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It’s been 17 years since Patricia Wilkins arrived in Ghana to answer what she believed to be a calling to do missionary work in Africa, Maudlyne Ihejirika writes.

Brooklyn native gave up everything, now serves poor in Ghana

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yesterday at 21:57. Facebook
Mark Giangreco is expected to inject his opinions and humor in an appropriate way, except, of course, when he doesn’t, columnist Neil Steinberg says.

Steinberg: Mark Giangreco busted for groping at the Twitter orgy

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Joseph Wapner's affable, no-nonsense approach attracted many fans, putting the show in the top five in syndication at its peak.

Joseph Wapner of "The People's Court" dies at 97

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Many in Ghana expressed a souring on President Barack Obama — a son of Africa, whose father was Kenyan — over the course of his eight-year administration.

In west Africa, Trump — not Obama — a beacon of hope

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FRUSTRATED: Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson says he was promised a state crime bill in January.

CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson still waiting on state crime bill

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yesterday at 18:25. Facebook
Training and an enhanced dispatch system helped identify nearly five times more crisis-intervention events in 2016 as in 2015, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office said.

All 911 city dispatchers now trained in mental health awareness

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yesterday at 16:50. Facebook
Some stars are likely to take aim at President Donald Trump on Hollywood’s biggest night. There is lots of anticipation over what Meryl Streep will be saying, columnist Lynn Sweet writes.

Before Oscars, Trump attacks New York Times Academy Awards ad

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Actor Bill Paxton's family says the actor died from complications after surgery.

Actor Bill Paxton dead at 61, reports say

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yesterday at 14:30. Facebook
Powerful Illinois state senator says he stays away from his law firm's lucrative business handling legal work for state agencies, public employee pension funds and local governments whose citizens he represents in the Senate.

THE WATCHDOGS: Senator’s law firm cashes in on state deals

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Rick Morrissey: The Bulls don't seem to have a plan and aren't making beneficial moves for the team's future.

When it comes to the Bulls, the joke's on us once again

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Now that Kyle Schwarber is healthy for a full season, Joe Maddon and his teammates are intrigued to see what he might produce for the Cubs.

Can Schwarber go from legend of the fall to early riser for Cubs?

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yesterday at 12:40. Facebook
Jimmy Butler gets a triple-double with 18 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds leading the Bulls to their fourth straight win, while the current culture of the organization still remains under question.

Bulls win fourth straight and continue defending their culture

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02/25/2017 at 23:03. Facebook
Muhammad Ali's son was questioned by immigrations officials about his Muslim faith at a Florida airport earlier this month as he returned from a Black History Month event in Jamaica.

Muhammad Ali's son detained at airport: 'Are you Muslim?'

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02/25/2017 at 21:19. Facebook
The National Democratic Committee has chosen former U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez to lead the party. He beat Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison in a close round of voting Saturday in Atlanta. Perez, the first Latino to hold the post, has a big job ahead of him, with the GOP controlling Congress, the White House and 2/3s of the statehouses.

Democrats elect Perez party chairman on second ballot

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02/25/2017 at 19:56. Facebook
After her husband died suddenly, Jolyn Robichaux stepped in to run the South Side ice cream company he had led, growing the business and eventually winning an award from then-Vice President George H.W. Bush. One of her few disappointments? The black-eyed pea ice cream that never took off.

Jolyn Robichaux, built Chicago's Baldwin Ice Cream, dead at 88

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02/25/2017 at 18:28. Facebook
Syrian cinematographer Khaled Khateeb was going to be at tomorrow's Oscars in hopes of seeing the documentary he worked on win in the category Best Documentary Short. But he's not being allowed into the country.

Syrian who worked on nominated film can't attend Oscars

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02/25/2017 at 17:45. Facebook
Meet Tanvi Sheth and Monica James. They just want to be treated like everyone else, writes columnist Mark Brown. "When they go to the bathroom, they’re not trying to make a political statement or get a sneak peek. They use the bathroom for the same reason the rest of us do. All they want is for a society that has long tried to ignore their existence to accept them as they are."

Brown: They just want to go to the bathroom

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02/25/2017 at 17:15. Facebook
Birth dates, medical conditions and other confidential information about Chicago Public Schools students was kept on unsecured web documents that anyone could see - until Sun-Times reporter Lauren FitzPatrick asked officials about the apparent privacy breach.

CPS privacy breach bared confidential student information

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02/25/2017 at 16:51. Facebook
President Donald Trump was back on Twitter this morning, commenting on the national debt, raucous town halls, the stock market and journalists.

Trump grabs credit for economy, bashes media in Saturday Tweets

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02/25/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
This powerful Illinois legislator says he avoids voting on matters that would directly affect his law firm’s clients — but he voted to help government pension funds like those his firm represents.

THE WATCHDOGS: Senator’s law firm cashes in on state deals

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