by Casey Quinlan Apr 4, 2016
The reasons behind the strike are complicated.
by Casey Quinlan Apr 1, 2016
Fast food workers decided to join forces with the Chicago Teachers Union on Friday.
by Kira Lerner Mar 15, 2016
Anita Alvarez was heavily involved in Chicago's scandalous police culture.
by Carimah Townes Mar 15, 2016
After years of criminalizing children, Anita Alvarez may finally get the boot.
by Alice Ollstein & Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Mar 12, 2016
“We were going to make our voices heard, but be positive and nonviolent."
by Kiley Kroh Mar 12, 2016
"I think this not a good group -- really spiteful of First Amendment rights," Trump said of protesters that prompted him to cancel a campaign event in Chicago on Friday night.
by Aviva Shen Jan 14, 2016
This time, the teenager's name was not Laquan McDonald but Cedrick Chatman.
by Andrew Breiner Dec 28, 2015
As the Chicago Police Department promises reform, a resident is accidentally shot and killed.
by Patrick Smith Dec 26, 2015
This shooting comes just two days after protesters staged a massive demonstration over police shootings in the city.
by Alan Pyke Dec 11, 2015
What did Rahm know, and when did he know it?