Chicago parents and community leaders
met with Bank of America representatives Tuesday regarding the
renegotiation of interest-rate swap agreements held between the Chicago
Public Schools (CPS) and the financial institution.
A Chicago police officer who was a part of a NATO surveillance task force has reportedly been caught spying on more recent political dissents in the city, according to an investigative report by Truthout published Tuesday.
Illinois’ decision to provide Medicare-eigible state retirees with private insurance, called a Medicare Advantage
policy, has come under fire from union representatives who say they want
the opportunity to choose federal coverage.