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2023 Grammy Awards: Beyoncé breaks the record for most Grammy wins; Harry Styles wins album of the year

She became the most Grammy-awarded music artist of all time at the 65th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. → Read More

Tribune Editorial Board endorsements for the 2023 Chicago municipal election

Here are the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board’s 2023 endorsements for the Feb. 28 elections. → Read More

Editorial: UChicago can disdain US News rankings, but costly med schools shouldn’t be judging themselves

America's medical schools are running scared of independent rankings. For shame. They're not a cartel and those rankings aren't going away. → Read More

Loyola picks up its 1st Atlantic 10 victory, defeating St. Bonaventure 67-55

Loyola won its first Atlantic 10 Conference game, defeating St. Bonaventure 67-55 on Saturday at Gentile Arena. → Read More

Afternoon Briefing: Why are eggs so expensive?

Good afternoon, Chicago. Here's what is happening today. → Read More

Letters: The root of the property tax problem in Pilsen

The root cause of the problem is in the assessor’s methodology, which places the burden on property owners to fight inaccurate assessments. → Read More

Things to do around Chicago: Chinese New Year, Taylor Tomlinson and Stage 773 becomes WHIM

Also, Steppenwolf ensemble member Gary Sinise is behind “Last Out: Elegy of a Green Beret.” And a play about Andy Warhol takes the stage at Northlight. → Read More

Daywatch: A food critic’s perfect day in Chinatown

Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day. → Read More

Letters: Illinois’ safe haven law is accomplishing what such laws are set up to do

State safe haven laws with a variety of provisions continue to save newborns from injury and death. → Read More

Afternoon Briefing: A look at Chicago homicides so far this year

Good afternoon, Chicago. Here's what is happening today. → Read More

Editorial: Are the liberal elites coming for your gas stove? Yes, but it’s a dysfunctional question.

The so-called gas stove panic is a harbinger of climate change paralysis. And the bogus carbon offset racket doesn't help. → Read More

Daywatch: Bears’ proposed move could have property owners cashing in

Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day. → Read More

Editorial: Dozens of sheriffs say they won’t enforce Illinois’ assault weapons ban. Did they forget their oaths of office?

Illinois' new assault weapons ban is enforceable law, and every officer–from beat cop to sheriff–owes it to the people they serve to do their job and enforce what’s on the books. → Read More

Letters: How township government serves residents

Everyone in this office works hard for our taxpayers. → Read More

Afternoon Briefing: Illinois comes in No. 2 on green buildings list

Good afternoon, Chicago. Here's what is happening today. → Read More

Letters: Close loophole in City Council rules so public won’t be left in the dark about what is being voted on

It’s difficult to imagine a rule more antithetical to the principles of transparency and accountability. → Read More

Editorial: Here’s a solution to a property tax pickle in Pilsen

Shocked by sudden property tax hikes, Pilsen residents deserve sympathy and help but not loans. → Read More

Letters: If House pursues investigation of Hunter Biden, it may boomerang on Republicans

The Republicans have totally demonized Hunter Biden to try to further their political self-interest. → Read More

Editorial: Did your kid write that essay? Or did ChatGPT?

It’s incumbent on CPS and school districts across America to assess ChatGPT diligently, before rushing it into practice. → Read More

Letters: Property crime is harmful, and victims deserve justice

The belief that property crimes are not serious is naive and harmful because of the damage they often do. → Read More