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Past articles by Chicago:

Meghan Montemurro, the Chicago Tribune’s Cubs beat reporter, is a finalist for Illinois Sportswriter of the Year

Chicago Tribune Cubs beat reporter Meghan Montemurro is a finalist for the Illinois Sportswriter of the Year. She also was a finalist in 2021. → Read More

Letters: The hopeful revolt of the Chinese people over the Communist Party’s coercion

What began with a spark has consumed China in a blaze of fury from noble people who had their doors welded shut during the pandemic. → Read More

Letters: Electric car batteries rely on drilling and mining. Can we do better?

If we need tons of rare earth metal for electric vehicles, imagine how much waste will be produced. → Read More

High school football: Get results from all the 2022 state championship games

Get results — and read our coverage — from the 2022 Illinois high school football championship games, from Class 8A to 1A. → Read More

Editorial: Those grocery store health clinics are delivering necessary, quality care

The market can actually improve healthcare, given the chance. → Read More

Editorial: This Thanksgiving, some worthy causes are fearing disappointment

On Thanksgiving Day, it's worth remembering that some worthy organizations are under stress. → Read More

Editorial: Memo to the new Congress: Ukraine needs your help, not your grandstanding

This isn’t the time for Republican ultraconservatives and Democratic progressives to blinker themselves to the plight of Ukrainians for the sake of political point-scoring. → Read More

Letters: Cook County’s assessment review system favors fat cats in the Loop

So we’re back to wallet pain for bungalow owners and insiders working an unfair system in cahoots with pals on the Board of Review? → Read More

Letters: The city is letting a private group impose its will on Welles Park with LED lights plan

What message does it send that one private organization can impose its will on a public park against longtime neighbors’ wishes? → Read More

Letters: While traveling on airplanes this holiday season, keep these things in mind

As the season for major airplane travel is upon us, let’s think about how to have a more pleasant, less stressful trip. → Read More

Letters: We shouldn’t let fossil fuel companies reap profits at our expense

Letting fossil fuel companies reap profits at the expense of the consumer and environment is like rooting for the flames when your house is on fire. → Read More

Letters: The DACA program is in peril. Congress should support our Dreamers.

The DACA program is in grave peril, and Congress needs to act quickly to create permanent protections for hundreds of thousands of people. → Read More

Editorial: Netanyahu embraces the far right. Can’t he see what extremist politics have done to the US?

Benjamin Netanyahu has much to lose if he can’t rein in the ultranationalists who will play key roles in his new Israeli coalition government. So does Israel. → Read More

Letters: I was an election judge. It was a no-drama day.

I was an election judge, and the voters were calm and behaved a lot better than some of the candidates on the ballots. → Read More

Editorial: Why we shouldn’t shame US oil companies for making money

A windfall tax on U.S. oil companies is a terrible idea and will only make them less globally competitive. → Read More

Editorial: After state GOP’s disastrous midterms, the way forward is clear. Break free from far right politics.

As long as Illinois Republicans regard fealty to the Trump agenda as a ticket to victory, they’ll continue to suffer morale-crushing defeats like the results Illinois saw Tuesday night. → Read More

How Republican candidates who supported Donald Trump’s 2020 election claims fared

Virginia’s Republican lieutenant governor, Winsome Earle-Sears, once a vocal Trump supporter, said voters had sent “a very clear message” Tuesday that “enough is enough.” → Read More

China eases some quarantine for travelers

Travelers arriving in China will spend less time in quarantine under changes to sweeping anti-virus controls announced Friday to reduce disruptions to the economy and society. → Read More

Editorial: A Veterans Day request: Hoist a glass for Red today

On Veterans Day, we salute service members who come home from wars to lead ordinary lives, who carry to the grave more unspoken memories than they would like. → Read More

Editorial: The results speak for themselves: It’s time for Republicans to can Donald Trump.

Midterm elections burst the illusion that Donald Trump can think past his own interests to help his party succeed. But who’s going to bell that cat? → Read More