As one of the few people I know who has watched Impeachment, I’m still struggling to figure out why I’m so relatively alone in watching it. Obsessively watching it, I might add. As in having eagerly awaited every new episode, and then rewatching key scenes. Impeachment: American Crime Story being Ryan Murphy’s ten-part series on […]
Also, a divorce between Jesse Jackson Jr. and Sandi Jackson appears inevitable, says Jackson Jr.
Also, a judge has banned Dennis Hastert from unsupervised contact with minors and porn.
Also, Alderman Ray Lopez wants to overhaul the “deeply flawed” CPD gang database.
Also, Hispanics are now the second-largest racial/ethnic group in Chicago.
Also, Attorney General Sessions slams Emanuel, Chicago yet again.
Also, Pritzker and Rauner are raking in millions for the 2018 gubernatorial race.
Also, city treasurer Kurt Summers decides against running for governor.
Also, how the feds built a case against former U.S. House speaker Dennis Hastert.
Also, local immigration officials are now detaining deportees in Kankakee County instead of suburban Broadview.
Politicians making a buck on their offices is nothing new here.
Also, an alderman who has spoken out about the city’s aggressive squirrels landed in the hospital after a bike accident involving a “suicide bomber” squirrel.
Also, Rahm’s taking questions from the public for a radio town hall next week.
Also, even Ashton Kutcher couldn’t convince the City Council not to pass Airbnb regulations.
Also, Dennis Hastert appears to be the highest-ranking U.S. elected official to spend time behind bars.