The U.S. had an assault weapons ban: What happened?
Also, the police department hires an official to help implement reforms.
Also, Senator Mark Kirk offers tepid support for the “river boat gamble” Donald Trump.
Also, Loop robberies escalate with a stabbing in front of a hotel.
Asked if the senator would support Donald Trump, Kirk’s spokesman said, “We’re going to wait until July.”
The Chicago police, Dick Durbin, the Alliance Francaise de Chicago, and others respond to news of the shootings and explosions in France.
Leave it to one of the mayor’s Republican backers—Senator Mark Kirk—to use the Detroit analogy to try to scare white Chicagoans into voting for Rahm.
Amid charges of intimidation and Ebola fear-mongering, the bitter race for governor is likely to be determined by turnout in Chicago.
An ex-con and former alderman and an embattled state rep seek forgiveness as they aim to stay in politics.
The year in politics: Our third annual awards for political “achievement”
An analysis of Senator Mark Kirk’s “analysis” of how charter high schools rank in Chicago
Local filmmakers Julian Hayda and Father Myron Panchuk document the squatters living within the “Zone of Alienation” around the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and the failed reactor’s crumbling container, in their documentary “Block Four: Chernobyl 2011,” screening Thursday 4/28 at the Chicago Cultural Center.
Who won, and who would have won, on Election Day.
Illinois voters vote twice for one Senate seat today
If Illinois Democrats take their expected beating today, it’s not all Blagojevich’s fault.