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Sessions Scolds Chicago for Suing Over ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Threat

Sessions Scolds Chicago for Suing Over ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Threat

Mayor Rahm Emanuel says that the Trump administration’s immigration policy asks Chicago to make “a false choice, and a wrong choice.”
Northwestern Professor Held in Stabbing Death That Mystified Chicago

Northwestern Professor Held in Stabbing Death That Mystified Chicago

Wyndham Lathem, an associate professor at Northwestern University, was arrested on Friday in California.
Revocation of Grants to Help Fight Hate Under New Scrutiny After Charlottesville

Revocation of Grants to Help Fight Hate Under New Scrutiny After Charlottesville

A group held a vigil on Sunday in Charlottesville, Va.
Sessions Lauds Miami and Rebukes Chicago in Escalating Fight With Sanctuary Cities

Sessions Lauds Miami and Rebukes Chicago in Escalating Fight With Sanctuary Cities

Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke about sanctuary cities in Miami on Wednesday.
Illinois Attorney General Sues Chicago Over Police Practices

Illinois Attorney General Sues Chicago Over Police Practices

Lisa Madigan, the Illinois Attorney General, at a news conference in Chicago in 2014.
After a Chicago Teenager Is Found Dead in a Walk-In Hotel Freezer, Mystery Lingers

After a Chicago Teenager Is Found Dead in a Walk-In Hotel Freezer, Mystery Lingers

Kenneka Jenkins, 19, seen here in a photograph from her Facebook page, was found dead in a freezer at a hotel in Rosemont, Ill., after attending a party on Friday night.
Sessions Can’t Deny Money for Sanctuary Cities, Judge Rules

Sessions Can’t Deny Money for Sanctuary Cities, Judge Rules

Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago with Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson, left, and Representative Danny K. Davis, right, as the city announced a lawsuit against the Justice Department last month.
Violent Crime in U.S. Rises for Second Consecutive Year

Violent Crime in U.S. Rises for Second Consecutive Year

A police officer at the scene of a shooting last year in Chicago, which led the nation with 765 murders.

2 Chicago Police Officers Take a Knee, and Get a Reprimand

Two officers who agreed to pose with Aleta Clark, an anti-violence activist, were penalized for violating a departmental ban on political activity in uniform.
Bike-Sharing Is Flourishing in Washington. Can the City Handle It?

Bike-Sharing Is Flourishing in Washington. Can the City Handle It?

A Capital Bikeshare rider in front of the Capitol. Five companies are vying for real estate in Washington’s bike-share market, including some that offer GPS-tracked bikes that lock themselves without
‘Dreamers’ Rush to Renew Their Protections One Last Time

‘Dreamers’ Rush to Renew Their Protections One Last Time

DACA recipients waiting in line to work on their renewal applications in Los Angeles last week.
Security Officers Fired for United Airlines Dragging Episode

Security Officers Fired for United Airlines Dragging Episode

An episode in April that left a Louisville, Ky., man battered was a public relations disaster for United Airlines.
Thanks to Wall St., There May Be Too Many Restaurants

Thanks to Wall St., There May Be Too Many Restaurants

Along Illinois Highway 59 in Aurora, Ill., several chain restaurants compete for business.
Thanks to Wall St., There May Be Too Many Restaurants

Thanks to Wall St., There May Be Too Many Restaurants

Along Illinois Highway 59 in Plainfield, Ill., several chain restaurants compete for business.
Firearms: Gun Death Rate Rose Again in 2016, C.D.C. Says

Firearms: Gun Death Rate Rose Again in 2016, C.D.C. Says

A Fort Worth gun show last year. The United States has more than 33,000 gun-related deaths annually.
Barack Obama Reports for Jury Duty and Signs Autographs

Barack Obama Reports for Jury Duty and Signs Autographs

People at a Chicago courthouse crowded around to get an image of former President Barack Obama.
Barack Obama Reports for Jury Duty and Signs Autographs

Barack Obama Reports for Jury Duty and Signs Autographs

People at a Chicago courthouse crowded around to get an image of former President Barack Obama.