Illinois AG: Duckworth Lawsuit Settlement Final A settlement in the workplace retaliation lawsuit against Democratic U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth is final and the plaintiffs can't back out even if no paperwork was signed, the Illinois Attorney General's office said Thursday. Hillary Clinton Accepts Democratic Presidential Nomination The Chicago area native becomes the first woman to be nominated by a major U.S. political party.
Emanuel Shrugs Off Perceived Slight In DNC Video Labor Secretary Calls Clinton ‘Most Famous Unknown Person In America’ Blagojevich To Appear For Resentencing Via Video Conference IPRA Wants 3 Cops Fired For Shootings Found To Be Unjustified Hastert’s Prison Release Date Pushed Back City Asks Court To Preserve CPD Misconduct Records Indiana Republicans Back Pence’s Preferred Successor Democrats Already Eyeing Potential Candidates For Governor In 2018
Help Sought In Search For Suspects In Murder Of Family Dollar Manager Chicago police and local activists were asking for help identifying the suspects in a series of robberies at Family Dollar store, including one in which the manager was shot and killed earlier this month. Chicago Toddler’s Death Brings Life To Other Children Chicago parents donated the organs of their son, Xavier, after the child was fatally struck in a traffic accident.
6 More Michigan Public Workers Charged In Flint Water Crisis Ex-Judge To Investigate Possible Cover-Up In Laquan McDonald Shooting Woman Stabbed On CTA Platform In Loop Illinois AG: Duckworth Lawsuit Settlement Final Officer Says Prosecutors Silenced Him In Sandra Bland Case Police Warn Of Pair Robbing People At Gunpoint On CTA Trains CPD Cmdr. Glenn Evans Sues City, Claiming Bias In IPRA Probe Hillary Clinton Accepts Democratic Presidential Nomination