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Ald. Cappleman: Even More Art Coming To Uptown Thanks To Grant Money

From Ald. Cappleman's latest email:Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Dept. of Cultural Affairs & Special Events (DCASE) has designated 2017 as the "Year of Public Art". Each of the 50 wards is eligible for a $10,000 matching grant based on a commitment of using $10,000 in menu funds. Show More Summary

Look Who Grew a Set

Aldercreatures demanding accountability? As the U.S. Justice Department asks Chicago to address deep flaws in police officers' use of force, a group of aldermen is accusing Mayor Rahm Emanuel's Law Department of enabling the misconduct and is asking federal authorities to investigate.The City Council's Progressive Caucus sent a letter to U.S. Show More Summary

Former Chicago Police Superintendent: The DOJ Investigation Was 'Political' and 'Predetermined'

Garry McCarthy was the superintendent of the Chicago Police Department. He was dismissed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel following the police shooting death...


And that's all the Sun Times can talk about (seeing as how they're all professionally vested in maintaining the current narrative). First, Rahm says it's coming no matter what! (...but....) Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Thursday there is no...Show More Summary

U.S. Attorney General Will Come To Chicago To Release Police Investigation Findings

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and U.S. Attorney Zachary Fardon will appear with U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch to discuss the investigation into misconduct within CPD. [ more › ]

Chicago Mayor Emanuel Pushes Moody's To Rescind Junk Rating Ahead Of $1.2 Billion New Issue

One week before Chicago is set to sale $1.2 billion in new debt, it has been revealed that Mayor Rahm Emanuel has been putting pressure on Moody's, the only rating agency to have a junk-rating on the city's general obligation debt, to rescind their rating. Show More Summary

$1B Funding Agreement Announced for the First Phase of the Red and Purple Modernization Program

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) President Dorval R. Carter were joined by United States Senator Dick Durbin, Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, Congressman Mike Quigley and FTA Acting Administrator Carolyn Flowers

Hillary Clinton Should Think Twice About ‘Running’ For Mayor Of New York: Just Ask Rahm Emanuel

It’s time for the Clintons to tap out. If the rumors are true and Hillary Clinton is thinking about running against the unpopular incumbent Mayor Bill de Blasio, Secretary Clinton should strongly reconsider — or risk traversing the dark and lonely path like Rahm Emanuel. Show More Summary

Rush to a Consent Decree

The clock is winding down, and Obama's Justice Department want to rush things forward : Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s City Hall is bracing for the Justice Department to release – before President Barack Obama leaves office Jan. 20 — findingsShow More Summary

A look at TV shows, movies filmed in Chicago set to air in 2017

Chicago was the backdrop for several TV shows in 2016, and it looks like 2017 will be no different. Mayor Rahm Emanuel noted in an August press conference at Cinespace Chicago Film Studios that the amount of television filming in Chicago more than doubled from 2015 to 2016. Some indie films also...

Cameras Coming Faster

Good news! The Chicago Police Department will be equipping every patrol officer in the city with body cameras a year ahead of schedule. Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Supt. Eddie Johnson have decided to step up the deployment of body cameras, and have every patrol officer in all 22 districts wearing one by the end of 2017. Show More Summary

Emanuel admits using personal email for public business as city settles open records lawsuit

Under pressure from a pair of open records lawsuits, Mayor Rahm Emanuel acknowledged for the first time Wednesday that he has used personal email accounts to conduct public business, a practice that allowed him to hide some of his government correspondence from the public since he took office....

“None Of Us Are Disposable”: Vigil At Rahm Emanuel’s House Marks Lives Of 770 Killed By Violence

Community organizations, faith leaders, and families gathered for a vigil outside Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's house to mark the 770 people killed by violence in 2016. The post “None Of Us Are Disposable”: Vigil At Rahm Emanuel’s House Marks Lives Of 770 Killed By Violence appeared first on Shadowproof.

Why Mika Brzezinski and Wolf Blitzer Emailed Mayor Rahm Emanuel

In response to a lawsuit, nearly 2,700 pages of emails have been released.

Server Scandal

This might actually get interesting: As a result of a BGA investigation and legal action, The City of Chicago and Mayor Rahm Emanuel have agreed to release all of Emanuel's private emails related to city business—subject to any applicable...Show More Summary

Rahm Drowns in Bullshit

Is the media waking up to the bill of good Rahm is selling? Probably not, but they're pretending : Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Tuesday emphatically denied he was treading water with his ambitious plan to hire 970 additional police officers...Show More Summary

The Racism of Lower Expectations

In their inane quest for "diversity," the lure of lower standards : Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday opened the door to allowing candidates with minor drug and criminal offenses to become Chicago Police officers to attract minoritiesShow More Summary

Rahm Lied About Numbers?

Say it ain't so Rahm: Even if Mayor Rahm Emanuel manages to add nearly 1,000 cops in the next couple years, his promised surge of new hires would barely make up for the decline in the Chicago Police Department’s ranks on his watch. There were 6,244 rank-and-file police officers working the city’s 22 police districts as of Oct. Show More Summary

Stay Classy Rahm

Dear Leader : Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel had a fiery response when asked Thursday night whether he would consider running for president in 2020.The former White House chief of staff to President Obama and senior adviser to PresidentShow More Summary

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