After months of requests and an order from the state, Mayor Emanuel’s police department finally coughs up a few details about its undercover police spy investigations of ordinary citizens.
Through FOIA requests, activist confirms that cops investigated foes of the games in 2009.
Authorities have conducted surveillance on activists in recent years but won’t say why.
By appointing Bill Daley to his transition team, Governor-elect Rauner didn’t take long to demonstrate that it’s business as usual in the state of Illinois.
While closing clinics, the city found money for spying on protesters.
She bridges the divide between activists and corporate media.
Karen Lewis, president of the Chicago Teachers Union
Geneva body rejects Tribune domain name complaint
Protesters march toward downtown
This most recent installment of our weekly Variations on a Theme blog series is devoted to things that just aren’t fair
Our fifth annual Photo Issue: money
Christmas Carol update Occupy My Heart at Studio BE through Thursday.
Occupy Columbia College, noon to 2:00 PM today and Wednesday
An indie-rock mix tape from Moritat?
Ben Joravsky reflects on his experience speaking at Occupy Chicago.