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Jussie Smollett’s Case File Is Unsealed by Judge

By Julia Jacobs

A group of media organizations, including The New York Times, asked the court to unseal the records regarding the actor’s case, citing a need for more transparency.

Canceled Fund-Raiser Prompts Question: Can a Democrat Oppose Abortion?

By JONATHAN MARTIN

After pressure, a top Democratic Party official will no longer host an event for the anti-abortion Representative Daniel Lipinski of Illinois.

New Mayor Lori Lightfoot Vows Death to β€˜Kissing-the-Ring’ Chicago Rules

By JULIE BOSMAN and MITCH SMITH

Ms. Lightfoot was sworn in as outgoing Mayor Rahm Emanuel and City Council members looked on. ‘Get ready, because reform is here,” she told them.

A Shrinking Middle Class Is Ruining the Character of Our Neighborhoods

By CARLO ROTELLA

A deepening divide between the haves and have-nots is making it harder for them to see one another as neighbors.

Black Women in Chicago, Getting Things Done

By SALAMISHAH TILLET

How the rest of the country can follow them.

Rahm Emanuel: Why Chicago Leads on Police Reform

By RAHM EMANUEL

I made police officers teammates in reform, not the targets of it.

James Holzhauer Was Told to Smile to Get on β€˜Jeopardy!’ He’s Smiling Now

By JULIA JACOBS

He rarely did his homework in school. But Holzhauer’s persistence in mastering “Jeopardy!” has helped him rack up winnings at a clip the show has never seen.

Jussie Smollett’s Future on β€˜Empire’ Is in Doubt

By JOHN KOBLIN

Though it did not shut the door, Fox said on Tuesday that there were no plans to bring back Smollett, who was accused of faking a hate crime attack before charges were dropped.

A Lost Latino Hotspot Is Reborn on a Chicago Stage

By KRIS VIRE

Sandra Delgado wrote “La Havana Madrid” to answer her own question: How could a hub of the Spanish-speaking community be so forgotten?

A New Kind of β€˜Hamilton’ Show, This Time on Lake Michigan

By MICHAEL PAULSON

With a deeper dive into early American history, a gigantic exhibition based on the musical “Hamilton” opens in Chicago.

Living on the Water

By ALYSON KRUEGER

Houseboats can be a more affordable way to live near a city center.

A College Town Gets Ready for Its Moment Under No Sun

By NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR

One of the best places to view August’s solar eclipse, Carbondale, home to Southern Illinois University, will host scientists and eclipse groupies.

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