Chicago Political Analyst, Professor Paul Green Dies at 73His latest publications, co-authored with Mel Holli, are entitled World War II Chicago and The Mayors: The Chicago Political Tradition, 3rd edition.
Could Chicago Teachers' Strike Affect Race For President?During the past three days, coverage of the Chicago teachers’ strike and the teachers’ various rallies have made headlines across the nation, and even Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has weighed in, but could the strike actually affect the race for president? CBS 2’s Jim Williams tried to find out.
Axelrod: Paul Ryan Is A 'Hard-Right Ideologue,' 'Concerning Pick'Chief Obama campaign strategist David Axelrod on Monday called U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) a “far-right ideologue,” and said his selection as Mitt Romney’s running mate will be a “concerning pick” for voters who do not share his values.
Governor Calls Special Session To Deal With Pension ReformGov. Pat Quinn has called for a special session of the Illinois General Assembly next month in an effort to finally reach a consensus on pension reform.
Emanuel, Quinn Call For Major Pension ReformAt a forum hosted by the Chicago Tribune on Wednesday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Gov. Pat Quinn agreed the ticking time bomb of underfunded public employee pensions is threatening to explode – or implode, as the governor put it.
McCarthy Disagrees With Claim Of Police 'Manpower Problem'Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy found himself in the line of fire Monday, because of his decision to move more officers to patrol duty.
Daleys Honored For Their Support Of TheaterMayor Daley and his wife, Maggie, were saluted as "relentless advocates" for the arts, in a celebration at the Goodman Theatre.