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2 Suspects in Custody for Death of US Rep . Danny Davis' 15-Year-Old Grandson
Two juveniles are in custody and are considered suspects in the fatal shooting of U.S. Rep Danny Davis' 15-year-old grandson in Chicago Friday night over a pair of gym shoes, police said Saturday. "The detectives are continuing their interrogations and charges are expected," Chicago Police
Jesse Jackson Jr. to Resign House Seat
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., the embattled Democrat from Illinois who has been on medical leave from Capitol Hill for months undergoing treatment for bipolar disorder, resigned from the House of Representatives Wednesday. Aides to House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said they had received a letter of
Rahm Emanuel Surges, Carol Moseley Braun Fades, Gery Chico Hopes
ABC's Chris Bury reports: In Chicago, one of America’s most segregated cities, the racial divides that in 1983 helped elect the city’s first black mayor, Harold Washington, appear far more muted in this election. The latest Chicago Tribune poll, out...
Bill Clinton 'Betrayed' African-Americans in Chicago Mayoral Campaign, Says Carol Moseley Braun
Former Senator Invokes Monica Lewinsky to Rebuke Clinton Support for Rahm Emanuel
Bill Clinton Campaigns for Rahm Emanuel for Mayor of Chicago
Former President Calls Emanuel a Chicagoan at Heart, Despite Years at White House
Rahm Emanuel Cleared for Mayoral Run
Chicago Elections Commission Dismissed Residency Challenges Against Former White House Chief of Staff
'Occasional Political Discomfort' Aside, Obama Signs Tax Bill
ABC News' Sunlen Miller reports: “We are here with some good news for the American people this holiday season,” President Obama said from the Eisenhower Executive Office Building this afternoon. Surrounded by Democratic and Republican members of both houses of Congress and members of the ...
The Note: From Washington To The Windy City
By MICHAEL FALCONE and AMY WALTER Rahm’s Friday. White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel’s likely announcement that he is leaving the Obama administration to run for mayor of Chicago could come as early as Friday, ABC’s Jake Tapper reports,...
Do You Know Who You Are Getting Your Hot Dog From?
For Bob Fitzgerald, finding a job with multiple DUI convictions on his record and no driver's license was no easy task . Then in July, the 56-year-old recovering alcoholic found employment—his first job since his last conviction in 2003—at a newly opened hot dog stand in Chicago. "I spent the last