From White House to one-term Chicago mayor? Emanuel's critics searching for 2015 challenger

  • by: SARA BURNETT , Associated Press
  • Updated: August 19, 2014 - 6:45 AM

CHICAGO — Rahm Emanuel swept into the Chicago mayor's office with support from across the city, a nod from favorite son Barack Obama and a promise — some might say a threat — to tackle Chicago's many problems with the same ferocity that made him at times feared in national politics.

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