A prosecutor alleged Monday that the teen siblings of Mohammed Hamzah Khan left their suburban Chicago home with him last month and were also intent on traveling to Syria to join Islamic State militants.
We have an interview with Mayor Emanuel's new pick for City Treasurer. And, we hear from the author of a new book that exposes a know chapter in FBI history revolved around African American writers. Plus, the sounds of French jazz vocalist, Cyrille Aimee.
Today, we’re looking at how 9/11 transformed Muslim-Americans around the country and in Chicago.In a previous segment, we talked to a lawyer who defended the Global Relief Foundation, a local Islamic charity shuttered by the federal government shortly after the attacks.