperin will share his years of experience covering national politics when he takes part in the 2015 Broward College Speaker Series next week. Halperin, co-managing editor of "Bloomberg Politics," is also a regular...
  • Bibi knows he has lost, but he will go down fighting

    Bibi knows he has lost, but he will go down fighting
    Prime Minister Binyamin "Bibi" Netanyahu knows that he can't win the election on March 17. The arithmetic is against him from the left and the right. The new Arab party, which unites Islamists, Nationalists, Communists and just plain Arab citizens who...
  • Top state office could be next stop for newly re-elected Fort Lauderdale mayor

    Top state office could be next stop for newly re-elected Fort Lauderdale mayor
    Jack Seiler's overwhelming victory on Tuesday, in which he racked up 71 percent of the vote and crushed his challengers, gave him more than a third term as Fort Lauderdale mayor. The city's voters provided a boost to Seiler's long-held dream of winning...