Tribune Passes On Trump, Endorses Libertarian Presidential CandidateThe iconic Chicago newspaper has been known for backing Republican candidates for the White House.
Poll: 2016 Presidential Race Caused 7 Percent Of Voters To Lose FriendsA new survey from Monmouth University shows that seven percent of voters have lost or ended friendships over the 2016 Presidential Race.
Chicago State University Faculty Asks Rauner To Replace TrusteesThe faculty at Chicago State University has asked Gov. Bruce Rauner to remove all the trustees at the beleaguered South Side school as it faces declining enrollment, major funding shortfalls, and the unexpected ouster of its popular new president.
Hillary Clinton Seeks Big Bucks At Chicago FundraisersThe Democratic presidential nominee was making at least two appearances aimed at raking in some big bucks, a day after Republican Donald Trump was in the area.
Mayor Emanuel: Looming Teachers Strike 'Unnecessary' And 'Avoidable'The mayor says teachers are reneging on a deal hammered out months ago by top union officials.
Mayor Plans To Buy Hundreds Of New Squad Cars For CPDMayor Rahm Emanuel has asked the City Council to approve $25 million in new borrowing to purchase about 600 new squad cars for the Chicago Police Department, to provide vehicles for the nearly 1,000 new police officers he plans to hire over the next two years.
CTU Ready To Strike Oct. 11 If No Agreement Is ReachedThe Chicago Teachers Union has set a strike date of Oct. 11.
Donald Trump Greeted By Cheers And Jeers During Chicago-Area VisitDonald Trump made two Chicago-area stops today, greeted by both admiring supporters and hectoring protesters.
Donald Trump And Daughter Raising Campaign Cash In Illinois On WednesdayRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his daughter both were scheduled to visit Illinois on Wednesday, to raise money for his race against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Some CPS Teachers Leaving District Ahead Of StrikeSome CPS teachers are choosing not to return to the district for fear of losing their jobs.
Did The First Presidential Debate Change Any Minds?Did the first Clinton-Trump debate change any minds?
Chicago State University Faculty Union Wants Trustees To ResignFreshman enrollment at financially troubled Chicago State University has fallen to 86 freshmen this fall semester.

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