The pop tax repeal only puts off the inevitable.
The latest Daley to run for office attracts the interest—and checks—of many of the city’s powerful
Can Alexi Giannoulias shake off the problems plaguing his family’s bank to win Obama’s old Senate seat?
Mayor Daley says he’s not raising property taxes. But he is. Here’s how.
The race for Cook County Board president is starting to look like another free-for-all.
He won’t confirm he’s “Senate Candidate 5,” but Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. makes it clear he’d really like to join the world’s most exclusive club.
Cook County commissioner Larry Suffredin still says his vote for the county tax hike was a good decision.
Was flip-flopping on the Cook County budget Larry Suffredin’s best option?
Jesse Jackson Jr.’s endorsement alone doesn’t get you very far.
What’s behind Anita Alvarez’s victory in the state’s attorney primary?
He’s got plenty of experience and he’s beholden to no one. Why doesn’t anyone take Tommy Brewer seriously?
There’s lots of money flowing into the coffers of the candidates for state’s attorney . . .
Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. declines to endorse his lifelong friend Howard Brookins Jr. for Cook County state’s attorney.