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  • The farce is familiar: NATO 3 trial would be high comedy if the stakes weren't so high

     
    Wednesday's print column Church, Chase & Betterly If I had to pick just one anecdote from the ongoing NATO 3 trial as most illustrative of what a farce it appears to be, I'd pick the bow-and-arrow story. According to the......
  • Mystery over Bridgeport arrests: Molotov cocktails or brewing equipment?

    Mystery over Bridgeport arrests: Molotov cocktails or brewing equipment?
    As the NATO summit approached, Chicago police Friday continued to hold several people suspected of making Molotov cocktails but would say nothing about the arrests, adding to a growing mystery over the nature of the investigation. Police earlier Friday...
  • Emanuel makes pitch for Super Bowl at Soldier Field

    Emanuel makes pitch for Super Bowl at Soldier Field
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel put the arm on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell today, making a case for a Super Bowl to be held at Soldier Field. Don’t start making plans to buy tickets yet, however. Chicago's lakefront is often arctic in February, and the...
  • Chan Lowe: Ending the war in Afghanistan

    Chan Lowe: Ending the war in Afghanistan
    In 1914, young German men, brought up in the martial legacy of Bismarck’s Prussia, boarded trains for the front in a festival atmosphere as young women showered them with flowers and kisses. There lay the promise of glory and adventure—not...
  • Chicago first lady Amy Rule highlights work with nonprofit business internship group

    Chicago first lady Amy Rule highlights work with nonprofit business internship group
    Amy Rule sat among a roomful of high school seniors, participating in a lesson on personal finances. Students passed around a coin while reciting some common money sayings and myths. Chicago’s first lady offered, “Money grows on trees,&...
  • Convention notebook: Chicago cops in Charlotte, 'slut' buttons

    Convention notebook: Chicago cops in Charlotte, 'slut' buttons
    For Chicago delegates looking for a little piece of home, there was a familiar sight on the streets of Charlotte: officers from the Chicago Police Department. The city sent a contingent of cops to the Democratic National Convention as a “matter...
  • Full-court press on Chicago teachers coverage

    Full-court press on Chicago teachers coverage
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel took office in May 2011 and a month later his handpicked school board rescinded a 4 percent pay raise for teachers, leading Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis to broach the possibility of a strike. Ever since, Chicago Tribune...
  • Chicago Live! during NATO week: International flavor, noted protester

    Chicago Live! during NATO week: International flavor, noted protester
    Programming this week’s Chicago Live! was no easy task. Knowing it would occur just as Chicago began holding its breath for the NATO summit and all of the surrounding planned (and unplanned?) activities, our producers debated how much NATO-related...
  • Field Museum closed Monday

    Field Museum closed Monday
    The Field Museum will be closed Monday because of the NATO summit, despite announcing earlier that it would remain open.   Officials announced earlier this month that the Field, Adler Planetarium and Shedd Aquarium would all be closed Sunday, the first...
  • Feds, police in spat over G-8 summit costs

    Feds, police in spat over G-8 summit costs
    In a standoff that might require delicate diplomacy to resolve, officials in Western Maryland are pressing the federal government to reconsider its refusal to help pay for local security costs for this week's G-8 summit at Camp David. Local police say...
  • NATO protestor charged with assaulting police officer

    NATO protestor charged with assaulting police officer
    A California man in town for protests during the NATO summit was charged with a felony for allegedly assaulting a Chicago police officer during a pro-immigration rally downtown on Tuesday, prosecutors said. Danny L. Johnson, 31, of Los Angeles, was...