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Commentary: UN Must Extend Arms Embargo On Iran — And US Should Have A Backup Plan
Diplomats at the United Nations have less than six months to stop Iran - the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism, violator of nuclear nonproliferation agreements and catalyst for regional warfare - from buying weapons from the world's most eag
Chicago Tribune1 min de lecture
Kiah Gillespie, A 3rd-round Pick In 2020, Won't Play For The Sky This Season For Personal Reasons
CHICAGO - The Chicago Sky waived guards Alexis Prince and Japreece Dean and announced forward Kiah Gillespie won't play the 2020 season in advance of Tuesday's WNBA roster deadline. The WNBA and its players union set the deadline for teams to get und
Chicago Tribune3 min de lecture
Black Entrepreneurs Say Viral Video At Minneapolis Office Gym Shows Racial Profiling
MINNEAPOLIS - Another video has gone viral this week, this time showing a confrontation at a private gym in uptown Minneapolis that a group of black entrepreneurs say shows racial profiling in action. Top Figure, a Minneapolis-based social media and
Chicago Tribune3 min de lecture
2 Exonerated Men File Federal Suits Claiming Prosecutors, Chicago Police Framed Them For Murder As Teens
CHICAGO - Two men exonerated of a 2003 murder have sued Chicago police and Cook County prosecutors in federal court, alleging they manipulated photo evidence, physically abused the pair and fabricated their supposed confessions out of whole cloth. Jo
Chicago Tribune1 min de lecture
The Weekly Geography Quiz
GEOQUIZ: The island of Okinawa belongs to which country? Answer: Japan. The site of a lengthy and bloody World War II battle was returned to Japan in 1972. Visit Chicago Tribune at www.chicagotribune.com
Chicago Tribune4 min de lecture
Commentary: What If Louis Armstrong Had Succumbed To The Last Pandemic?
As we continue to confront the coronavirus pandemic, it's worth remembering that roughly a century ago an influenza pandemic similarly wreaked havoc around the world and swept through the city that invented jazz: New Orleans. Between Sept. 8, 1918 an
Chicago Tribune3 min de lecture
'Homecoming' Review: Janelle Monae Follows Julia Roberts Down Memory Lane
If all podcast-to-streaming adaptations came off as beautifully as the first season of Amazon's "Homecoming," "Homecoming" season two (premiering Friday) would be a spellbinder instead of what it is: a sleek follow-up roughly halfway between "grippin
Chicago Tribune1 min de lecture
'Very Cavallari' Won't Be Back After Kristin Cavallari And Jay Cutler Split
Chicago jewelry store owner Kristin Cavallari said Tuesday her TV show, "Very Cavallari," won't be back for a fourth season. "As I start this new chapter in my life, I have decided not to continue with 'Very Cavallari.' I've absolutely loved my time
Chicago Tribune1 min de lecture
'Very Cavallari' Won't Be Back After Kristin Cavallari And Jay Cutler Split
Chicago jewelry store owner Kristin Cavallari said Tuesday her TV show, "Very Cavallari," won't be back for a fourth season. "As I start this new chapter in my life, I have decided not to continue with 'Very Cavallari.' I've absolutely loved my time
Chicago Tribune3 min de lecture
'Trip To Greece' Review: Delphi Gets A Couple Of New Oracles Named Steve Coogan And Rob Brydon
"The Trip to Greece" marks the fourth and probably final excursion together for Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon and director Michael Winterbottom, whose paradoxical road comedies - freewheeling, yet carefully mapped - have given us a decade of ripe laughs w
Chicago Tribune1 min de lecture
'Very Cavallari' Won't Be Back After Kristin Cavallari And Jay Cutler Split
Chicago jewelry store owner Kristin Cavallari said Tuesday her TV show, "Very Cavallari," won't be back for a fourth season. "As I start this new chapter in my life, I have decided not to continue with 'Very Cavallari.' I've absolutely loved my time
Chicago Tribune1 min de lecture
'Very Cavallari' Won't Be Back After Kristin Cavallari And Jay Cutler Split
Chicago jewelry store owner Kristin Cavallari said Tuesday her TV show, "Very Cavallari," won't be back for a fourth season. "As I start this new chapter in my life, I have decided not to continue with 'Very Cavallari.' I've absolutely loved my time
Chicago Tribune4 min de lecture
Meghan Y Harry Se Están Saltando Las Fiestas Familiares. Tal Vez Deberías Intentarlo Tú También
Las fiestas decembrinas se avecinan, pero este año es diferente: eres un nuevo padre con un bebé a cuestas. De repente, la fiesta familiar anual en casa de tus suegros, con cena de Navidad, una caminata familiar a la iglesia, una cena de Nochebuena d
Chicago Tribune8 min de lecture
She Was About To Give Birth When She Learned She Had COVID-19. Here's What Happened Next
Parnit Faber knew what was about to happen, as she labored with her third child, breathing heavily through a face mask. But knowing didn't make the experience any easier. After Faber gave birth to a boy, a nurse held up the infant for Faber to see, a
Chicago Tribune5 min de lecture
Inside The Saga Of Kanye West's Childhood Home In Chicago
CHICAGO - Kanye West has run into trouble with the city of Chicago as he renovates the South Side home he grew up in nearly four decades ago. The tan house at 7815 S. South Shore Dr. landed in demolition court last year after the city claimed it had
Chicago Tribune6 min de lectureFood & Wine
Cooking With What's On Hand: How To Make Great Dinners With Frozen Fish Or Canned Seafood
My freezer and pantry shelves overflow. And not just during a health crisis. The pantry shelves of most food professionals hold a variety of grains, canned chiles, condiments and broth. We utilize freezers for a convenient supply of fish and poultry,
Chicago Tribune1 min de lecture
The Weekly Geography Quiz
GEOQUIZ: How many states border Montana? Answer: Four. Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota and North Dakota. Visit Chicago Tribune at www.chicagotribune.com
Chicago Tribune3 min de lecture
Dozens Defy Stay-at-home Order To Attend Chicago Church While Protesters Warn Of Endangering The Community
CHICAGO - Met by protesters and defying the stay-at-home order, Michael Valentine, 24, went to church Sunday at Metro Praise International church in Belmont Cragin, one of the hardest-hit neighborhoods by COVID-19 in Chicago. "There is something grea
Chicago Tribune3 min de lecture
Michael Jordan Severed A Tendon In His Right Index Finger With A Cigar Cutter After The 1997-98 Season. How Much Did That Influence His Decision To Retire?
