by Carimah Townes Dec 7, 2015
"It was a lie that I thought it was a gun."
by Kira Lerner Dec 7, 2015
Chicago police are at the center of a decades-long pattern of abuse and cover-ups.
by Alan Pyke Dec 4, 2015
The bawdy, rollicking movie still treats inner-city struggles with appropriate gravity, and deserves a large audience despite -- or because of -- its frustrating central message.
by Aviva Shen Dec 1, 2015
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is also facing calls to resign.
by Alan Pyke Nov 25, 2015
Charging the cop who killed Laquan McDonald with murder is only the first step to addressing Chicago's public failures surrounding that 2014 shooting.
by Aviva Shen Nov 24, 2015
It took 400 days and an expensive legal battle to make the video public.
by Carimah Townes Nov 24, 2015
State's Attorney Anita Alvarez makes shocking move ahead of controversial video's release
by Casey Quinlan Sep 2, 2015
The Chicago hunger strikers are taking their fight to save a high school to Washington D.C.
by Alan Pyke Sep 1, 2015
The publicly-built, privately-managed Chicago Skyway is the fastest way to vacation destinations on the shore.
by Alan Pyke Aug 12, 2015
Chicago's public school system has a more than $1 billion budget hole, and plans to fill it in with workers' money.