In a speech peppered with emotional moments, Mayor Emanual offers apologies, takes responsibility, and demands that the Chicago Police Department get to work on building trust with the citizens of the city.
CHICAGO (AP) — The latest developments in the city of Chicago's efforts to deal with fatal police shootings and police accountability (all times local): 3:35 p.m. The newly named chief of the independent body that reviews police officer misconduct
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office says the head of the city's police review board has resigned and will be replaced with a former federal prosecutor, a move that comes amid protests over the fatal shooting of a black 17-year-old by a white police officer.
The Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division will be launching a federal investigation into whether the Chicago police department has engaged in a pattern or practice of discriminatory or unconstitutional policing.
We tackle the backlash against prayer and why it’s popping up after the San Bernardino mass shooting when it really wasn’t an issue after the terrorist attacks in Paris. Plus, we break down the ancient Greek comedy Lysistrata, the play that inspired Spike Lee’s new film Chiraq. And we talk about the political troubles of Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel from the past week.