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But are we really any safer? Nov 1, 2012 630
Dying even after warning signs. Sep 1, 2012 568
We can't live with this. Jul 1, 2012 569
Tarnished trust. Brief article May 1, 2012 257
More labor accountability. Mar 1, 2012 621
CHA must tweak one-strike. Sep 1, 2011 672
Illinois' slice for contractors. Jul 1, 2011 524
This won't end well. Editorial May 1, 2011 458
Too close for comfort. Editorial Mar 1, 2011 620
A city not working. Editorial Jan 1, 2011 512
When silence is not golden. Editorial Nov 1, 2010 616
Weighing opportunity cost. Editorial Sep 1, 2010 543
Unemployment disaster. Jul 1, 2010 391
More taser accountability. Column May 1, 2010 514
New reason for bad credit. Mar 1, 2010 565
Waiting to inhale. Editorial Jan 1, 2010 477
Lean green pickings. Nov 1, 2009 414
Catering to black dollars. Sep 1, 2009 591
A long journey ahead: life's experiences motivate one young man to give voice to youth. Biography Mar 1, 2008 1422
Shifting gears: frustration over not finding jobs has caused workers from different groups to blame each other. Some say the global economy and corporate interests are to blame. Cover story May 1, 2007 3074
Mom without me: a 14-year-old boy struggles to come to terms with his mother's crime, punishment and absence. Mar 1, 2007 1448
Just one question: no longer a child, a former inmate's daughter deals with father's absence. Mar 1, 2007 1135
Cash and the city: city workers give thousands their bosses, alderman and ward organizations. Some say it's just part of the job. Cover story Jan 1, 2007 2905
Giving without limit: Illinois needs contribution caps, limit on who can give, some say. Jan 1, 2007 961
Less money, little power: black aldermen, wards lag in contributions. Jan 1, 2007 602
Sold in the U.S.A.: more human trafficking cases are originating within the U.S., but the plight of victims often goes unheard. Cover story May 1, 2006 3225
Retail runaround: with few shopping choices close to home, residents of Chicago's black neighborhoods are most likely to experience the ... Nov 1, 2005 3510
Luring retailers: black aldermen say they have to work overtime to bring business to their wards. Nov 1, 2005 1345
Rising values: public housing teardowns have spurred nearly $2 billion in home sales. But officials say the market was already revved up. Jul 1, 2005 4338
New slavery: a century and a half after the end of the Civil War, labor and sexual slavery still exist in the form of human trafficking. May 1, 2005 3047
Nobody's safe: in Illinois, middle-class families fall through the cracks of health care, causing a rising number of bankruptcy cases. Apr 1, 2005 1177
Costly choices: many African Americans struggle for home loans, leading them to expensive alternatives. Cover Story Jan 1, 2005 5153
Banking on Latino buyers: in recent years, lenders are paying more attention to Chicago's fastest growing population. Jan 1, 2005 1228
A mother's grief: six years later, Sabrina Harris still struggles to make sense of the murder of her 11-year-old daughter Ryan. Nov 1, 2004 1447

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