When police use deadly force or experience trauma, Chicago Police Chaplains Ministry director Father Dan Brandt helps officers cope.
How the GOP candidate for governor compares with other political figures who like to push people around.
While closing clinics, the city found money for spying on protesters.
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Photo Issue 2012: reader-submitted images honoring Chicago’s quiet-but-worthy moments
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is preparing to announce his support for a plan to soften penalties for marijuana possession
The mayor remains silent as Chicago police tie up 175 officer hours a day arresting people for marijuana possession
And again: Chicago still hasn’t received any federal money for NATO summit
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As the police ranks shrink in the first year under Rahm Emanuel, mayoral aides get higher pay
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Style tips for office workers caught in the crossfire
The city of Chicago still hasn’t received any federal funds for the NATO summit