On Friday, within hours of his swearing in, President Donald Trump memorialized the city for its violence, once again.
The first black president will deliver his valedictory in Chicago, a city where, the next president would say, African Americans are “living in hell.”
A man accused of killing one and injuring two in a stabbing in Chinatown was ordered held on $2 million bail.
Former Supt. Garry McCarthy told the New York Post political meddling has weakened the Chicago Police Department.
One off-duty Chicago Police officer suffered a graze wound and another was robbed of his gun and badge over the weekend.