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An architectural excursion across Chicago

An architectural excursion across Chicago

The City That Works is filled with eye-catching destinations that are imbued with history.
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Why women's rights activists want a "no" vote for Brett Kavanaugh

Love and Money: What to do when everyone asks you for “help” — which means doing your job for free

Your friends and family value your professional opinion. They just don't want to pay you for it.

Christine Blasey Ford accepts request to testify on Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual abuse allegations

Ford has accused Trump's Supreme Court nominee of sexually assaulting her when they were teenagers.
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Climate change is threatening people’s health, so this 12-year-old is doing everything in her power to stop it.

Ex-Trump official admits she may have discussed Russia contacts with Michael Flynn

K.T. MacFarland has revised her statement to Mueller after denying she knew about Flynn's Kislyak contacts.
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Amazon publishes a library of white nationalist books and magazines. They know it, and won’t stop.

Misogynist extremism is off the table. Racism? Anti-Semitism? For Amazon, that's fine.

Why doesn’t Cardi B know who runs her Facebook page in 2018?

There were transphobic messages on the Bronx rapper's page, and she refuses to apologize for it.

North Korea’s nuclear program is still alive and well. Will a new peace agreement move the needle?

With North Korea and South Korea reaching an accord, will Kim Jong Un really take concrete steps toward denuclearization? The answer may depend on Trump.

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