Opinion

With primaries now underway, Democrats need to change their strategy. The party’s reluctance to avoid the pitfall of identity politics — the focus on racial, gender and sexual identities rather than key policy issues — …

Chicago

Thousands of Chicagoans — including a marching band, Chicago Public Schools (CPS) teachers and retirees — protested President Donald Trump Monday, during his first visit to Chicago since he assumed office. Some protestors also argued …

Opinion

President Donald Trump’s decision to remove troops from northern Syria leaves the Kurdish people vulnerable to attack and weakens the U.S.’ status as global allies. President Trump and his administration declared Oct. 6 they will …

Opinion

Last week the Trump administration announced it will ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes as a result of the rising number of hospitalizations linked to vaping. The use of e-cigarettes has continued to rise among …

Opinion

Voters who think re-electing President Donald Trump in 2020 will make America great again are in for a rude awakening, as it makes them racist and against the betterment of the nation. In 2016, Trump’s …

Opinion

It’s undoubtedly fact America has been in the face of political turmoil for quite some time now. Every year, our political parties polarize more, and as of November, our government was yet again divided, with …

Opinion

Blunders, secrets and bad press have snowballed into a mess of disorder and the apparent crumbling of President Donald Trump’s administration. Trump’s staff members are resigning, being forced out of the White House or being  …

Nation & World

For Loyola student Seliah McCasland, the nearly month-long partial federal government shutdown means more than a failed agreement on the federal budget. Instead, it means a canceled backpacking trip, a Christmas Eve spent away from …