Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation employees lay out cold patch to fill in some of the city's vast network of potholes. | Al Podgorski / Sun-Times
Fran Spielman is covering the city's announcement on pothole repair live via Twitter. Check back soon for more detail on what to expect for our urban moonscape.
Back in 1998 when he was working for President Bill Clinton, Rahm Emanuel had some choice words on how to deal with Charlton Heston, the National Rifle Association president at the time.
If you're at work and already counting down until quitting time on Friday, maybe you should consider a run for Congress, because they've only worked 28 out of 69 days so far this year.
Natasha Korecki profiles the current leader in the GOP gubernatorial primary: Bruce Rauner.
Over recent years, I’ve grown increasingly dismayed by the crude, rude, and downright nasty tone that has invaded not only political dialogue, but also our business and personal interactions.
Bruce Rauner has said Illinois has "a system that allows union bosses to bribe politicians." Natasha Korecki answers three questions investigating this claim.
Proving that there's no shortage of ridiculous petitions to the Obama administration (that Justin Bieber one received 266,000 signatures, by the way), one Santana and Rob Thomas fan wants to change the official presidential anthem.
WASHINGTON — When it comes to dealing with Russias's invasion of Ukraine, a new CNN/ORC poll released Monday finds Americans
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Monday meets with NCAA champs and presides over a ceremony to welcome new ambassadors. Today's lineup includes ambassadors from Tunisia, India, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Belgium and Qatar.
Less than a month after the Chicago Police Department closed the David Koschman case without charging then-Mayor Richard M. Daley’s nephew, Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez decided someone needed to come in to do an “independent investigation . . . to ensure we reach the truth in this case.”
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