For his 24th birthday, Chance the Rapper decided to give back to the kids of Chicago.
Amanda Irvine and Alex Hankins have been best friends since the eighth grade. The 22-year-old residents of South Bend, Indiana, have shared laughs, tears and precious memories.
Michelle Robey, 55, probably had no idea that the corner here in my neighborhood, where she was shot dead Friday night was once the home of a 200 acre movie studio where L.
President Barack Obama isn’t just saying goodbye to the White House ― he’s also taking time to revisit many of those who were there for the journey to the top.
Board members in a suburban Chicago school district who voted to allow a transgender girl to use the girls locker room survived re-election Tuesday, despite opponents aggressively attempting to oust them over that decision.
In a speech on July 11, 2016, Trump drug out his favorite whipping boy ― the murder surge in Chicago ― to claim that there’s an unparalleled reign of violent lawlessness in American cites.
Less than 24 hours after President Donald Trump signed an executive order barring immigration and refugee admission from seven Muslim-majority countries, border officials in Chicago turned away a Syrian woman who’d flown to the U.S to visit her sick mother, the woman’s sister told The Huffington Post Saturday.
CHICAGO ― The Chicago Police Department regularly violates citizens’ civil rights, routinely fails to hold officers accountable for misconduct and poorly trained officers at all levels, according to a sweeping Justice Department probe of the nation’s second-largest police department.
“The wooden carts that residents use to carry vegetables and other wares in the once busy market area instead ferried out cadavers recovered from the rubble last week.”
And so . . .
It is possible that you may have missed the announcement last week that the Chicago police officer who killed 55-year-old Bettie Jones and 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier, will not have any charges pressed against him.
Cards Against Humanity wants to hire a CEO.
But unless you happen to be former President Barack Obama, it’s probably not worth even applying for the position.
The Chicago-based politically incorrect party game’s creators posted this very specific job listing on Craigslist on Monday, detailing what they expect from potential candidates:
While many applicants may have “strong public speaking skills” and be an “excellent negotiator able to deal with stubborn opposition,” the requirement of being the first black editor of the Harvard Law Review and having a minimum of eight years’ experience as president of the United States or an equivalent nation kind of narrows the field down to one.