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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

Jon Burge, former Chicago police commander who routinely tortured black people, has died

Burge’s time as a commander recalls one dark period in the city’s policing history.
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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.

Wall Street salaries are the highest they’ve been since the financial crisis

The average salary for employees on Wall Street was $422,500 last year, which is the highest average since 2008.

How YouTube communities are creating “pathways of radicalization” toward white supremacist ideas

Mainstream conservatives are behaving as a gateway drug to white nationalist ideas on YouTube.

Ted Cruz has a history of using food to scare people into voting for him

At a recent campaign event, Cruz said, "If Texas elects a Democrat, they're going to ban barbecue across the state of Texas."

“Dark money” political donors must now be disclosed, Supreme Court orders

Organizations like the NRA won't be able to hide their political donors any longer.

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