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1 Speaker Michael Madigan must go—and here's who could follow him
2 Your Illinois News Radar » A mission taken to an absurd extreme
3 Michael Madigan and the Culture of Political Favors
4 The Joe Biden presidency: Senators Dick Durbin, Tammy Duckworth back retaining Chicago based U.S. Attorney Jo…
5 LIGHTFOOT's NARROW WIN — COOK COUNTY's BUDGET EASE — SERAFIN HOLIDAY PARTY! — KINZINGER on TRUMP
6 House Speaker Michael Madigan was supposed to be different, and was for many years. Until now.
7 Not looking good for Madigan | Rich Miller
8 Dan Rostenkowski, Lawmaker, Is Dead at 82
9 Before Trump and Blagojevich, Bill Clinton pardoned Rostenkowski and Mel Reynolds
10 Rostenkowski family compound in Noble Square for sale
11 Dan Rostenkowski estate sale includes slice of Chicago history
12 The Flynn Pardon
13 Rostenkowski home and apartments hit the market for $4.5 million
14 Home of former U.S. Rep. Rostenkowski could be turned into luxury apartments
15 James Baker, ‘The Man Who Ran Washington,’ Laments Today’s Politics
16 A quiet, overlooked revolution in congressional power | TheHill
17 Where Have All the Polish Pols Gone?
18 Madigan's still in, leaving Democrats sending mixed messages about corruption probe
19 Classic Chicago Cocktail: Blood Sport | Chicago News | WTTW
20 Rostenkowski Reflects: His Thoughts on Kennedy, Daley, Obama, and More
21 Dan Rostenkowski: Classic Chicago Pol and Bipartisan Figure
22 For Democrats, a tax lesson from Reagan: Tax wealth and work the same, across the board
23 Today in History
24 Today in history: Aug. 11 | National News | madison.com
25 This day in history, April 9, 2020 | History | news-gazette.com
26 FBI files shed light on a century of threats to Chicago politicians
27 State Senate President Cullerton to retire in January
28 A Short History of Corruption in Illinois
29 Today in History: Today is Thursday, April 9, the 100th day of 2020.
30 Letters to the Editor: Last Week’s Guest Commentary Represents Author’s Character
31 FY20 Transit Apportionments Face Automatic 12 Percent Cut
32 Rostenkowski's Legacy | Chicago News | WTTW
33 How I see the November 2020 national election – Communist Party USA
34 10 influential Chicagoans who died in the 2010s: Banks, Byrne & Ebert among them
35 Podhalanka, Wicker Park's Last Traditional Polish Restaurant, Needs Help To Get Through Coronavirus
36 Shields: Time past for Democrats to get real on health care
37 GOP captures control of Congress, Nov. 8, 1994
38 Home at last, anchorman Ray Cortopassi debuts tonight on 'Chicago's Very Own'
39 The Man Who Ran Washington review: James Baker as Republican titan from an age long gone
40 Today in History : Today is Tuesday, Aug. 11, the 224th day of 2020.
41 Debate over constitutional clause could delay Collins' trial
42 The History of Infighting in Congress
43 Justice Department says 1995 corruption ruling is wrong
44 President Donald Trump to campaign in Old Forge on Thursday
45 Gallery: Is this prison? No, it's Illinois
46 The Rod Blagojevich story: From Chicago to prison and back
47 Lois Wille, Twice a Pulitzer Winner in Her Beloved Chicago, Dies at 87
48 20 years later, a talk with Chicago's 'accidental congressman'
49 The curse of the Ways & Means gavel
50 Ex-GOP leader Bob Michel, face of decency and public service, dies
51 What Happened to Eric Holder?
52 President Trump signs legislation extending FAST Act for another year
53 Jussie Smollett lawyer Bill Quinlan on why he's representing him
54 Mike Quigley's campaign favors sporting events for fundraising
55 K Street Pants Over Potential Hot Recruits From Hill
56 From the A-Js pages: British surgeons say key human joints could be replaced by plastic, steel
57 LaHood, Krishnamoorthi: What happened in Peoria shouldnt stay in Peoria
58 Disgraced Congressman Chris Collins Will Likely Lose His Federal Pension – No Member Has Ever Been Stripped of Their Pension
59 Rep. Chris Collins joins list of indicted officials who vowed to fight but soon stood aside
60 The Democrat Who’s Supposed to Be Getting Trump’s Tax Returns Just Went to Mexico to Work on Trump’s NAFTA Deal
61 Blaser: Remembering George H.W. Bush, our greatest one-term president
62 George H.W. Bush's Letter About Hating Al Gore For Sale At Over $10k
63 How Lakefront Liberals Became Milwaukee Avenue Progressives
64 Media blasts Trump, forgets Clinton’s dicey pardons
65 Republicans used to love the sound of an angry mob. What happened?
66 Tax reform was hard for Reagan in 1986. It might be even harder for Trump today
67 Ald. Edward Burke indicted on expanded federal racketeering, bribery charges
68 Fact check: Biden voted to tax Social Security, wants to reform retirement benefits
69 John Dingell Was a Gift to America
70 Meet Grisel & Junior: As Bucktown Corner Store Shutters, Namesake Owners Share Their Story
71 Trump, Pelosi needn’t be friends to find common ground | TheHill
72 175th anniversary: St. Stanislaus Kostka: Once one of the largest parishes in nation
73 She’s been a secret weapon in Congress for 40 years. Here’s how she’s seen power change.
74 The Story Behind the Kennedy Expy., And How This Church Impacted Its Route
75 The Disturbing Process Behind Trumpcare
76 Polish Chicago: New book by Dominic Pacyga tells of city’s Poles including — łał! —Jews
77 Judd Gregg: Throw the Hail Mary on taxes | TheHill
78 Gucci Gulch Can't Hold All Lobbyists Engaged in Tax Fight
79 Trump Has Now Granted Clemency to Three People Prosecuted by James Comey’s Pal
80 Ald. Edward Burke pleads not guilty to corruption charges; mayor renews call to resign
81 Pioneer of modern redistricting dies at 75 | TheHill
82 Sam M. Gibbons, Florida Congressman, Dies at 92
83 U.S. Rep. Dave Camp, outgoing Ways and Means chairman, on unveiling of his official portrait
84 When a 2nd-Term President and a Divided Congress Made Magic
85 Auction to Feature "Politically Controversial" Historic Letters and Documents
86 For Xavier Becerra, California’s attorney general, the fight with Trump is personal
87 Judge Rejects Rod Blagojevich’s Plea for Reduced Sentence
88 Georgiana Vines: Fifty years of news coverage, politics in Knoxville
89 The Constitutional Amendment That Could Save Us From the Next Trump
90 Rangel, Attacked on Ethics, Gives Up Key Congressional Post
91 Ed Jenkins, former Democratic congressman from Georgia, dies at 78
92 This might not be the outrage Patti Blagojevich expected over Aaron Schock deal, but it’ll have to do
93 Supreme Court won’t head off former Rep. Schock's trial
94 Mike Royko: Golf, Chicago-style
95 ‘It’s going to be tough’: House Democrats appear less likely to get Trump’s tax returns before 2020 election
96 In Illinois, a Virtual Expectation of Corruption
97 Maureen Dowd: Barbara Bush's candor cut through Beltway balderdash
98 Republican Nation: The Rise
99 Notorious public corruption cases in Oregon and around the United States
100 Deals Elusive as Congress Plays a Different Game