Protect Our Parks wants to put the brakes on the Obama Center groundbreaking.
A City Council vote on Charles Green’s lawsuit settlement was postponed.
The west side teen was a human being, not just another statistic, and he deserves a better tribute than this.
A Q&A with the Chicago-born investigative reporter, who returns to town October 9 for a live taping of his political podcast Intercepted.
Also, a judge has banned Dennis Hastert from unsupervised contact with minors and porn.
Sharon Fairley spoke with the Invisible Institute’s Jamie Kalven—and a room of Chicagoans sick of waiting for police reform.
Also, independent journalist Jamie Kalven sues the CPD for refusing to release the Laquan McDonald police misconduct records.
The Chicago defense attorney sees police officers accused of misconduct as “the ultimate underdog.”
An Nobel Prize-winning chemist, a 12-year-old theater critic, an American Ninja Warrior stuntman, and more extraordinary Chicagoans
Also, Senator Mark Kirk calls Trump “a malignant clown” after leaked audio comments.
But options for blocking biggest cop data dump in history are dwindling.
Also, don’t expect to fly directly from Chicago to Havana any time soon.
Also, authorities believe a preteen is stealing phones in the Loop.
Jamie Kalven wins a Ridenhour Courage Prize.
The Invisible Institute founder is being honored not only for what he reported but for what he predicted.