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 . . . […]
Daley, Burke, and Rahm have been too generous to Trump and his tower, and taxpayers are paying the price.
A guy in a Rahm mask will be cavorting with Stormy Daniels when she brings her “Make America Horny Again” tour to Chicago in June.
Mick Dumke leaves Reader for Sun-Times
Lisagors drop ethics award but not ethics.
Reform in Chicago—a lovely idea
The Webb report says the Chicago Tribune didn’t pick up some police files.
Mayor Rahm’s FOIA practice in action—it takes CPS eight months to turn over little more than a blank piece of paper.
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.
There are things to be thankful for in Chicago.
The latest reminder of how Mayor Daley did business
A Sun-Times investigation climaxes with the indictment of former Mayor Daley’s nephew
The Cook County state’s attorney defends her record and blasts the “obsession” of journalists
The Sun-Times duplicates a freelancer’s little-noticed scoop