The Combat Doctors
Robert Pape, a terrorism expert at U. of C., on Paris and potential targets in our city
One year after we reported that the Chicago Police Department was undercounting the city’s murders, the problem persists—and top brass are up to some
In reporting our latest investigation into the Chicago Police Department’s crime numbers, we found a few mysterious cases dating back to 2013.
The U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Illinois is cracking down on crimes against investors
Editor’s Note On Feb. 11, 2015, Little League International stripped Jackie Robinson West of its titles following allegations that league officials had violated player-eligibility rules. Read more about the development. Two decades ago, Chicago decided to start a tradition: At the end of each year, the magazine would honor a few people “who’ve taken it … Read more
President, United States Hispanic Leadership Institute
Murder makes the headlines, but crimes like theft and assault are far more common in Chicago—and your chances of being a victim may be higher than the police are telling you.
The city’s drop in crime has been nothing short of miraculous. Here’s what’s behind the unbelievable numbers.
The best ways to enjoy Chicago during the frozen season, indoors and outdoors.