Chicago Police Prepare For Jason Van Dyke Sentencing HearingChicago police are monitoring social media to see where protests could spring up as they prepare for the sentencing hearing in the case of former police officer Jason Van Dyke and the shooting death of Laquan McDonald.
Three CPD Officers Cleared In Cover-Up Trial A Day Before Van Dyke SentencingThree Chicago police officers have been found not guilty of a cover-up in the case of the shooting death of Laquan McDonald.
Judge To Issue Verdict In Chicago Police Cover-Up CaseDuring the trial, prosecutors argued that the reports written by the three about the October 2014 shooting included some of the same lies they say were designed to protect Officer Jason Van Dyke.
Judge Denies Acquittals In Trial Of Alleged Cover-Up Of Laquan McDonald ShootingA judge has denied defense requests for directed acquittals in the trial of three Chicago police officers charged with lying about the shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald.
3 Chicago Police Officers Face Trial In Alleged Cover-Up Of Laquan McDonald ShootingThe trial begins Tuesday for three Chicago police officers charged with lying in official reports to cover up the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald.
Woman Told To 'Cover Up' While Breastfeeding Responds, Photo Goes ViralIn the photo, the woman is literally covering up – with a blanket on her head.
No Prison Time For Lesser-Known Blagojevich AssociateA lesser-known associate of deposed Gov. Rod Blagojevich will not be getting prison time for his involvement in a kickback scheme.
Brother Of Ousted Penn State President Says Sibling Wasn't Part Of Cover-UpLarry Spanier, the brother of former Penn State University President Graham Spanier, defends his sibling in an interview with CBS 2's Dana Kozlov.
Vatican Faces Lawsuit Over Sexual Abuse By Chicago PriestA lawsuit is expected to be filed today against the Roman Catholic Church – specifically, the Vatican – over a former priest who molested young boys on the city’s West Side.
Funeral Director Going To Jail For Cremation Cover-UpProsecutors said Marcee Dane tried to cover up a mix-up involving a family's ashes by first lying to the family, then getting another person's remains and sending the family those remains to cover the mistake.