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Tucker Carlson: Americans should apply for asylum in El Salvador, it’s safer than Baltimore and Chicago

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You finally get to Guatemala and discover that, actually, the people there detest you. They couldn’t care less about all the glass ceilings you say you’ve shattered. They’re not impressed by your political science de...

Ann Reinking, Broadway star who played Roxie Hart in ‘Chicago,’ dies at 71

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Ann Reinking, the Broadway star who played Roxie Hart in the musical "Chicago," has died, her manager Lee Gross confirmed to CNN in an email late Monday. She was 71. Reinking died in her sleep in a Seattle hotel Sat...

Chicago Police Department restricts time off for officers after vaccine mandate deadline, CNN affiliate reports

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A day after Chicago police officers were required to disclose their Covid-19 vaccine status or risking losing pay, the city's police department issued a memo informing officers elective time off is restricted, accor...

Chicago police officer’s suspected killer charged with first-degree murder

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Emonte Morgan, 21, is charged with first-degree murder in Saturday's fatal shooting of 29-year-old officer Ella French, as well as attempted murder and other charges.  His brother, 22-year-old Eric Morgan, faces char...

Chicago mom killed in drive-by shooting in front of her kids day before son’s 7th birthday: family

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Kristina de Jesus was shot multiple times outside her home in Chatham near 89th Street and South St. Lawrence Avenue, her family told WLS-TV. In the emergency room, they said her 6-year-old son pleaded for his mom to...

Chicago mayor hails ‘new day for science’ in playful video swiping at Trump’s coronavirus response

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Washington Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot hailed a "new day for science" in the wake of President-elect Joe Biden's announcement of a new coronavirus task force, recording a mocking video to take a swipe at President D...

Local reporters say Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will only grant interviews to ‘Black or Brown journalists’

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NBC 5 Chicago political reporter Mary Ann Ahern took to Twitter on Tuesday to mark the "midway point" of Lightfoot's first term in office and apparently acknowledged her failed effort to land an interview.  "As ⁦@chi...

Chicago police say officers fatally shot knife-wielding man after failing to subdue him with a Taser

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Chicago police officers shot and killed a knife-wielding man early Saturday after they failed to subdue him with a Taser, police said. Officers had responded to a call about a person stabbed in Vittum Park around 1:...

Chicago announced a business curfew and banned large social gatherings as Covid-19 cases rise

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Businesses in Chicago will now have to shut down by 10 p.m., following a new order that aims to curb the latest surge of Covid-19. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced the curfew for nonessential businesses on Thu...

Chicago church where Emmett Till’s funeral was held makes the US Most Endangered Historic Places list

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The Chicago church where Emmett Till's funeral was held has made the list of the United States' Most Endangered Historic Places for 2020. Till, 14, was brutally murdered in Mississippi in 1955 after he was accused o...

Covid-19 claims beloved Chicago dispatcher: ‘His pride was going to work’

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Chicago As Guadalupe Lopez walked into work at Chicago's 911 center one night three years ago, three officers were shot on the city's west side. Lopez sat at his desk on the communications floor as officers screamed...

Illinois suburban police asked to help Chicago if needed amid possible city officer shortage: report

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A coordinator from the Illinois Law Enforcement Alarm System (ILEAS) sent an email to a dozen police officials across the state requesting they ask members of their specialized units whether they could respond to dan...

Jussie Smollett testifies to receiving text from CNN’s Don Lemon during Chicago Police attack investigation

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In his court testimony on Monday, Smollett, 39, said under oath that during the investigation, he received a text from the network’s Don Lemon — supposedly relaying information that the CPD didn’t believe his account...

Mother of brothers charged in fatal shooting of Chicago Police Officer Ella French is arrested, police say

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Police said they responded to a disturbance call around 8:30 a.m. at Advocate Christ Medical Center in suburban Oak Lawn, about 15 miles southwest of downtown Chicago.  Evalena Flores, the mother of the brothers, all...

An 8-year-old girl killed in a drive-by shooting was one of 53 people shot in Chicago over holiday weekend

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An 8-year-old girl was among at least 53 people shot during a violent holiday weekend in Chicago, according to police officials. Eight people died between Friday and Monday in shooting homicides, the Chicago Police ...

Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, designated a National Historic Landmark

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Chicago's Wrigley Field was designated a National Historic Landmark on Thursday by David Bernhardt, the Secretary of the Interior. National Historic Landmark sites are recognized as buildings, sites, districts, stru...

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