While most of you were probably not paying attention, another Republican announced he was running for governor. That makes four. Or five if you count Mancow, who had talked about running. I don’t blame you for not paying attention to the Republican primary for governor—as the election’s not until June of 2022. Gubernatorial primaries used […]
The committee responded to blowback against its inclusion of Washington, Lincoln, and Grant statues on the list for possible removal.
Several statues along the shoreline are being reevaluated for possible removal.
Look for the mayor to blame the budget deficit on Rahm but not Lincoln Yards.
A second term by our current governor would feature more of the same thing: union bashing, budget slashing, school privatization, etc.
A classic tale of Chicago corruption, and also of rabbinical law, frontier justice, and the city’s first murder
There are plenty of reasons to visit a burial ground besides paying respects to a loved one.
A profile of the owner of the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop reveals the depths of his obsession with our 16th president.
The animosity between Illinois’s largest city and its smaller towns is almost as old as the state itself.
Also, Chance the Rapper slams Emanuel’s plan to build $95 million police training academy.
Also, Kwame Raoul, Gery Chico, others express interest in replacing Lisa Madigan as attorney general.
A dual-sided look at health care and an electrifying study of heroism are among this week’s best bets.
Also, Wyndham Lathem is “trying to remain hopeful” in Cook County Jail.
Also, Michael Bloomberg’s super PAC is bankrolling TV and radio ads in support of the soda tax.
Also, Pat Quinn returns to the state capitol for the unveiling of his official portrait.