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The Chicago Teachers Union mulled what its announced "day of action" that day would actually involve.

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The union asked "all concerned Chicago citizens" to "withhold your labor" and boycott classes April 1.

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Moreno said the city could cover the cost by charging people based on how much garbage they throw out.

Grand Crossing »

President Barack Obama followed through on his threat to state Rep. Ken Dunkin that they'd "talk later."

Edgebrook »

Democratic Party-backed politicians are spending big to defeat challenges from independent candidates.

Bronzeville »

Vandals cut Rep. Dunkin's name off a billboard denouncing Rauner and Dunkin Friday, Ald. Reilly said.

The Loop »

The so-called Bernie Bus is sponsored by National Nurses United, who joined others to rally for Bernie.

North Park »

The state is behind on $40 million in payments to NEIU, which has tapped into reserves to stay open.

Downtown »

It's "absolutely wrong" the South Side university hasn't gotten a budget from Springfield, Emanuel said.

Englewood »

The university has operated for eight months without a budget.

Roseland »

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders also defended Chicago State: "Why is anybody ... shutting down colleges?"

The Loop »

CPS Chief Executive Officer Forrest Claypool said Gov. Bruce Rauner is preserving the status quo.

Edgebrook »

Anti-O'Hare noise activist Jac Charlier is challenging State Rep. John D'Amico's bid for re-election.

Lincoln Square »

Pawar ID'd $16.5 million in TIF surplus in the 47th Ward, and urges other flush aldermen to do the same.

The Loop »

"Teachers around the city are united right now," said Chicago Teachers Union VP Jesse Sharkey.