After a recent controversy, we take a look back at the long history of people refusing to recite the Pledge of Allegiance. We also talk to a hiring expert about why some resumes make the cut and others quickly get tossed aside. (Photo: Flickr/Just some dust)
The Morning Shift gets down to brass tacks on TIFs that may be used for improvements a Navy Pier and McCormick Place. And as the south branch of the Red Line shuts down for the summer, CTA is on hand to answer questions.
The voter registration deadline technically arrives on Tuesday for Illinois residents who want to cast a ballot in the March 20th primary. But it's kind of a soft deadline.To vote on March 20th at their local polling place, voters who aren't already registered must do so by the end of the day."
With the polls set to open just hours from now, we felt the need for a bit of fun after so much exhaustion. Don’t get us wrong: we love policy papers, press conferences and stump speeches as much as the next Chicago media outlet.
Cook County Clerk David Orr is calling on Chicago officials to overhaul special taxing districts that siphon millions of dollars from local taxing bodies, and his request comes as aldermen and some mayoral candidates cling to these districts as a golden ticket to solving some of the city's problems,
The attack ads on TV have disappeared. Campaigns are wrapping up their operations. Pundits and columnists have already moved on to the next big thing. And political reporters like me have started catching up on their sleep.