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The grant announced by Attorney General Jeff Sessions revives an anti-gang and gun violence program.

Jefferson Park »

Attorney General Lisa Madigan sued the city Tuesday to ensure a judge would oversee police reform.

North Center »

Federal investigators criticized how police were trained to use stun guns and help the mentally ill.

Downtown »

The city's new lawyer is Edward Siskel, a nephew of the late film critic Gene Siskel.

Archer Heights »

"CPD engages in a pattern or practice of unconstitutional use of force," the report concluded.

Downtown »

Chicago police training sets up new officers to get hurt and hurt others, the federal report says. 

South Loop »

Though unsurprising, the federal findings on Chicago police misconduct are still emboldening activists.

Bronzeville »

The federal probe began after the release of the Laquan McDonald police shooting video in 2015.

Near West Side »

The forum is slated for 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 24 at Malcolm X College, 1900 W. Jackson Blvd.

Downtown »

The funds will go toward new equipment and overtime patrols. 

Uptown »

The Department of Justice held a public forum as part of its civil rights investigation Tuesday.

Norwood Park »

A U.S. probe would reveal a "microcosm of everything that's wrong" with the Police Department, he said.

The Loop »

Nine of the 15 Dyett hunger strikers occupied the Chicago Public Schools lobby for more than an hour.

Near West Side »

Eight people were charged in the four-year-old investigation.