Zachary Fardon will launch a new Chicago office for King & Spalding, the international law firm announced Wednesday.
“It was so special,” Cubs VP Julian Green told Sneed about Steve Bartman’s getting a Cubs World Series ring.
Feds filing more gun cases in Chicago, but few involve gun-trafficking, and prosecutions still lag behind other big cities, Sun-Times analysis finds.
U.S. Sens. Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth are calling on U.S. Rep. John Shimkus, R-Ill., to honor a “decades-long tradition of bipartisanship.”
The ACLU claims Fardon’s letter attacks an agreement it reached with the city to address the abuse of street stops by Chicago police.
Fardon was a good U.S. attorney, whose short tenure was hampered on the front end by a manpower shortage inside the office.
Zachary Fardon had a lot to say after his tenure as Chicago’s U.S. attorney came to an abrupt end Monday.
The federal/state task force round-up of suspects, primarily on Chicago’s West Side, has been dubbed “Operation Sweet Dreams.”
The City of Sloping Shoulders would be the perfect laboratory for Trump’s promised repair work.
There’s so much more at stake in the U.S. Justice Department report on the Chicago Police Department than the political future of Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch called for sweeping changes in a department she said engages in a “pattern or practice of use of excessive force.”
Clifford Reed, 27, is charged with selling heroin mixed with carfentanil — an elephant tranquilizer — and another potent opioid, fentanyl.