The top court’s ruling in favor of Trump’s travel ban harkens back to its notorious 1944 decision upholding the imprisonment of Japanese-Americans.
As the All-Star break approaches, the team is currently the best in baseball. But for a diehard fan of nearly 60 years, a Cubs World Series wouldn’t change a thing.
On growing up in a “default” Cubs household with a White Sox fan father
Would Ernie Banks throw in the towel just because his Cubs were down three-zip to the Mets?
Why are we so terrified of a 70-year-old publicity stunt?
Will the Mets’ two cross-country trips take a toll on the New Yorkers?
Cubs sluggers go back-to-back-to-back as the team goes back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back.
Challenged to create a cocktail with celery salt, the California Clipper’s Anthony Mitchell puts it both in and on the drink—in the form of a mini Chicago-style hot dog.
As the great Ernie Banks discovered, Chicago politics is no place for nice guys.
White Sox and Cubs fans do have something to brag about: Jose Abreu and Anthony Rizzo lead their leagues in homers.
P.K. Wrigley spurned black players at a pivotal time—did his actions start the Cubs’ slide?
Adam Dunn attempts to end his streak as the active player who’s played the most games without appearing in the postseason
Well, they’ve finally done it! Advocates in Detroit have raised more than $50,000 for a statue of cyborg-crimefighter Robocop. A worthy civic venture, indeed. It makes you wonder what kind of monument to pop culture we could build here in Chicago.
Alfonso Soriano gets held to a new, higher standard by Cub fans.