This Week’s Biggest Gainers
The White Sox skipper guided his team to ten wins in the team’s last twelve games.
The presidential hopeful convincingly won the Oregon primary, securing the majority of pledged delegates in the race for the Democratic nomination.
The Bulls GM received the gift of the highly unlikely first pick in the upcoming NBA draft, which he might use on…
…the Memphis point guard and Chicago native, who grew up cheering for MJ and the Bulls.
Dr. Henry “Indiana” Jones, Jr.
The professor, archaeologist and University of Chicago alumnus saw the fourth installment of his film series gross more than $140 million at the box office over Memorial Day weekend.
This Week’s Biggest Losers
The Park Ridge native and presidential hopeful lost the Oregon primary and took major heat for mentioning the Robert Kennedy assassination when asked about staying in the race.
The murder suspect turned himself in to police on a gun charge.
The ex-governor’s final appeal, a last bid to get out of prison, was denied.
The Bulls forward was arrested in Florida for possession of marijuana.
Da Mare’s received a “very, very vicious” threatening letter from a man suspected of, earlier, setting fire to his Michigan home.