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The temporary order from a San Francisco judge stops Chicago and other cities from losing federal funds.

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The attorney general blamed undocumented immigrants for Chicago's rising murder rate.

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Rev. Beth Brown called it an extension of the church mission, as it already houses a community shelter.

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Trump praised charter schools Tuesday while blasting public schools in New York, Chicago and L.A.

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The April Fools' Day stunt lampoons President Trump, Vladimir Putin, Sean Spicer and Portillo's.

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U.S. Rep Mike Quigley (D-Chicago) toured four bike paths being built on the Northwest Side Friday.

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It's the first time Chicago's seen a big drop in crime since violence surged in 2016.

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Worlds of Music is closing, and its owners are leaving Chicago. They said they've been bullied.

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There are 62 Trump units for sale, which is triple the number of listings in other Downtown buildings. 

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The agency's Employment Services Program previously was open only to those with HIV or a disability.

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More than 20 neighborhood chefs made 1,500 pints of soup for the fundraiser.

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Activists will support trans people and speak against the end of protections for trans students.

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The Chicago Catholic church stands with those "parishioners who are deeply troubled" by Trump's actions.

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DNAinfo is keeping track of how Illinois' senators vote on Trump's Cabinet.

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People who donated $50 receive two pints of soup from some of Chicago's most famous chefs.