Drive around the curving, sun-freckled rural roads in northeastern Douglas County now, and you’d hardly believe what existed here more than 150 years ago.
Next year marks the 60th anniversary of astronaut John Glenn’s thrilling three-orbit voyage around the Earth.
Feel free to join me one my journey as I’m hoping to motivate and inspire.
Change is coming to the constellation of American holidays. After decades and even centuries of exclusion, African American Holy Days are being incorporated in the U.S. holiday calendar.
The fight over the Democratic-
Law enforcement groups statewide complained bitterly when Gov. J.B. Pritzker in February signed controversial legislation they characterized as an assault on both common sense and public safety.
Always look your best from the waist up when working or socializing online. That means not merely dressing appropriately, but using the best possible webcam. The last column highlighted online software to facilitate personal and business connections over the internet. Here’s the hardware to …
“She always has a smile on her face. She’s one of the last really good people. My kids love her. She’s always willing to help someone out.”
Colleges and universities put themselves at considerable risk when they send an amateur to do a professional’s job of investigating alleged criminal activity.
Included among the orgy of self-congratulations last week by Illinois’ elected officials was the familiar claim that the new $42.3 billion state budget taking effect July 1 is not only balanced but also has a small surplus.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot landed in a maelstrom of controversy last month when she said she only would allow “journalists of color” to interview her for stories about her first two years in office.
For all the trouble, torment and turmoil it caused, it appears for now — at this point in the first rough draft of COVID-19’s history — that the worst is over, at least for those blessed to live in the United States and a few other places.
Roughly four years after the mysterious question was revealed — what happened to the $500,000? — it remains publicly unanswered, most certainly forever.
People remain concerned about frivolous cases clogging the courts. What is frivolous can be a subject for debate. Rather than engage in that debate, I decided to try my hand at creative writing in an effort to illustrate some ways the civil-justice system discourages cases that should not be filed.