The group rejected the mainstream gay rights movement and kept alive the spirit of radical LGBTQ+ activism.
Two bills introduced in the state legislature are “a smack in the face,” says one torture survivor.
An effort by the Fraternal Order of Police to prosecute survivors for telling their stories is an all-to-common abuse tactic.
Monthlong exhibition will feature designs for a future memorial organizers are committed to building despite a lack of city funding.
A Q&A with the Chicago-born investigative reporter, who returns to town October 9 for a live taping of his political podcast Intercepted.
The tension at Wildwood Elementary comes as the Jon Burge police torture curriculum is rolled out across the district.
In 2006 John Conroy reported an incredible story about how the Jon Burge torture scandal continues to reverberate in the judiciary
In death, the totalitarian political parasite became a folk hero.
After a City Council setback, the #NoCopAcademy campaign reflects on strategy—and aldermen on both sides of the issue respond.
Also, Rauner signs automatic voter registration and immigration bills.
Martin Preib has accused Chicago journalists of being in cahoots with Northwestern University and others to vilify cops.
Also, former Mayor Daley is scheduled for deposition in January in a Jon Burge-related torture lawsuit.
Trump passes on the bouquet to Ricketts scion Todd, bids him to say hello to the folks.
Also, Senator Mark Kirk calls Trump “a malignant clown” after leaked audio comments.
The U.S. attorney’s suit against Officer Marco Proano is just one of a host of legal challenges facing CPD.