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A long-running bug in a security firm’s systems may have leaked information, including potentially personal information, from thousands of sites including Uber, Fitbit and OK Cupid.

Major security flaw means you have to change your passwords again
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As long as the Bulls continue to fill the United Center, the front office won't have to operate with urgency needed to compete for a title, writes sports columnist Steve Rosenbloom.

COLUMN: The Bulls make big money, so they don’t have to make big moves
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The deaf actress’ history-making Oscar win, as the first — and still only — disabled actor to be recognized, catapulted her into notoriety and fame.

Marlee Matlin remains a champion for disabled actors, 30 years after Oscar win
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“Get Out” shrewdly exploits fears and stereotypes of all kinds and delivers a deliriously violent payoff beloved by fans of revenge horror, writes film critic Michael Phillips.

Jordan Peele's 'social thriller' launches a directorial career
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Chicago Tribune Food & Dining checks out the tavern that aims to be an "homage to the early 20th-century saloons and breweries that once comprised Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood."

Review: Publican Anker is all over the place — and it works
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She dismissed Donald Trump's campaign pledges to scrap the Affordable Care Act as bluster.

She voted for Trump. Now she fears losing the Obamacare plan that saved her life
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In a 1998 segment from his former show "Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher," Maher defends Mary Kay Letourneau, a 34-year-old Seattle teacher who had an ongoing sexual relationship with a young student, saying she was in jail "for being in love."

Bill Maher, who took credit for the downfall of Milo Yiannopoulos, has also defended adult sex with children
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"That's why we call these guys repeat gun offenders ... They're not new to us. But the simple fact is we need the judicial system and our legislators to help us with this."

Chicago's top cop shows frustration, then anger over slow-moving legislation
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We asked a nutritionist which Girl Scout cookie you can feel least guilty eating and which one to go easy on.

A nutritionist ranks the best and worst Girl Scout cookies for you
More restaurants are serving meals with a side of politics. Many times, that comes with big risks.

In Trump era, restaurants risk backlash with political stances
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Subtlety is not Steve Bannon's strong suit. Case in point, the senior adviser to President Trump, who rarely speaks publicly, decided this would be a good week to use a term known as an anti-Semitic dog whistle, writes columnist Rex Huppke.

COLUMN: Jewish group again cites anti-Semitism from Trump administration
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The killing of 2-year-old Lavontay White Jr. and his uncle on Valentine's Day was in retaliation for an earlier murder, Cook County prosecutors announced today.

Shooting that killed toddler was retaliation against boy's uncle, 2nd man charged, prosecutors say
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A correspondent for the Chicago Tribune and Los Angeles Times was among those excluded.

White House restricts some media from news briefing after Trump calls 'fake news' the enemy of the people
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A baby girl named A'Miracle, who was born three months premature after her mother was fatally shot last year, has died.

Baby girl dies 5 months after mom was killed
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"La La Land" vs. "Moonlight." Denzel Washington vs. Casey Affleck. Isabelle Huppert vs. Emma Stone. Tribune film critic Michael Phillips predicts the winners in the major Oscar categories.

Oscar predictions: Who should win and who will win
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Reporters "shouldn't be allowed to use sources unless they use somebody's name," Trump declared at CPAC. Hours earlier, members of his own staff held a press briefing and refused to allow their names to be used.

Trump calls for end of anonymous sources as his own staff regularly demands anonymity
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Last year, 2,300 children who crossed the U.S. border illegally and alone were placed in Illinois detention centers as they awaited a decision on whether they'd be released to relatives in the U.S., remain in detention or be deported.

Just how many more will come, and how many will be allowed to stay, is unclear under the new president's administration.

Immigrant children who cross border alone find themselves in Chicago shelters
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Some American-made companies have joined a chorus of businesses criticizing President Donald Trump's proposed border tax. "It could put us out of business," said Brandi Archer, who launched Chicago-based women's apparel brand Suki + Solaine in 2014.

American-made companies worrying about proposed border tax too
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Cubs tickets are now available online and starting Monday at 9 a.m., you can buy tickets at Wrigley Field's bleacher ticket windows.

Cubs single-game tickets on sale this morning
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Gangs in Brighton Park and Back of the Yards have suddenly added more lethal weapons to their arsenals— semi-automatic rifles styled after AR-15s and AK-47s whose bullets can even rip through bulletproof vests.

At least 33 rifle shootings in the last nine months have left 13 people dead.

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