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Robert Loerzel
Journalist/photographer/author . Winner of 2016 poll for Best Chicagoan to follow on Twitter.
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"Cipollone’s involvement reveals a more direct White House role in the dispute than has previously been reported."
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"White House Counsel Pat Cipollone has been engaged in the matter since shortly after the whistleblower action surfaced, officials said, helping to identify legal obstacles to the sharing of information that could be politically damaging to Trump."
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Robert Loerzel 2m
And here's , reporting much the same as
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Chicago Tribune 3h
Louis C.K. wouldn’t let audience members bring in phones or take notes during his show at Zanies in Rosemont. Somehow we managed.
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Ezra Klein 34m
That Trump felt emboldened enough to try to personally collude with a foreign government to shape the 2020 election *after* the Russia investigation is pretty good evidence that he believes there are literally no checks on him at all.
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Jennifer Jacobs 22m
Two swing states that narrowly helped deliver Trump’s victory in 2016 lost the most manufacturing jobs in the past 12 months: Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, reports
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Matthew Yglesias 13m
In Trump’s defense this sounds a lot more like extortion than collusion.
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Chris Hayes 14m
“Eight times” seems oddly specific. You’d have to a transcript or detailed notes of the call to be able to same confidently. Right?
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Mike Dorning 2h
BREAKING: 2 Key Swing States Lost The Most Factory Jobs In The Past Year: Pennsylvania and Wisconsin via
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Elyssa Cherney 15m
Breaking: SUV drives into Woodfield Mall, suspect in custody, no injuries reported, police say
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Robert Maguire 14m
Here's a Doonesbury cartoon from July 1974 to remind you that time is a flat circle
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Michael R. Bromwich 10h
Time for a new Special Counsel.
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Dr. Paul 24m
Birthday today of muckraking pioneer , born in Baltimore, MD (1878-1968). Commissioned by a socialist journal to write about the plight of meat-packing workers in , he did 7 weeks of research in the city & then wrote the novel, . 'Twas a sensation.
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(((Steve Chapman))) 25m
"Giuliani’s decline has not yet reached the madness of King Lear, but it is even more distressing to watch."
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Eric Cox 29m
: Here’s a closer look at the Sears entrance at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg. This video was taken minutes after a person drove through the shopping center in a Black SUV. Still no word from police on if anyone’s been injured. Courtesy:
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Anne Elizabeth Moore 26m
Reporting to you live from Expo Chicago where there is a *lot* of black liberation-themed artwork guarded and sold by white men in full business attire
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Notorious JTB 2h
Should’ve did the mother-in-law.
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Bill Savage 3h
My last hot dog at Johnny O’s, where they know what a guy means when he says “heavy onions.” RIP to one of Chicago’s greatest hot dog stands.
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Bill Savage 33m
You have one more day. They claim to have invented the Mother-in-Law, go for it.
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Eric Cox 49m
: A man behind the wheel of a black SUV drove through Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg Friday afternoon. He drove through Sears & damaged several other stores including Forever 21 & Hollister. Driver in police custody. Photo Courtesy: Nik Farooqui
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