Ald. Ed Burke, 14th Ward, enters the Dirksen U.S. Courthouse in Chicago on Thursday to face charges of attempted extortion. At his side was defense lawyer ...
Ald. Ed Burke (14th) attends the monthly Chicago City Council meeting on Wednesday while facing a federal charge of attempted extortion.
Ald. Ed Burke listens to tributes from his colleagues at City Hall, as he is recognized for 40 years of service as a Chicago alderman on March 18, 2009.
Campaign money tied to Ald. Edward Burke's alleged extortion scheme was intended for County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, sources say
... guns to bans on concealed weapons in places that serve alcohol and broadening the gun offender registry in Chicago, Ald. Ed Burke's aldermanic record ...
Chicago Alderman Edward Burke speaks during a city council meeting in Chicago, April 13, 2016 Photo: M. Spencer Green/AP
Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne Burke, wife of Ald. Ed Burke, leaves their house in January. File Photo. | Justin Jackson/Sun-Times
... Ed Burke, shown here outside the Dirksen Federal Courthouse earlier this month. Federal prosecutors have charged him with extortion. Burke is staying in ...
Chicago mayoral candidate Bill Daley says he and his family have a distant relationship with Alderman
The mayoral hopeful donates $140,900 in Solis-related campaign cash to charity as she and Preckwinkle trade charges over whose conduct is more suspect.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle said she spoke with Ald. Edward Burke before hiring his son to $100K job
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Ald. Pat O'Connor (40th) gets ready to chair his first Finance Committee meeting since longtime Chairman Edward Burke (14th) was deposed.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel seeks ethics changes as Ald. Edward Burke steps down as finance chairman following federal charge
Ald. Edward M. Burke (14th) with his driver in a Chicago police vehicle outside the Dirksen federal courthouse when he appeared in court Jan.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot reacts while receiving a round of applause following adjournment of her first city
Chicago residents could end longtime 14th Ward Alderman Ed Burke's run for re-election | abc7chicago.com
Ed Burke Jr., son of beleaguered alderman, was charged with domestic battery last year — but case dropped days later - Chicago Tribune
On February 9, in preparation for the upcoming aldermanic election, South Side Weekly held its first community forum for residents of the 14th Ward.
“Pursuant to Rule 36 of the City Council Rules of Order and Procedure, I am hereby tendering my resignation as Chairman of the Committee on Finance ...
Damage control: How Toni Preckwinkle is addressing her ties to the Ald. Edward Burke corruption scandal
... to indict Burke. “The government is conducting a diligent and thorough investigation into this case, but certain factors have led to this request for an ...
Chicago Mayoral Candidate Lori Lightfoot addresses the crowd at her election night party as she leads in the polls, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019, in Chicago.
'Severely Intoxicated And Naked' Alderman's Son Not Deemed Danger. Police sought to declare Ed Burke ...
Before he leaves office, Chicago's first Jewish mayor is trying to strengthen ties between the city and Israel. | Colin Boyle/Sun-Times
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney speaks to reporters after appearing at the Standing Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources about ...
Fourteenth Ward Alderman Ed Burke has a prominent spot in the front of the parade near the center of the dignitaries right next to Senator Durbin.
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Chicago Board of Ethics Chairman William Conlon said the proposed reforms are the tone that the mayor has set for addressing corruption and ethics in ...
The wizened former police officer and attorney, accused of extortion (maximum penalty: 20 years of prison or 5 months of forced residence in Chicago) ...