Three ride-hailing firms agreed Thursday to pay $10.46 million to the city of Chicago, acknowledging they failed to follow the city’s ordinance for vetting drivers. Elvert Barnes / Flickr

Uber, Lyft, Via Agree To Pay City $10.4 Million For Failing To Properly Vet Drivers

The Daily Line: Uber will pay $6.4 million, while Lyft will pay approximately $4 million, the mayor’s office announced.

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Was This Your Bar Mitzvah? 1955 Photo Album Found In A Jewel Inspires Search For Mystery Family

The album commemorates the bar mitzvah of "William," who would now be about 76. It was found atop craft beer at the Jewel in Andersonville.

Going To The Movies? Here’s What To See (And Skip) This Weekend

A classic children's book gets it's chance on screen, remembering a comedic legend and more. Third Coast Review breaks down your options.

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