What kinds of lessons is President Donald Trump giving to the current generation of graduates?
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Without a military draft, it's easier for college students to become removed from reality. ROTC reminds of the military's benefits.
Why is Sen. Bernie Sanders calling himself a socialist?
With the Raptors' NBA victory, the world can look to Toronto and its thriving, diverse population as a model for progress and unity.
My dad definitely was not the father I longed for — a combination of the calm, wise and loving cardigan-wearing TV dads.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot has gone out of her way to draw a distinction between FOP leadership and rank-and-file officers. Will it bring reform?
Here are some perfectly reasonable expectations for our U.S. women's team to stay ladlylike after the players crushed Thailand 13-0 in their World Cup opener.
Fans of former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart can learn from the comedian's quiet passion to spark change.
For decades Illinois governors and legislatures have claimed balanced budgets while the state has accrued billions in bills and left pensions unfunded.
Joe Biden should be ashamed for flip-flopping on the Hyde Amendment.
Women need to stop falling into the chorus line-like contrapposto pose for group photos. It looks ridiculous.
Rather than a vague promise to “do better,” Boeing owes the public and flight crews some specific promises about its passenger aircraft.
Bishop Thomas Paprocki's decree to ban some Illinois Catholic lawmakers from receiving communion is an act of unhelpful grandstanding.
Ranking institutions that serve a public good is highly problematic. We do not rank police stations, fire stations, public libraries and/or park districts.
A carbon tax (or its cousin, a cap-and-trade system) is almost universally embraced by economists on both the left and the right. With good reason too.
UIC is offering free tuition to Native American students from across the U.S., which is good, but the Native community in Illinois deserves more help too.
As much as this is the story of a particular crime, "When They See Us" is also the story of an ongoing crime against people of color.
We don't need 50 different state regulations for CBD, but we do need the FDA to impose a national standard.
Ethical violations by Chicago aldermen and city officials ought to carry meaningful consequences. Proposed reforms would do that.
As protectionist sentiment rises in the world's most powerful nations, big-city mayors are stepping up to tackle global issues.
Public Defender Amy Campanelli: Despite outcry over handling of the Jussie Smollett case, Kim Foxx is not the bad guy.
Alexandra Petri's satirical preview of the "Straight Pride Parade" being planned in Boston this summer.
Pop culture has made stuttering a source of ridicule, but 70 million people in the world stutter. It's time to listen to what people say, not how they say it.
As we mark 75 years since D-Day, writer Cory Franklin tells of his World War II veteran father's decision to vote for Dwight Eisenhower.
The U.S. economic expansion is impressive, but President Donald Trump's tariffs on Mexico could end the good times.
Sweden's ambassador to the U.S. finds that Illinois and Chicago share her country's commitment to gender equality and women's rights.
As Chicago reforms its police accountability structure, here are three fixes that would strengthen the Civilian Office of Police Accountability.
Even with small inaccuracies, HBO's "Chernobyl" miniseries is powerful. But Russia, Ukraine or Belarus should've made this type of production first.