Opponent Challenges Signatures On Congressman Bobby Rush’s Nominating PetitionsThere’s potential trouble for Congressman Bobby Rush as thousands of signatures on his nominating petitions are being challenged.
Aldermen Grill Police, Union Officials In HearingChicago aldermen asked some tough questions of the city's new police watchdog during a meeting of two City Council committees.
Emanuel Makes Stealth Stops In The Inner City As He Tries To Rehabilitate His ImageEight months after sweeping to a second term, only 28 percent of voters questioned in a new poll say they would vote for Rahm Emanuel if there were an election today.
Terror Plot Uncovered Overseas Names Chicago As Potential TargetGeneva, Switzerland appears to be the focus of terrorists, who may also have their eyes on North American targets.
Five Reasons Rahm Emanuel Survives CPD CrisisWith calls for his resignation echoing from the streets of Chicago to the halls of the Statehouse, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has quietly begun his campaign to make good on this pledge to regain peoples' trust.
Emanuel: "I'm Sorry" For Laquan McDonald ShootingMayor Rahm Emanuel apologized Wednesday for the fatal police shooting of Laquan McDonald, which has become the focus of a police misconduct scandal that has proved to be the most serious crisis of his tenure, and has prompted a federal probe of the Chicago Police Department.
Feds Focusing On Officers’ Accounts Of Laquan McDonald ShootingSeveral sources familiar with the federal investigation into the Laquan McDonald shooting tell CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine a prime focus of the probe is why accounts of the other officers bears little resemblance to the dash cam video of the shooting.
Facing Tough Questions On Police Accountability, Mayor Emanuel Promises Changes At a packed news conference Monday afternoon, Mayor Rahm Emanuel pledged to make major changes in the Chicago Police Department, and not wait for federal investigators to do it.
Justice Department To Investigate Chicago Police DepartmentU.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch has announced a Justice Department civil rights investigation of the Chicago Police Department, in the wake of the fatal police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
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.
Emanuel Fires McCarthy As Chicago Police SuperintendentMayor Rahm Emanuel announced Tuesday that Police Supt. Garry McCarthy is out as the city's top cop, as the mayor seeks to rebuild public trust in the Police Department.
Police Board Chair Defends Handling Of Complaints Against PoliceThe Chicago Police Board is preparing to rule on Police Superintendent Gary McCarthy's decision to take the next step in the case of officer Jason Van Dyke.
Officer’s Attorney Says Video Of Laquan McDonald Shooting Doesn’t Tell Full StoryAttorney Dan Herbert spoke with CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine.
No Bail For Officer Charged With Murder In Shooting Of Laquan McDonaldA Chicago police officer has been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. Officer Jason Van Dyke was expected to appear for a bond hearing at noon Tuesday.
Laquan McDonald Video: When Will It Be Released?It's a burning question: When will the city release a video that shows a Chicago police officer fatally shooting a teenager?