Hundreds of Chicagoans demonstrated downtown after a leaked draft of a SCOTUS draft decision threatened abortion rights.
The deaths once again bring an epidemic of violence against the community close to home.
Activists say Illinois’s law that makes it illegal to expose others to HIV is racist and homophobic. Now they’re close to changing it.
Ben Joravsky offers predictions for the 2018 midterm elections—including those for both houses of Congress.
Also, Chicago’s private-sector job market is booming.
Also, Kwame Raoul, Gery Chico, others express interest in replacing Lisa Madigan as attorney general.
The Illinois state senator defends his proposal to enact stricter sentences for repeat gun-offenders, and laxer ones for non-violent first-time offenders.
Also, CPD top cop Eddie Johnson is frustrated with Springfield for failing to stiffen punishments for repeat gun offenders.
The city continues to pursue policies that advance inequity.
Also, state senator Kwame Raoul advocates for increasing sentences for repeat gun-crime offenders.
Other convicts who may have been tortured into confessing are out of luck, an appellate panel rules.
Mike Madigan says the Freedom of Information Act doesn’t apply to him.
As he prepared for reelection, Rahm Emanuel decided that more and more of his doings are none of your business.
Dismantling the stigma of guns
The county board president has a beef with longtime ally Kwame Raoul