The 300-member unarmed airport police force is facing national scrutiny after officers dragged a passenger off a United flight.
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It’s the most comprehensive and detailed account of systemic problems within the Chicago Police Department. But will it lead to any change?
People on both sides of the political spectrum take stances that defend the sacred—depending on the topic.
Their next mission? To end cash bail in Illinois—an idea that the Cook County sheriff and Chicago’s police superintendent are getting behind, too.
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Called the Safe Roads Amendment by its supporters, this proposal will be at the top of Illinois voters’ ballots. Here’s what you need to know.
The GOP nominee might not understand how a diverse group of passionate people could work together toward a common goal, but Chicagoans sure do.
While some scramble to make a buck off of the North Siders’ historic run, other Cubs fans are using the attention to tackle poverty and domestic violence.