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Five years ago, Rod Blagojevich kissed his family goodbye, waved to reporters, and flew to Colorado to start a 14-year sentence. In his first prison interview, the ex-governor reveals in startling detail what life has been like on the inside. Read more
After 15 years, multiple alleged rapes, and a litany of indictments, a son of North Shore privilege may have to finally answer his accusers. Read more
Fifty years after Martin Luther King’s historic Chicago campaign, how far have we come? Read more
One year after we reported that the Chicago Police Department was undercounting the city’s murders, the problem persists. Read more
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. Read more