Halloween Ends is notable mainly for its cockamamie plot and its reverence for the original.
Republican strategists think they can win over the Black vote by trashing Justice Jackson.
Written shortly after Nixon’s resignation, James Brown’s “Funky President (People It’s Bad)” speaks to today’s political corruption too.
Aaron Sorkin rewrites Chicago history to help beat Trump.
Learning to love the never-Trump crowd at the Lincoln Project
Centrist Dems are using the 1972 election to scare voters away from Bernie.
And it asks the question, which details from the current administration will still matter 20 years from now?
In a surprise decision, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has announced he won’t seek a third term in office.
An interview with the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, who discusses his Chicago origin story and more.
Oh, the good old days when a former president admitted to criminal complicity on prime-time television!
Five very long film masterpieces.
How conservatives preempted rent control before the public was ready to talk about it.
Also, a mayoral aide says that CPS needs $596 rather than $129 million to finish 2016-2017 school year.
By sacking Comey, Trump shows a defiance of FBI investigators that even Nixon didn’t dare.
In his new book A Colony in a Nation, the journalist and MSNBC host compares current-day policing in cities like Chicago to British rule just before the American Revolution.