Editorial: It's a bad look for Mayor Lori Lightfoot to get her security detail's tickets wiped away when the rest of us have to pay.
Columnist Eric Zorn becomes one of the last people in America to disconnect his landline telephone before history does it for him.
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- That wailing you hear involving Rahm Emanuel, President-elect Joe Biden, and the left clinging to its ideological purity tests sounds like something out of a horror movie.
- President Donald Trump and his bad-at-everything, bewilderingly bonkers bandwagon of “rigged election!” liars are going to get somebody killed, quite possibly a Republican.
- The viral photo of a doctor comforting a patient is a sharp contrast with the shot of irresponsible party-goers, Dahleen Glanton writes.
- When you’re the King of France, you have better things to do than go around all day remembering your bloody number.
- Every company should be working overtime to be more diverse. But the responsibility should fall with the CEO, not outsider regulators or other powerful entities.
- The recent death of Diego Maradona revives thinking on the decades-long tensions between Britain and South America.
- Columnist Eric Zorn becomes one of the last people in America to disconnect his landline telephone before history does it for him.
Letters to the editor
- The Chicago City Council recently approved a disastrous 2021 budget. It contains a $94 million property tax increase with an annual automatic inflation adjustment ...
- Among many conservatives, Trump’s destructive response to his defeat is seen as the problem. That is certainly a problem. But it’s downstream of the original sin of embracing Trump in the first place.
- With COVID-19 cases surging, the number of people facing food insecurity is again on the rise. Here's a way to help the Greater Chicago Food Depository and share your dislike of Chicago Tribune columnist Rex Huppke.
- A Chicagoan who is HIV-positive during the COVID-19 pandemic sees the need for health care policy that fights discrimination.
- Songs of Good Cheer is going virtual. Here’s everything you need to know to join our annual holiday singalong.
- A National Week of Mourning could recall not only the first Thanksgiving but also the Sand Creek Massacre in late November 1864, and those who participated in it .
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