"The Last Dance," ESPN's 10-part documentary about Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls, presents that season as one that management declared would be the final chapter of the dynasty before it even began. The series, which concludes Sunday n
Chicago Tribune6 min de lecture
'It Was Set To Be A Record Year': Great Lakes Cruise Operators Buckle Up For A Rough Season In Wake Of The Pandemic
May typically marks the start of the season for cruise vacations on the Great Lakes, a burgeoning segment of the market that was shaping up to have a banner year in 2020. Until the pandemic turned the tourism industry on its head, buzz had been build
Chicago Tribune4 min de lecture
How Kathryn Hahn Is Keeping Busy, From An All-doll Mamet Spoof To Efforts For HBO And Apple TV+
With theaters shuttered for the foreseeable future, the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles has been offering virtual content each week under the banner "Geffen Stayhouse." One of the more hilarious contributions comes courtesy of Kathryn Hahn, who has r
Chicago Tribune5 min de lecture
How A Messy Divorce Could Affect Jay Cutler And Kristin Cavallari's Reputations
The Mother's Day message seemed pleasant enough. "Happy Mother's day to all the moms. These 3 little ones picked a good one," read the @IfJayHadInstagram post that featured a photo of Chicago jewelry store owner Kristin Cavallari and the three childr
Chicago Tribune3 min de lecture
Construction Continues On The 'Field Of Dreams' Ballpark In Iowa. But Will The Aug. 13 White Sox-Yankees Game Go On As Planned?
CHICAGO - The video is 45 seconds of baseball bliss. It begins with a shot of the site where the Aug. 13 "MLB at Field of Dreams Game" between the White Sox and Yankees is scheduled to take place. It ends at the diamond where the iconic 1989 movie "F
Chicago Tribune5 min de lecture
¿Qué Hacer Cuando A Tu Familia Y Amigos No Les Cae Bien Tu Pareja?
Cuando Shirley Baldwin Owens se preparaba para conocer a sus futuros suegros, sabía que no les agradaba. Se había divorciado tres veces. Vivía con su hijo. Sabía que no era lo suficientemente conservadora. Antes de ese primer encuentro, dijo, "se neg
Chicago Tribune4 min de lecture
Nigerian Immigrant Working As CNA Dies Of COVID-19 Months Before Becoming Nurse, Citizen
CHICAGO - Nearly five years after emigrating from Nigeria, Ijeoma Afuke was within reach of realizing two major goals. The certified nursing assistant was studying to become a nurse in the United States. Afuke's exam was scheduled in June. She also h
Chicago Tribune6 min de lecture
During Pandemic, Swanky Chicago Hotel Has Become A Haven For People Living On The Street, Others At Risk
CHICAGO - Joeal Hamlin eased himself into a plank position on the carpet, resting the weight of his body on his forearms, elbows and toes. Sweat dampened his cropped gray hair. His goal was 125 pushups, done in bunches of 25. Up, down. Up, down. Next
Chicago Tribune6 min de lecture
Brad Biggs: The Chicago Bears' Moves To Improve Their Offense Don't Stand Out — At Least Not Individually. But They Can Still Be Better In 2020.
Optimism and energy are never in short supply for Matt Nagy, and the Bears coach is hoping to transform the offense keeping those traits in mind. The Bears open the season Sept. 13 in Detroit, and whenever they're able to shift football activities fr
Chicago Tribune3 min de lecture
Chicago Mayor Says City Will 'Take Action' If Defiant Churches Hold In-person Services Despite Stay-at-home Orders
CHICAGO - Potentially setting up a Sunday confrontation with defiant church leaders, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the city is prepared to enforce stay-at-home orders against houses of worship that continue holding in-person services. Lightfoot m
Chicago Tribune4 min de lecture
Chicago-area Man Stages Zoom Plays As COVID-19 Benefits, Casting Florence Pugh And More Young Hollywood Actors
Simple enough idea: Well-intended theater project in the Chicago suburbs responds to the current pandemic by doing fundraiser readings of plays in YouTube livestreams, with viewers invited to donate. Any money raised goes in part to Mount Sinai Hospi
Chicago Tribune1 min de lecture
The Weekly Geography Quiz
GEOQUIZ: Where would you go to see the Japanese Alps? Answer: Honshu. The Alps comprise the Hida, Kiso and Akaishi mountain ranges, which divide the largest of the Japanese islands. Visit Chicago Tribune at www.chicagotribune.com
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