Hodges was an outspoken champion for racial injustice. He believes that’s the reason.
Also, Chicago will comply with a Department of Justice request for immigration documents.
Also, Harvey Weinstein’s unlikely 1985 Bears connection.
Also, a GOP state representative says Rauner and Madigan need to “sit on the sidelines” to let lawmakers reach a compromise on the long-overdue state budget.
These Chicago-area doctors are concerned about president’s next step, but desperate for an end to the bloody civil war.
Also, Pitchfork’s headliners are Solange, LCD Soundsystem and A Tribe Called Quest.
Also, Taraji P. Henson gave away free Hidden Figures tickets to low-income families.
Also, the head of the local Fraternal Order of Police responds to the DOJ report.
Also, the Department of Justice will reportedly release the findings of its Chicago police probe Friday.
Also, Democratic billionaire businessman J.B. Pritzker is considering a self-funded 2018 run for governor.
Donald Trump’s River North edifice, recently an object of playful scorn, is now a monolithic reminder of a sobering reality.
Also, creepy clowns reportedly sighted in the city and suburbs.
Between working as a partner at a law firm and helping the Chosen Few Picnic expand to two days, Alan King found the time to make his monthly Late Night Sessions mix for June.
Republicans humiliated themselves, but it’s hardly a big win for liberals.