Powerful Ald. Ed Burke, who is under federal scrutiny, holds a fundraiser as mayoral candidates start to distance themselves from the embattled chair of the City Council Finance Committee.
The Chicago Police Department is one step closer to making reforms, but a draft consent decree is drawing criticism, and the police union has vowed to sue. We speak with FOP President Kevin Graham.
The former police board president, appointed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, on why she now wants to replace him.
The ACLU and Black Lives Matter now have official seats at the police oversight negotiations table.
After several days of speculation, Lori Lightfoot met with Mayor Rahm Emanuel in hopes of getting clarity over whether or not he would reappoint her as president of the Chicago Police Board.
The Chicago Police Board could be without a president Tuesday. The term of current President Lori Lightfoot expired Monday.
The prospects for police reform without a consent decree from the Justice Department.
The Chicago Police Department's controversial use of force policy gets a do-over.
In a damning report, the U.S. Department of Justice confirmed what many in minority communities had been saying for years. We discuss the findings with Lori Lightfoot, Craig Futterman and Shari Runner.
The incoming Trump administration has signaled a different direction with its policies on policing and civil rights. Does that mean Chicago may not have to comply with this report?
The head of the Chicago Police Board on what it will take to change the culture of the department and restore public confidence.
Days after a bipartisan group filed a constitutional amendment that would take redistricting out of the hands of state lawmakers, a lawsuit was filed to get the proposal thrown out.