A Judge Just Ordered Google To Hand Over Jussie Smollett‘s Searches and Emails to a Special Prosecutor
The prosecutor has the power to bring new charges against the “Empire” actor accused of faking his own hate crime.
13 People Were Shot at a Gun Violence Victim's Memorial in Chicago
Police have arrested one person in connection with the shooting and the city is calling on people who were there to come forward with information.
What Happened After Chicago Police Cut Down on Busting Drug Possession and Prostitution
The city's police started working less after an officer was sentenced for killing black teen Laquan McDonald. But Chicago actually got safer.
The Chicago Teachers Strike Could Revolutionize the Way Unions Fight for the Working Class
The city’s rent crisis is so bad, educators are taking it upon themselves to fix it. It could be a model for class conflict across the country.