This Week’s Biggest Gainers:
Senator Obama landed the first blow—winning the Iowa caucus.
The White Sox acquired the slugging outfielder from the Oakland A’s.
Mayor Daley changed his mind, saying he would keep an “open mind” to the idea of selling Wrigley Field, which would bank Zell a massive up-front payment.
Dubya came to town, giving Da Mare a chance to whisper about Olympic aspirations.
Despite a woefully disappointing season with the Bears, both coach Lovie Smith and team GM Jerry Angelo expressed wishes to bring back Sexy Rexy next year.
This Week’s Biggest Losers:
Not so “inevitable,” is it?
The shamed dirty cop got twenty-five years in the slammer.
The fast-food entrepreneur reported to prison in Minnesota, there to serve thirty-three months for fraud and perjury.
The Chicago-based airline reported its worst December in its eighty-year life-span, citing excessive ice and snow as the culprits.
The West Side man was charged with murder after he, while attending a party, stabbed another partygoer in the head with a screwdriver.