Troy LaRaviere, one of the mayor’s most outspoken school critics, won three straight mayoral merit pay awards.
What if aldermen organized themselves based on the way the council actually works?
Rookie aldermen are vowing to shake up the City Council—but haven’t we heard this story before?
How money bought lots of love in Chicago’s first mayoral runoff
The skinny on what Rahm and Chuy have promised to do—and what they’ve avoided telling you
E-mails show that orders to yank the acclaimed graphic novel came from the top.
Things get nasty—and strange—in the south-side ward once led by Sandi Jackson and her husband Jesse Jackson Jr.
The firefighters union gives Mayor Rahm a little more of what he doesn’t need—money—which may help him go after Alderman Nick Sposato, the only firefighter in the council.
In the 11th Ward, another Daley is running for alderman.
Mayor Emanuel officially launches his campaign for a second term.
The smart way for City Council candidates to complete a questionnaire from the mayor’s PAC
Wealthy donors with business ties to the city keep giving to the mayor.
The Cook County Board president says she won’t challenge Rahm Emanuel.
A political action committee for Mayor Emanuel rakes in the cash.