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Mayor Emanuel plays Chicago politics

Crusader Staff Report Three political races involving prominent Black candidates in the March 2018 primary are beginning to take shape as Mayor Rahm Emanuel is...

Emanuel and Foxx File Lawsuit against Uber in data breach case

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County State’s Attorney Kimberly M. Foxx announced that they are filing a consumer fraud lawsuit against Uber Technologies, Inc....

Trump threatens federal intervention in Chicago

Crusader Staff report With 2017 off to an even deadlier start than 2016, on Tuesday, President Donald Trump threatened federal intervention if the city doesn’t...

Anti-violence protest held outside Mayor’s home

By Eric Horng, abc7chicago.com Families who have lost loved ones to gun violence in Chicago in 2016, along with faith and community leaders, held a...

Mayor to have too much power in new police plan

Chicago Crusader staff report Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s plan for police accountability gives him too much power for his police oversight plan to remain independent, according...

Wait continues in Laquan McDonald case

Chicago Crusader staff report Patience is wearing thin among activists waiting to find out about the special prosecutor who will handle the Laquan McDonald case. Chief...

Mayor’s police oversight plan on hold again

Chicago Crusader staff report Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s plan to change the Chicago Police Department has been delayed again after community leaders and residents voiced opposition...

Initiative launched for Black neighborhoods

U.S. Representative Bobby Rush, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, community leaders, and partners from the private and public sectors recently launched the Greater Chatham Initiative...

Cermak Fresh Market to give Avondale economic boost

Company officials from Cermak Fresh Market and neighborhood leaders joined Mayor Rahm Emanuel in announcing a new Cermak Fresh Market grocery store in the...

Residents not taking shootings lying down

By Erick Johnson For over a half a mile on 79th Street, bodies were everywhere. On a sunny morning on Saturday, May 20, an eerie...