Records show that in 2010, Pia Farrenkopf voted in Michigan's gubernatorial election in November. The problem is at that time, Farrenkopf was dead in the back of her Jeep in her Pontiac home and her body was gradually being mummified.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama, in Manhattan on Tuesday to headline Democratic fundraisers, made a surprise stop at a Gap store at East 42nd and Third Avenue. He bought a blue workout jacket for first lady Michelle.
David Axelrod speaks Tuesday at a forum was sponsored by “Early & Often" and moderated by Sun-Times political reporter Natasha Korecki. | Richard A. Chapman/Sun-Times
The origins of Barack Obama's famous campaign logo, Chicago's "heat-seeking missile" of a mayor, the Republican race for governor and why young people should be involved in politics — former White House advisor David Axelrod covered it all Tuesday at a forum was sponsored by “Early & Often" and moderated by Sun-Times political reporter Natasha Korecki.
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.
Federal rules on determining when a disaster is bad enough for an area to qualify for assistance have left both larger areas, like Cook County, and smaller towns, like tornado-ravaged Washington, Ill., in the lurch.
With the deadline to buy insurance looming, the White House has unveiled a ticking countdown clock.
Chicago Sun-Times Columnist Michael Sneed has a tip on a big cash boost from anti-Rauner unions to State Sen. Kirk Dillard's campaign for governor.
An appellate court in Chicago ruled Tuesday that transcripts of FBI wiretaps not played at Rod Blagojevich's corruption trials should remain sealed, at least for now.
David Axelrod (left) moderates a panel discussion of mayors from Chicago, New York, Atlanta and Los Angeles on Thursday, March 6, 2014, at the University of Chicago. | Paul Beaty/AP Photo
David Axelrod will sit down with our Natasha Korecki for an exclusive conversation about youth in politics at 5 p.m. tonight at the University of Chicago's Gleacher Center, 450 N. Cityfront Plaza Dr.
Illinois State Police Col. Marc Maton holds up a sample of a concealed carry license at a news conference in Chicago on Feb. 28. (Sun-Times Media, Rich Hein)
A bill in Springfield would fix a loophole in Illinois' new concealed carry law that could allow applicants to get licenses without the necessary training.
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