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Emanuel Cancels Paris TripDuring an interview with Politico on Wednesday, the mayor said he will not go to Paris so he can remain "front and center" in Chicago amid continuing public unrest in the wake of the scandal over the fatal police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
Interfaith Service Honors Victims Of Paris Terrorist AttacksThe interfaith prayer service was planned months ago, but the agenda was amended to include prayers for victims of terrorist attacks Paris, Beirut, Kenya, and Colombia.
Chicago High School Students Reunited With Families After Return From ParisCBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez reports the parents had never been so happy to see their children.
Emanuel Going Ahead With Trip To ParisMayor Rahm Emanuel will travel next month to the City of Lights, in part to show solidarity with the people of France. A global summit on climate change had previously been scheduled.
Paris Terror Attacks Prompt Debate About Resettling Syrian RefugeesThe deadly terrorist attacks in Paris have led some to call for blocking Syrian refugees from resettling in the U.S., while others have called for America to welcome migrants from the war-torn Middle Eastern country with open arms.
French School In Chicago Paying Tribute To Victims Of Paris Terror AttacksLycée Français de Chicago will observe a moment of silence at 1 p.m. Monday. A memorial in front of the school has been placed outside the school, where kids have dropped off flowers in remembrance of the victims.
Families Reunited With Loved Ones Returning From Paris It was an emotional night Saturday at O’Hare Airport as families waited for loved ones to come home from Paris.
Sports Stadiums On Heightened Alert After Paris Terror AttacksAt least one of the Paris attackers tried to enter France's national soccer stadium during the attacks. That news is causing sporting events across the globe to review their own security.
Hundreds Attend Silent Vigil Outside French Consulate To Remember Victims Of Paris Terror AttacksSeveral hundred people took part in a silent candlelight vigil outside the French consulate in downtown Chicago for the victims of the Paris bombings.
Flights In And Out Of France Resume After Terror AttacksOfficials temporarily suspended all travel in and out of France following yesterday's attacks.
Professor In Paris Won't Change His Routine Or Stop 'Enjoying The City'Professor Allan Potofsky has lived in Paris for 20 years. He is a professor at the University of Paris-Diderot, and he frequently collaborates with the University of Chicago's Paris Center.