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By Don Babwin, Associated Press
The lawsuit filed Wednesday by Cynthia Donald alleges that Johnson sexually harassed her during a three-year period, pressured her and forced her to engage in sexual acts and texted nude photographs of himself to her.
By Associated Press
The picture of American cities overwhelmed by violence has become a central theme of the 2020 presidential race. The reality on the ground is much more nuanced.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot adamantly defended on Thursday a beefed-up police presence outside her home, saying extra officers were necessary to protect her and her family.
By Michael Tarm, Associated Press
A special prosecutor in Chicago says Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx and her office abused their discretion in the case against actor Jussie Smollett but did nothing criminal.
Police Superintendent David Brown said it “was not an organized protest” but instead “an incident of pure criminality” that began following the shooting of a person by police the previous day in the city's Englewood neighborhood.
By Kathleen Foody, Associated Press
Chicago's mayor has announced that the nation's third-largest school district will not welcome students back to the classroom, after all, and will instead rely only on remote instruction to start the school year.
Two statues of Christopher Columbus that stood in Chicago parks have been taken down at the direction of Mayor Lori Lightfoot, a week after protesters trying to topple one of the monuments to the Italian explorer clashed with police.
Amid a surge in gun violence and protests sparked by the death of George Floyd, the nation's third-largest city is on edge, waiting for possible greater tension in the form of a plan by President Donald Trump to dispatch dozens…
Top leaders in the U.S. House said Sunday they were "alarmed" by the Trump administration's tactics against protesters in Portland and other cities, including Washington, D.C.
Most Chicago children would return to the classroom two days a week and spend the other three days learning remotely once the school year begins under a tentative plan outlined by officials from the nation’s third-largest school district…
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