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Rauner Apologizes For Emails Insulting Teachers

Gov. Bruce Rauner said comments in an email five years ago calling some CPS teachers “virtually illiterate” were “inaccurate” and “intemperate”.
July 22, 2016

NPR

Hillary Clinton Picks Tim Kaine As Running Mate

The Virginia senator is a loyal ally who can help reach out to Hispanics and may be able to woo disaffected independents turned off by Do...
July 23, 2016

Editor’s List

Sharing Beds, Delegates and Steak with Kasich

WBEZ's politics reporters Tony Arnold and Lauren Chooljian hit Cleveland for the RNC, and boy, what a week it has been.
July 21, 2016

Code Switch

Study: Digital Divide Between Latinos And Whites Is Shrinking

After years of lagging behind other ethnic groups when it comes to accessing the Internet, the "digital divide" between Latinos and white...
July 22, 2016

StoryCorps Chicago

StoryCorps Chicago: “What Is Justice?”

Lisa Daniels’ son was killed four years ago. But she’s made her peace with the person accused of shooting him.
July 22, 2016

WBEZ News

Anti-Police Brutality Activist Works With Cops To Stop Gun Violence

Ja’Mal Green, 20, is cooperating with Chicago officers to stop gun violence just after his release from electronic monitoring for alleged...
July 22, 2016

WBEZ News

Judge Orders Illinois to Reconsider Migraines for Marijuana Use

A judge is ordering Illinois to reconsider putting migraines on the list of approved conditions for the state’s medical marijuana program.
July 22, 2016

Editor’s List

Radiolab 101

In case you haven't heard the show’s earliest and oddest, here are some of their out-of-this-world gems.
July 18, 2016

WBEZ News

The latest news and feature stories from WBEZ Chicago.
July 22, 2016

Editor’s List

Heat Of The Moment

Climate change will alter the lives of everyone on earth. It’s changing how people live and eat. It’s reshaping national economies. It’s ...
April 27, 2016

Morning Shift

A dynamic mix of news, culture and music in Chicago. Hosted by Tony Sarabia. From WBEZ.
July 22, 2016

Worldview

Immigration, Race And Policing In The U.S.

Worldview discusses how immigrants influenced race relations and the Chicago police force.
July 21, 2016

Curious City

Ask questions, vote and discover answers about Chicago, the region and its people. From WBEZ.
July 18, 2016

Nerdette

Interviews with your favorite authors, artists, astronauts and more. From WBEZ.
June 23, 2016

This American Life

Each week, a new theme and a variety of stories on that theme. Hosted by Ira Glass.
July 18, 2016

Invisibilia

Stories about the invisible forces that control human behavior: ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions. From NPR.
June 24, 2016

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