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The Swamp(Cross posted from Clout Street) by John Byrne and Rick Pearson President Barack Obama today told Democratic campaign donors that U.S. Senate candidate Alexi Giannoulias is running "for all the right reasons." "He's not doing this to help lobbyists. He's....
Tags: Chicago, Danny Davis, Palmer House Hilton, California, Dan Hynes
Clout StPresident Barack Obama delivers remarks at Ford's Torrence Avenue assembly plant on Chicago's South Side on Thursday. Ford will go into production later this year with a more fuel efficient Explorer SUV adding a second shift and 1,200 new jobs.......
Clout StPosted by Monique Garcia at 3:20 p.m. Students at Chicago Public Schools will be getting a telephone hot line to report information about the possible outbreak of violence, and officials hope it will help prevent shootings and beatings that can......
(WGN-AM)- FBI officials said today that they held out little hope of identifying the remains of all of the bodies found at Burr Oak Cemetery as they began the arduous process of tracking down desecrated graves this morning. The FBI set up a mobile...
Tags: Chicago, Africa, Dan Hynes, Cook County, FBI
Clout StPosted by Michelle Manchir at 3:20 p.m. SPRINGFIELD --- The Illinois Senate today approved legislation creating a small-scale voucher program that would provide money for 22,000 students at the worst-performing Chicago Public Schools to attend private...
Clout StPosted by Hal Dardick at 3:14 p.m. Mayor Richard Daley has named Ald. Anthony Beale, 9th, to the influential post of City Council Police and Fire Committee chairman. “He’s very good,” Daley said today when asked why he picked Beale.......
Tribune staff reportersSweeping aside six years of scandal and crippling political infighting with a historic impeachment vote, the state Senate on Thursday ousted one governor for abusing his power and anointed another who built his political career around having no power at...
Tags: Chicago, Trials, Ceremonies, FBI, Terry Link
Politics have provided gay Americans like myself with no end of schadenfreude in recent years, what with the antics of Mark Foley, Larry Craig and other I'm-not-gay Republicans. But last weekend, a competing Democratic farce debuted: Barack Obama's...
Tribune staff reporterThey came Saturday carrying photographs of their sons and daughters who were murdered with guns. Some wore the children's pictures on T-shirts or lapel buttons. Rev. Jesse Jackson led them, almost 200 people in south suburban Riverdale, with rhetorical...
Tags: Demonstration, Children, Gang Activity, Death, Civil Rights
Tribune reportersSPRINGFIELD — Sweeping aside six years of scandal and crippling political infighting with a historic impeachment vote, the state Senate on Thursday ousted one governor for abusing his power and anointed another who built his political career...
Tags: Trials, Ceremonies, FBI, Terry Link, Regional Authority
Tribune reporterRev. Jeffrey Lee felt the pull of the pulpit even before he was an Episcopalian. His Lutheran pastor urged him from an early age to consider a clerical career. Lee moved a little closer when he entered a darkened Episcopal sanctuary as a teenager,...
Tribune reportersSPRINGFIELD — The bright hopes for a new political beginning that often accompany the inauguration of an Illinois legislature will be overshadowed by awkwardness Wednesday when Gov. Rod Blagojevich oversees the swearing-in of a Senate that will...
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