WEINERS ON THE MOVE.
■ Ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner, whose sexting put him in the middle of Hillary Clinton’s election failure, has
■ The Oscar Mayer
KEEPING TRUMP HAPPY. As the president begins his trip around the world, his hosts are hoping to meet his expectations. TL;DR version: Please pass the steak and ketchup.
■ How fired FBI boss James Comey tried to keep Trump at a distance.
■ Lawfare editor and Comey friend Benjamin Wittes: “What James Comey Told Me About Donald Trump.”
■ Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson: Trump thinks he’s under attack. That’s dangerous.
HIGHER ILLINOIS INCOME TAX? The respected Civic Committee of the Commercial Club of Chicago says raising the personal rate to 5 percent from 3.75 is key to digging the state out of its financial hole.
■ BMO Harris bank admits to sending some customers others’ names, addresses, account numbers, fund amounts and final four Social Security digits.
JUST LIKE MURDER. The case of disgraced ex-U.S. House Speaker and “serial child molester” Dennis Hastert has prompted Illinois lawmakers to send the governor a bill eliminating statutes of limitations for all child sex abuse crimes.
WHEN ‘COLLEGE PREP’ ISN’T. A Tribune analysis of millions of classes taken by tens of thousands of Illinois high school students concludes those taking only general courses in main subjects were unprepared for college—partly because a push to improve graduation rates created courses that weren’t tough enough.
■ Mayor Emanuel’s plan to get Chicago schools through the end of the year: More borrowing.
REDEFINING THE ‘F.’ A reporter who tried to ask FCC commissioners questions was manhandled by security guards.
■ … After the FCC voted to reverse the Obama administration’s 2015 “net neutrality” rule.
■ RedState.com’s Neil Stevens applauds: “We can get back to rolling out home fiber optic internet, just as we were doing when Obama’s regulations froze that investment. Better speeds for more people.”
A MONTH IN BREAKING NEWS. What 30 days of alerts from some of the nation’s largest journalism organizations looks like, visualized by the Post.
■ A New York Times columnist writes admiringly of the Post’s reinvention of itself.
■ NPR recaps (another) week in which the news just hasn’t stopped.
■ Margaret Sullivan: The media are still embarrassing themselves covering Trump.
■ Arrested Development’s creator announces more shows: “Stories about a narcissistic, erratically-behaving family in the building business … are really underrepresented on TV these days.”
HAMILTON’S SEXY LETTER. A note Alexander Hamilton wrote to his then-fiancee in 1780 is going on display this week in Chicago—and can be yours as part of a set going for $2.3 million dollars.
‘TRIUMPHANT’ REBIRTH. Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin praises the restoration of the world-renowned landmark Unity Temple in Oak Park. (Compare to Chicago Public Square’s video tour in March.)
■ A new Chicago Shake Shack is set to open Wednesday—just steps from a CTA L station.
DUELING ‘ALIEN: COVENANT’ REVIEWS.
■ Best “Alien” movie since “Aliens.”
■ “Maddeningly uneven.”