Mayor Rahm Emanuel has asked former Urban League powerhouse Andrea Zopp to become deputy mayor in charge of overseeing major city projects.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel acted as if it was a fait accompli that the threat of Chicago’s second teachers strike in four years had been lifted for now.
Craig Wright, an Australian man long rumored to be associated with the digital currency Bitcoin, has publicly identified himself as its creator.
Bill Grimshaw, a professor whose grasp of urban politics helped Harold Washington become the city’s first black mayor, has died.
The Chicago Police Department reported 36 murders in April, one more murder than in April 2015.
A federal lawsuit claims Starbucks regularly overfills its cold drinks with ice instead of using the advertised amount of coffee or other liquid.
Ald. Edward M. Burke, one of Chicago’s most powerful Democrats, has saved Donald Trump $11.7 million in taxes on Trump Tower, the Sun-Times found.
RICK MORRISSEY: Too much emphasis on the team’s struggling fifth starter.
The Atlanta Braves earned a 4-3 victory in 10 innings, but it took that long because their 3-0 lead vanished in the eighth and ninth.
“They earned this honor, and they represented our school wonderfully,” Stanley Coleman said of South Shore International College Prep students.
The Obamas and key staffers from the Obama Foundation spent most of the afternoon in downtown Washington considering architectural proposals.
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