Let’s start with an apology to readers tired of reading about Jussie Smollett—because having watched last week’s sentencing, I just got to get something off my chest . . . […]
Also, at least 1,000 people have been shot in Chicago in 2016.
The longtime columnist and producer Don Moseley plan to launch a new center for integrity in journalism.
The media circles back to a Kurdish restaurant owner pursued by Homeland Security.
The governor is part owner of a company that advises the Chicago Teachers Pension Fund.
The disgraced former congressman isn’t just like all the others in Illinois.
Lisagors drop ethics award but not ethics.
Which mayoral campaign is more untruthful? It’s debatable.
In the face of bad polling numbers, Smith faces her hostile opponents in a contentious debate
The Sun-Times hasn’t been all that friendly to Bruce Rauner.
The GOP candidate for governor would like you to forget about his daughter’s admission to Payton College Prep.
An “obsessive” Sun-Times reporter is vindicated by the Vanecko case—but not content.
Daley’s memory, lying to the cops, and other interesting revelations from the special report on the death of David Koschman.
A modest proposal for a serious problem
A Sun-Times investigation climaxes with the indictment of former Mayor Daley’s nephew