Kenneth Griffin, whose firm invested in Marriott, is a top Emanuel donor who could profit from a hotel built with taxpayers’ money.
Toni Preckwinkle and other potential challengers lag far behind Emanuel in raising money.
Kari Lydersen’s new book explains how Emanuel earned the nickname “Mayor 1 Percent.”
March on Washington anniversary: A new generation of activists fights for change, from school cuts to Trayvon Martin.
“By one means or another, our schools will be integrated,” federal judge Julius Hoffman said of Chicago schools in 1962. It was wishful thinking.
Before Mayor Emanuel proposed closing schools, he shuttered mental health clinics.