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As the camera moves slowly over the landscape, the images seem to be from another world.
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Hundreds of police officers have been hanging out on the roofs of local donut shops on Friday, as part of an annual charity event.
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“When the complaint comes in, it’s down within five days; very often, within three days. If it’s high, it may take a day or two longer, but within five days the graffiti is removed,” said Streets and Sanitation Commissioner Charles Williams.
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The longtime Republican lawmaker allegedly paid about $1.7 million in cash to a longtime acquaintance – identified as Individual A in the indictment – beginning in 2010, to conceal misconduct that occurred years earlier.
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A Chicago police officer is suing the city, claiming he blew the whistle on his boss, leading to retaliation.
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