Today, we hear about the Haitian sports academy L'Athletique that used its land to provide free soccer training, education, meals and medical care. Now it's used to house 2,000 homeless families who were victims of January's earthquake.
Two people close to Rahm Emanuel say he will resign as White House chief of staff on Friday, and will begin his campaign for Chicago mayor by meeting with voters in the city on Monday. The people who are familiar with Emanuel's plans spoke on condition of anonymity because they did
This is my (Mark's) last post.‚ Before I get too far into it, I would like to remind you that Amy will be having a gathering in Millennium Park on October 10 at 10:10pm.‚ You're all invited.‚ If you'd like to come, go here and shout "Lovely" in the comment box.
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In today's episode: ripple effects of the UAL/Continental merger, cracking down on illegal dumping, remembering Tony Curtis in heels.
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We take a look at the black conservative movement and what issues within the community are making candidates of color more prominent in once mostly white parties with Lenny McAllister, host of WVON's Launching Chicago with Lenny McAllister.