Chicago Sun-Times

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The Chicago Sun-Times is a daily newspaper published in Chicago, Illinois. Beginning as the Chicago Evening Journal in 1844, it has survived being sold and re-branded multiple times, ending up with its current name in 1948.[1] The paper has won eight Pulitzer Prizes. It currently counts Roger Ebert among its writing staff, and Robert Novak was a long-time employee as well.

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  1. Chicago history