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Opinion: Two New Yorkers, One Lesson for our Time

By John F. Di Leo, Opinion ContributorNew York’s WABC-TV morning show just lost one of its anchors. Ken Rosato, a news personality with twenty...

Local Teens Turn in Assault Rifles, Thousands of Rounds of Ammunition to Southside Violence Prevention Organization in Exchange for Job Opportunities

By Illinois Review On Monday, southside-based violence prevention organization, Ex-Cons for Community and Social Change (ECCSC) held a press conference at their Chicago headquarters...

Mayor Keith Pekau Playing Favorites, Hires Big Campaign Donor Who Also Donated to Lightfoot, to Develop Orland Park Land Deal Worth $253M

By Illinois ReviewIt pays to be friends with Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau, literally, as one local realty firm has discovered, when last March,...

Opinion: Headlines and Hiding Places – Reporting on Chicagoland Crime

By John F. Di Leo, Opinion Contributor It was a cold Wednesday evening in late January, and Curtis Lyons of Maywood, age 37, was...

Di Leo: New Year, New Dangers, as Retail Suffers

By John F. Di Leo, Opinion ContributorAs a new year dawns, we can’t help but look back on recent changes, and wonder what changes...

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot stripped my press credentials—I’m suing to get them back

By William J. Kelly, New York Post It’s been three months since Chicago Mayor Lightfoot stripped me of my Chicago media credentials. I’m still waiting...

Di Leo: Who Are Today’s Political Parties? What Do They Want?

By John F. Di Leo -  In the 1996 film, "Independence Day," the President of the United States attempts to communicate with a representative of...


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