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Judge: Sessions can't deny grant money for sanctuary cities
A federal judge has ruled that Attorney General Jeff Sessions cannot follow through with his threat to withhold public safety grant money to Chicago and other U.S cities for refusing to impose tough immigration policies
The Latest: Chicago mayor applauds 'sanctuary cities' ruling
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says a federal judge's ruling that Attorney General Jeff Sessions cannot withhold grant money to so-called sanctuary cities is a clear statement "that the Trump administration is wrong."
JPMorgan Chase investing $40M in Chicago neighborhoods
JPMorgan Chase & Co. says it plans to invest $40 million over three years in neighborhoods on Chicago's South and West Sides to create economic opportunity
Chicago asks for national halt to Trump immigration rules
Chicago is asking a federal judge for a nationwide halt to Trump administration requirements that cities enforce tough immigration laws in order to receive some federal grants.
Chicago's lawsuit over sanctuary city threat goes to court
Chicago is asking a federal judge to block President Donald Trump's administration from following through on its threat to withhold public safety grants to so-called sanctuary cities
Chicago mayor calls threat to withhold funds 'blackmail,' files lawsuit against DOJ
When Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced plans Sunday to sue the United States Department of Justice, it became the latest salvo in the ongoing battle between the Trump administration and so-called sanctuary cities. Two weeks ago, the Justice Department declared its intention to withhold grants
Chicago to sue Justice Department over sanctuary city policy
Chicago will file a lawsuit Monday against the U.S. Justice Department over its plan to withhold grant money from so-called "sanctuary cities" for immigrants, the city's mayor said.
The Note: Pence bats down 2020 talk and pledges loyalty
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Hit a few balls, make a few calls: President Trump is at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey , for his working vacation while the White House is undergoing renovations. Who’s loyal? Vice President Mike Pence issued an unusual statement, calling it “ disgraceful and
Chicago to sue Justice Department over sanctuary city policy: mayor
Chicago will file a lawsuit Monday against the U.S. Justice Department over its plan to withhold grant money from so-called " sanctuary cities " for immigrants, the city's mayor said. Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a radio interview Friday that the city will file suit Monday in federal court over the