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  • Former football analyst Craig James sues Fox Sports for religious discrimination

    Former football analyst Craig James sues Fox Sports for religious discrimination

    Former college football television analyst Craig James sued Fox Sports on Monday for religious discrimination, saying the network fired him two years ago for expressing his views against gay marriage while running for the U.S. Senate.

  • 'Can't get my black girl panties in a bunch' over Hulk Hogan dropping the N-word

    'Can't get my black girl panties in a bunch' over Hulk Hogan dropping the N-word

    Unless you live under a rock or have somehow managed to live life free of social media, you have probably heard by now that, eight years ago, Hulk Hogan went on a racist rant and dropped the n-bomb a bunch of times. Initially, I was shocked. My dad and I loved Hulk Hogan when I was growing up,...

  • Michigan Avenue group hosting inaugural Halloween parade

    Michigan Avenue group hosting inaugural Halloween parade

    Downtown Chicago is getting dressed up for Halloween.

  • Plastic bag ban causes confusion

    Plastic bag ban causes confusion

    Chicago's plastic bag ban may have been heavily anticipated for months, but it still proved a surprise for some supermarket shoppers at the checkout over the weekend.

  • Best new movies

    Best new movies

    Reviews of recent favorites like 'Mission: Impossible--Rogue Nation,' 'Ant-Man,' 'Amy,' 'Magic Mike XXL,' 'The Overnight,' 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,' 'Results,' 'Love & Mercy,' 'Spy,' 'Mad Max: Fury Road,' 'Welcome to Me,' 'Clouds of Sils Maria,' 'While We're Young,' 'Woman in Gold,' 'Insurgent,'...

  • Chicago to net $16 million for Malcolm X site

    Chicago to net $16 million for Malcolm X site

    The city of Chicago expects to net about $16 million from the sale of the Malcolm X College site to the Blackhawks and Rush University after paying roughly $8 million to tear down the building, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration said Monday.

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