Jessica Disu didn’t always consider herself a police abolitionist, but an appearance on Fox News in 2016 made her the face of the movement. In a Reader article that same year she said, “our police is not working—we need to replace it with something new.”
A new drama about the Ted Kennedy scandal seeks a mass audience in a politically polarized climate.
But you can’t escape the zone of truth.
Laying down the law post Charlottesville, and more
Retired UIC professor and author Bill Ayers says modern revolutionaries also don’t have to look to the 1960s for inspiration.
Donald Trump’s River North edifice, recently an object of playful scorn, is now a monolithic reminder of a sobering reality.
Also, Hillary Clinton isn’t close to raising as much money in Chicago as Barack Obama did in 2008.
Amazon’s brick-and-mortar store in Wrigleyville is just the latest example of tech’s “Frightful Five” remaking our world.
Also, crime in Lakeview is on the rise in 2016, but it’s still safer than a decade ago.
Fresh off his success with George H.W. Bush, Ailes got behind Lynn Martin’s quest for a Senate seat.
For nearly 25 years, she felt like a lone voice. That changed after former Fox anchor Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit against Ailes.
Will he ever have a love life, or is his being trans the problem? Plus: Should the fiance of a thrice-married serial cheater be warned? and “How can we stop the dumbing down of our society by Fox News?”
Is defense of Fields genuine solidarity or ax-grinding by partisanship?
The conspiracy-minded premise of The X-Files has aged much worse than its cast.
Fox News published a barbecue list that’s as white as a cream cheese sandwich at a D.A.R. tea.