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David Axelrod's friendship with former White House spokesman Sean Spicer put him in an awkward spot. [Read More]
Mayor Rahm Emanuel acknowledged Monday what pundits have been saying for months — that Chicagoans' disdain for President Donald Trump is making Emanuel's job easier.... [Read More]
The U.S. government has "thousands of intercepts" that can be used as evidence against Ukrainian billionaire oligarch Dmitry Firtash, federal prosecutors told a judge Friday... [Read More]
Hillary Clinton's promoters painted her as a woman of the people when they last month told Chicago Inc. that tickets to the Chicago stop of... [Read More]
Former Ald. Sandi Jackson's divorce from former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. keeps getting nastier. Now she wants to subpoena television reporter Tamron Hall as... [Read More]
Cardinal Blase Cupich scored a major victory last week when Gov. Bruce Rauner signed into law a program granting tax breaks to folks who donate... [Read More]
Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson was sitting up in his hospital bed, cracking jokes and checking his email a day after his kidney transplant on... [Read More]
The likelihood that Ukrainian billionaire oligarch Dmitry Firtash will be forced to answer racketeering charges in a Chicago courtroom increased this week when the Austrian... [Read More]
There's an old anti-gambling saying that warns, "You'll never see a bookie on a bike." How about a billionaire on a bus? If... [Read More]
Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. has renewed his attempt to subpoena former Chicago police Superintendent Garry McCarthy in his acrimonious divorce from onetime Chicago Ald.... [Read More]
Disgraced former Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett has a new moniker — federal inmate No. 48517-424. The 68-year-old reported Monday to the Alderson Federal... [Read More]
Leading artist Kerry James Marshall has a modest proposal to resolve the controversy over Chicago's monument to fascist aviator Italo Balbo. Rather than tear... [Read More]
Hillary Clinton fans won't get to hear her promote her latest book this fall on the cheap. [Read More]
Whatever you think of Hillary Clinton, public speaking isn't typically regarded as her greatest strength. But that doesn't mean you'll get to hear her... [Read More]
A class-action lawsuit claiming that Subway's "footlong" subs weren't really a foot long quickly went viral when it was filed back in 2013. But the... [Read More]
Thursday was a bad day for Gov. Bruce Rauner's team after his newly-hired communications team "submitted their resignations" just 37 days into the job. ... [Read More]
It was just last week that Democratic gubernatorial contender Chris Kennedy gave a speech regaling listeners with how his grandmother would occasionally grant tourists a... [Read More]
Is there a more beloved person in Chicago than veteran weatherman Tom Skilling? The overwhelmingly positive reaction to Skilling's emotional coverage from downstate Carbondale... [Read More]
Comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory — who died this weekend at 84 — famously quipped when he ran for president in 1968 that,... [Read More]
President Donald Trump will have to govern without the sage advice of the president's committee on the arts and humanities, whose members resigned en masse... [Read More]