"If you have a magic bullet to stop the violence...in America, please share it with us," Johnson said.
Trump took to Twitter to say Chicago's violence will lead African Americans to vote for him.
Steverson is already facing charges stemming from a July protest.
"Southside with You" is in theaters now.
“We raised the rent because everything is going up in Pilsen," the building's landlord said.
Officials signed off on the honor in 2006, long before he became the controversial presidential nominee.
A state official once called the Sox lease "the most lucrative and one-sided deal" a ball team ever got.
The rally will be held on Sept. 8 at the Peoples Church of Chicago, 941 W. Lawrence Ave.
"There's no strategic plan right now for training in the Department," said Lori Lightfoot.
Performance artist Bea Sullivan-Knoff filed a federal suit against the city charging sex discrimination.
Trump cited a meeting he had with "a top police officer in Chicago who's not the police chief."
U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth: Kirk has "joined a rogues' gallery" of the president's "unhinged critics."
The advocates filed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging the city's 2009 "bubble zone" ordinance.
Filmmaker Marc Levin's latest documentary "Class Divide" set to screen at Siskel Film Center.
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