RE-ACCOMMODATED. United Airlines passenger David Dao, dragged off a Chicago flight to make room for an employee flying standby, has a troubled past, according to the Louisville Courier-Journal.
■ Additional footage of Dao’s “re-accommodation” shows him repeating the phrase “Just kill me.”
■ New Republic reporter Clio Chang: “It matters that the United dragging victim is Asian.”
■ In China, Twitter’s counterpart has been resounding with calls for a United boycott.
■ USA Today: “How about an abject apology to everyone involved, and a vow to teach employees how to handle customers, not manhandle them?”
■ Crain’s columnist Joe Cahill: “The widely shared videos have ignited simmering customer resentments into an inferno of public outrage.”
■ Robert Reed in the Tribune: “If it was essential to get all four airline workers on that flight, then wasn’t it worth more to make a deal?”
■ Delta paid this family $11,000 not to fly.
■ The rules for bumping passengers.
■ New York magazine’s Daily Intelligencer: “The airline industry is a starving giant that’s gnawing at our economy.”
■ But United’s stock rose Monday.
RE-ACCOMMODATED. One of the Chicago Aviation Department officers involved in the passenger’s removal has been removed from the job.
■ Jimmy Kimmel’s mock United ad: “We’ll beat you so badly you’ll be using your own face as a flotation device.”
■ Mark Brown in the Sun-Times: As they push a proposal they be armed, Chicago’s aviation cops have shot themselves in the foot.
‘THEY SHOT A JUDGE.’ John Kass in the Tribune: “Judges in Chicago … don’t get shot to death outside their homes before 5 a.m. Until now.”
■ Judge Raymond Myles is remembered as “phenomenal.”
■ Police say they have some “promising leads.”
■ The case is a “grim reminder” of the threats judges face.
■ Singer/actress Janelle Monae embraces her inner Lysistrata: “Until every man is fighting for our rights, we should consider stopping having sex.”
IVANKA’S REVENGE. President Trump’s son Eric says the decision to bomb a Syrian airbase was driven in part by his sister Ivanka’s heartbreak and outrage over a nerve gas attack.
■ Secretary of State Tillerson predicts the reign of Syria’s president, Bashar Assad, is “coming to an end.”
■ Under pressure from Donald Trump, China turns up trade heat on North Korea.
■ Trump Jr. says he won’t run for New York governor after all.
■ The Los Angeles Times explains its historic series of editorials portraying the president as “uniquely dangerous.”
JOURNALISM! Working with the J. Walter Thompson ad agency, the News Literacy
■ A Tribune photographer takes a Pulitzer Prize. Other winners include:
• The Washington Post reporter whose persistent reporting on Trump’s charitable giving included tweeting photos of his notebook.
• A small-town Iowa editor who defends immigrants.
■ Full list of this year’s Pulitzer winners.
THAT FINGERPRINT SENSOR ON YOUR PHONE? Easily fooled.
■ The wife of a Russian man arrested in Spain at the request of the U.S. says he said he was told he had created a computer virus linked to Trump’s election victory.