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Attorney General Jeff Sessions blasted Chicago and its local leaders Wednesday, tying “local policies on undocumented immigrants
Activism does not require perfection.
Chicago says it will file a lawsuit against the Department of Justice for threatening to block federal funding unless it ends it’s sanctuary city policy.
Northwestern University's Wyndham Lathem surrendered in California.
The lawsuit is the first to challenge the Justice Department over the Byrne program.
“Chicago will not let our police officers become political pawns in a debate,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel said.
Jarrett Adams studied law in prison to help win his exoneration.
"We often overlook the violence that family members face as they struggle for answers and accountability."
Nine months after the Chicago Cubs won the World Series, a baby boom seems to have hit the Windy City.
Trump promised to help workers, but it’s new state and local laws that are actually making a difference.
More than 40 people were shot in the city from Friday to Sunday morning.
Dude needs to brush up on his sports trivia.
Take ‘cue lessons while you sip craft beers.
Steve Bartman "all but vanished" after the notorious foul ball incident.
He'll have to do better than a whirlwind trip to fix the lead crisis in East Chicago, Indiana.
He wants to help them "to take up the baton and to take their own crack at changing the world."
Baltimore, Chicago and Houston play a big role in the spike in murders, according to a new Brennan Center report.
The leader of pro-independence group FALN served 35 years in prison before President Barack Obama commuted his sentence.
City Hall is confident it struck the best deal, but police reformers say it won't go far enough.
Angry? Worried? Disillusioned? Heather Booth wants you.