Lincoln Park isn't the best place to add affordable housing
A dollar spent in Lincoln Park may help get a family an apartment, but a dollar spent in Pullman, North Lawndale, Garfield Park or Woodlawn will do much more good in the neighborhood.
As the retiring Lisa Madigan files her 28th lawsuit against the Trump administration, would-be successors Kwame Raoul and Erika Harold clash over how much is too much.
With a more conservative majority set to take control of the U.S. Supreme Court, it's time to look forward and consider how it may ultimately resolve Illinois' long-running fiscal crisis.
It's good to see a modernization of Union Station move ahead. It's also good to see City Hall distributing some of the wealth from downtown's building boom to neighborhoods.
Research from University of Chicago found that productivity at the Gap increased 5 percent and sales climbed 7 percent when employees received their schedules two weeks in advance.
Authorities in China are free to punish McDonald's, like any other U.S. company. But the government's stake in McDonald's gives them reason not to.
Signs of renewed consolidation among medical products companies will test a prodigious dealmaker's appetite for acquisitions.
Some good things finally are happening regarding Chicago Public Schools' budget. But let's not exaggerate, because the journey to fiscal sobriety is far from complete.
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