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2016 Presidential campaign

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Wells was a suffragist, feminist and activist who died in Chicago.

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The musician and actress will help raise money for Clinton's campaign on Sunday in Chicago.

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Activists will ask Chicagoans what they think of Donald Trump on Tuesday in Daley Plaza.

Edison Park »

The debate hosted by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace will start at 8 p.m. Wednesday. 

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Sadiq Khan said Trump was "playing into the hands of ISIS" with a proposed ban on Muslim immigrants.

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Mayor Emanuel said the Democratic presidential candidate "will make a speedy recovery" from pneumonia.

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Ald. Derrick Curtis charged "corporate greed" was behind the loss of 600 jobs at the Chicago bakery.

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"If you have a magic bullet to stop the violence...in America, please share it with us," Johnson said.

River North »

Pfleger said the GOP presidential candidate had "exposed" an America "we want to pretend doesn't exist."

The Loop »

"I will support the Republican Party's nominee," Gov. Bruce Rauner said, even if it's Donald Trump.

River North »

The front-runner in the Democratic race narrowly held off Sen. Bernie Sanders in her native state.

Near West Side »

The new Donald Trump billboard in West Town hasn't been vandalized yet — unlike other Trump signs.

Downtown »

Here are the places you can watch Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders debate on March 9.

The Loop »

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

Lincoln Park »

There's just one official watch party in town to see the Republican candidates square off on Thursday.