Was Anthony Porter guilty all along? Anita Alvarez says she’ll look into it.
A former investigator of police misconduct tackles the questions she never asked.
Gregory Miskiw has turned up in scandals in London and Chicago
The reporter who’s spent 20 years investigating the police torture kingpin on why the perjury verdict surprised even him.
Alton Logan, convicted of a murder the real killer’s lawyers knew he hadn’t done, is formally declared innocent after 26 years in prison.
John Kass calls out Mayor Daley on his role in the Burge torture scandal.
Did Mayor Daley, in his role as state’s attorney during the CPD torture scandal, turn a blind eye to the issue? Or was it the system?
This morning Jon Burge was charged with perjury and obstruction of justice over his Area 2 police-torture testimony.
How many other Alton Logans are there?
“60 Minutes” tells the story, but only part, of Alton Logan and the lawyers who let him go to jail knowing he was innocent.
They seem to have decided that if they couldn’t indict, they shouldn’t bother to accuse.
The Rostenkowski Rules If Donald Barlett worked in Chicago, Dan Rostenkowski would be running even more scared than he is. One of America’s great investigative reporters, Barlett and his partner James Steele have portrayed the congressman in damning terms. But Barlett and Steele don’t write for Rostenkowski’s constituents on the northwest side of Chicago. Their […]
Torture by Electroshock: Could it happen in a Chicago police station? Did it happen at Area 2?