The defense in former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky’s sex abuse trial rested its case Wednesday morning without calling its client to testify on his own behalf—though, the jury had heard from Sandusky, indirectly.
Last weekend was a bloody one: More than 50 shootings were reported, nearly 20 percent of those were fatal. Summer after summer, Chicagoans are consumed by violence and a seemingly exponential murder rate.
When former GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann outed herself as a dual U.S.-Swiss citizen last month, it sparked a conversation about citizenship in a globalized world: Can dual citizens also be good Americans?
Communication is paramount to the success of most relationships—especially in the case of doctors and patients, where some emerging evidence suggests that good communication with a patient can lead to better health outcomes.
Frank Deford spent a half century in the business and, it seems, the clock is still running on his historic career. His new memoir, Over Time, is therefor aptly titled as Deford’s career has certainly surpassed regulation.
On Wednesday's Afternoon Shift we're taking a long, hard, non-creepy look at our neighbors. As many communities move online, we want to know what’s happened to our relationships with the people and places on our streets.