Boeing 737 MAX global ban: all you need to know
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Boeing 737 MAX global ban: all you need to know

Only 6 minutes after takeoff, Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, utilizing a 4-month old Boeing 737 MAX 8, has crashed, killing all 157 people on board. Just 5 months…

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Governor Pritzker  introduced a plan  focused on higher taxes  for rich
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Governor Pritzker introduced a plan focused on higher taxes for rich

Fulfilling one of his main campaign’s promises, Governor Pritzker proposed “Fair Tax for Illinois” amendment, introducing a graduated tax income. According to the governor’s statement, the new tax structure…

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Why are millennials  leaving Chicago?
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Why are millennials leaving Chicago?

According the report released by the Brookings Institution, between 2012 and 2017, Chicago had a net loss of 13,757 millennials. That happens mostly due to the cost of…

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FBI investigates corruption scheme by Harvey officials
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FBI investigates corruption scheme by Harvey officials

According to FBI, after years-long investigation six defendants have been charged today as part of an ongoing federal anti-corruption effort. Two of those arrested are directly related to…

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Chicago Police announced 44 percent decline in homicides
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Chicago Police announced 44 percent decline in homicides

According to Chief Communications Officer at the Chicago Police Department (CPD), crime rates have been going down, compared to the same period last year. According to the CPD…

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Best places to spend Valentine’s Day Weekend
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Best places to spend Valentine’s Day Weekend

With the long holiday weekend ahead of us, WalletHub has determined what are the best and worst places to spend it, nationwide. Comparing 100 of the largest U.S.…

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Did Jussie Smollett stage his attack?
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Did Jussie Smollett stage his attack?

Did Jussie Smollett stage his attack? That is the question everyone is asking. In the newest update on the attack investigation, some media sources suggested that, according to…

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Al Capone’s home is listed for $109K
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Al Capone’s home is listed for $109K

Timing plays a major decision-making role in real estate, and Al Capone’s Chicago mansion listing is not an exception. On the 90th anniversary of one of the bloodiest…

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Some shocked, some happy. Van Dyke’s sentence
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Some shocked, some happy. Van Dyke’s sentence

By Nicole Anderson On Oct. 20, 2014, 17-year-old Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times in Chicago’s neighborhood of Archer Heights by Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke. Chicago police…

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Chicago faces record-low temperatures
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Chicago faces record-low temperatures

Record-low temperatures have arrived to Chicago this Friday. At dawn Thursday, the temperature at O’Hare International Airport fell below 10 degrees, and continued falling down to 7 degrees…

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