A decline in the murder rate has been uneven in Chicago, increasing the gap between different parts of the city.
Middle-class positions disappeared during the recession and they’re not coming back even as the economy adds jobs.
Chicago Booth statisticians do the math on the NHL's overpaid or undervalued players.
Spectrograms help explain the complex color of the singer’s ever-changing sound.
Partisan beliefs shape perceptions of reality.
Sorting success from failure in the recent cultural-project building boom.
Centuries ago, falling temperatures across Europe spelled danger for suspected witches.
A bookcase full of potboilers, mysteries, satires—and even some great books—have the same backdrop: the University of Chicago.
As fans flock to new music, some surprising cities lead the way.
A Chicago astrophysicist calculates the fastest way to get airplane passengers into their seats.