SPRINGFIELD-Federal prosecutors have subpoenaed the emails of Gov.
Christopher Hass is digital director for Gov. Pat Quinn's re-election campaign. | Al Podgorski / Sun-Times Media
Above the Blue Frog karaoke bar, inside of a nondescript, even decrepit-looking building, is the unlikely nerve center of Gov. Pat Quinn’s re-election campaign. Inside this bustling nook is where Quinn first set up shop 25 years ago. It’s in this space where the Democratic governor’s hopes for re-election lie, and despite the age of its surroundings, they very much rely on a forward-thinking man the public never sees: Christopher Hass, digital director for the Quinn campaign.
WASHINGTON--Gov. Chris Christie, the chairman of the Republican Governors Association, hits Chicago on Monday to headline fundraisers for freshman Rep. Rodney Davis R-Ill., and the RGA with the main press event set to be a visit to the campaign headquarters of GOP governor nominee Bruce Rauner. Vice President Joe Biden will also be in Chicago on Monday, to be the draw at fundraisers for Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committees.
WASHINGTON--Sen. Dick Durbin D-Ill., heads to Las Vegas and Santa Fe, NM next week on a fundraising swing.
More often than not, when healthcare reform is brought up, the impact and the interests of businesses are lumped together, as if each faces with the same challenges as the next.
Bob Crawford, veteran WBBM-AM City Hall reporter, shown here in 2001. (File Photo by Richard A. Chapman/Sun-Times)
Bruce Rauner, the Republican candidate for governor, has created an almost impenetrable bubble around his candidacy to prevent the press from getting too close. But he’s just the most recent in a long line of politicians to do so.
President Barack Obama arrives to make a statement about the execution of American journalist James Foley by ISIS terrorist in Iraq during a press briefing at the press filing center at the Edgartown School in Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, on Wednesday. (File Photo by Rick Friedman-Pool/Getty Images)
It sure sounds like the White House is laying the groundwork for stronger military operations against ISIS. That would be a bitter pill for President Barack Obama given that his presidency has been committed to the premise that “the tide of war is receding.” I
Wesley Maxey (standing) and Cecil Stovall were among the low-income residents of the Rosemoor Hotel facing eviction last year. | Mark Brown/Sun-Times
In a bid to preserve his home in Logan Square’s bug-infested Milshire Hotel, Fred Bartels testified before the City Council just last month in favor of a city moratorium on converting or demolishing single-room occupancy and residential hotels. On Friday, Bartels was making plans for what he could do with the $4,000 he will receive in exchange for moving out of the Milshire by Sept. 2 as part of a settlement between tenants and the building owner.
The Jackie Robinson West Little League baseball team from Chicago participates in the opening ceremony of the 2014 Little League World Series tournament in South Williamsport, Pa., Thursday. (AP File Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
This is the second excerpt in a series titled The Sweet Season. No fatalism. No pathology. Simply a slice of life in middle America. Of little boys and men with Little League hopes and dreams. No gang. Team. No guns. Bats. This is the story of a team of boys called the Cubs, mostly from Ford Heights — a forlorn hamlet of 2,787, about 30 miles south of Chicago. Miles from Williamsport, Pa., where Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West baseball team has played in the Little League World Series, each year boys — and girls — play the game on local diamonds in seasons filled with life’s lessons, with hopes and dreams.
President Barack Obama walks away from a green while golfing at Farm Neck Golf Club, in Oak Bluffs, Mass. last week. | AP Photo/Steven Senne
The criticism has the president's aides confronting a question it faces whenever Obama gets away: Is there ever a good time for the commander in chief to take a few days off?
Gerry Allen, a resident of North Lawndale on Chicago’s West Side, suffered for years with unmanaged diabetes. But, thanks to an expanded community health initiative launched in April 2012 between a local hospital and an insurance provider, he did something he thought he’d never do.
Republican gubernatorial nominee Bruce Rauner talks about term limits at a news conference in Chicago Friday. Al Podgorski / Sun-Times Media
Bruce Rauner had called Friday “D-Day” for his term limits referendum. But the decision he received left him little to fall back on but his vow to marshal his forces and take his fight to another battlefield. Despite last-minute pleas from the Republican gubernatorial candidate, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled Friday that the November ballot will not include a referendum on limiting the terms of state lawmakers.
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