Chicago has quietly expanded the surveillance technology’s footprint—but it’s still disproportionately listening to Black and Brown communities.
Staffers picketed Reader co-owner Leonard C. Goodman’s Lakeview home in support of the city’s oldest free alt-weekly.
Three stories from the front lines of the 2020 protests, when the bridges went up and the statues came down
“It sounded like the way I thought democracy was supposed to work.”
We likely won’t see the 75 percent cut that organizers have asked for, but there are some proposals on the table.
A Q&A with the designer of the People’s Budget bus tour
A guide to who holds the power and purse strings when it comes to Chicago’s money
Budget season is here but it’s more dogged than usual. How will the city recover from a nearly billion-dollar budget gap?
A database matches rental properties with owners, whether they like it or not.
What happened in Englewood in the three crucial hours after the police shooting of Latrell Allen
“I’m fighting for my future, I’m fighting for my safety, I’m fighting for the people who come after me.”