A fired Chicago law clerk explained why she pretended to be a real judge. She's not allowing the controversy and possible criminal charges to get in the way of her campaign for judge.
Plus, security threat spoils ‘Black Men Uniting’ event at a Seattle middle school and H&M's newest ad tackles what it means to be "ladylike."
Chicago's murder rate has spiked to a 20-year high and one city alderman blames it on residents speaking out against injustice.
August 2016 was Chicago’s deadliest month in nearly two decades, leaving the city’s streets riddled with shell casings and bloodshed from mostly African-American bodies. According to the Chicago Police Department’s crime statistics, an astonishing 474 people were victims of homicide in 2016. In August alone, there were 92 deaths, a number slightly lower than July 1993 […]
The Windy City is very close to surpassing last year's death toll with four months to go before the year's end.
Chicago's Dwayne Reed really wanted his students to be excited to start the new school year.
Tired of waiting on help from outside of the community, a group of mothers got together to do something about the violence themselves.
Tennis star Serena Williams has been eliminated from the 2016 Rio Olympics.
A boy, 10, was nearly killed in Chicago's deadliest day of gun violence in 13 years. Nineteen people were shot.
According to a new poll, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is edging out Donald Trump in the presidential race. The survey, conducted by CNN/ORC, revealed that Clinton’s rating increased by 7 points following the Democratic National Convention. Clinton is now in the lead with 52 percent, while Trump lags behind with 43 percent. There has also […]
The mother of three from Blue Island, just 16 miles outside of Chicago, says she is unsure where we will go as a country from here, but her protest exemplifies the notion that in the fight for social justice and equality, it is deadly to be silent.
Sixty people in total were shot over the weekend and 28 were wounded between Sunday around noon and 3 a.m. Monday morning.