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The group that led the large protest after Trump's election win will be out again Thursday night.

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Police are no longer preparing for a visit, which was reportedly to take place starting Thursday.

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Trump was expected to stay in Trump Tower over the weekend, according to a Tribune report.

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"When you hit Chicago, Chicago hits back," an alderman said last month. Well, at least not right away.

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Raymund, a Clinton supporter, wants to show that "hate and bigotry are nonpartisan issues."

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Thanksgiving doesn't have to be ruined by arguments over the election. Here's advice from the experts.

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John Palmer, who was arrested for disrupting Saturday's show, said he was provoked into an outburst.

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About 200 people marched through Downtown to Trump Tower Saturday.

Logan Square »

The Chicago lawmaker said no senator has fought harder against minorities and immigrants than Sessions.

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Monica Raymund said she'll be ready to talk from 2-5 p.m. Friday at Wacker and Wabash.

Downtown »

Nearly 3,000 people say on Facebook they'll go.

Pilsen »

City operators will get "special instructions" to help those concerned about their status, Emanuel said.

Humboldt Park »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said he did not believe President-elect Trump would yank funding from cities.

Mt. Greenwood »

Mount Greenwood was one of the few areas of the city won by President-elect Donald Trump.

North Park »

Neighbors want to send a clear message that the community is welcoming to all, even Republicans.