Standoff between Emanuel and Chicago teachers isn’t over

The Chicago Teachers Union strike enters its second week, even though it looked like the end was near late last week. Now, Mayor Rahm Emanuel will try to take legal action to end it. The Chicago Tribune: 

Mayor Rahm Emanuel late Sunday called the walkout "illegal" and pledged to seek an injunction in court to force an end to the city's first teachers strike in a quarter century.

Sean Sullivan has covered national politics for The Washington Post since 2012.

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