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How These Chicago Cops Posed With a Black Suspect Got Them Fired From the Force

This is from Independent Journal Review.

What makes anyone think the man in the picture is a suspect?

Is it because he is black that makes him a suspect isn’t that a racist assumption by the Chicago Sun Times and the Chicago Police Department? 227 more words

Sun-Times Publisher Jim Kirk: "How long will there be a printed paper? Don't really know that"

Jim Kirk, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Chicago Sun-Times, joins Justin at the Big Table to talk about his career in journalism, the changing landscape in media, the future of the newspaper, and the challenges to be both innovative and profitable. 9 more words

The Download

The Chicago Sun-Times: "Are the workers to blame? Not by a long shot."

– From today’s Chicago Sun-Times:

Are these workers to blame for the pension crisis that sparked historic downgrades last week in Chicago’s and CPS’ bond ratings — ratings that might require City Hall to pay $2.2 billion to financial institutions much earlier than planned? 341 more words

Public Notice: Village of Maywood Salaries FY 2014

Saturday, May 16, 2015 || COMMUNITY EDITOR 

The following public listing of Village of Maywood personnel salaries for fiscal year 2014 was published in the Sat., May 16, 2015 print edition of the Chicago Sun-Times: VFP

Government

CN May 14, 2015

The Illinois house today voted 72-0 (with 37 Republicans voting “present”) against a proposal Governor Rauner’s been promoting to create so-called opportunity zones in Illinois – zones where union membership would be optional, along with the payment of union dues. 1,043 more words

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The Lincoln Park Zoo's African Lion Has Some New Friends

For the longest time there was only one African Lion at the Lincoln Park Zoo.

Sounds pretty lonely right?

Well, zoo officials have brought in a couple of lionesses from the Oregon Zoo to hang out with him. 58 more words

Features

Young stars aligned for Cubs-Mets deal? via Chicago Sun Times

The Mets need hitting — in particular, a hitting shortstop. The Cubs like the Mets’ young pitching. A lot.

Obviously, there’s a deal waiting to happen, right?

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