Nearly 70 hours of video related to the Jussie Smollett hate crime investigation was released by the Chicago Police Department on Monday, including, for the first time, police body camera video that shows the noose around the actor's neck.

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CPS Strike Enters Day 4 After Progress In NegotiationsAs the Chicago teachers’ strike stretches into its fourth day, the Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools reached tentative agreements on several issues on Saturday, but both sides said there is a lot of work left to do. CBS 2's Cesar Rodriguez reports.
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Mayor Says Supt. Johnson Will Remain Top Cop Throughout InvestigationThe city's top cop remains under scrutiny two days after he was found at a stoplight slumped over in his vehicle.
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