The South Shore community is searching for answers after the latest police-involved shooting took the life of 37-year-old barber Harith Augustus.
A Chicago Police officer fatally shot 37-year-old Harith Augustus just a few blocks from the man’s home Saturday, prompting an hours-long protest.
The boys’ legal saga began May 25, when they were separated from their fathers, who since then had been held near the Mexican border.
A stripper alleges the Admiral has misclassified its exotic dancers as independent contractors, “when in reality they are employees.”
The government has until 1:48 p.m. Thursday to reunite the boys with their fathers. On Wednesday, federal lawyers could offer no specifics.
The judge wrote that “…the government’s insistence on keeping these boys from their fathers can only be deemed arbitrary and conscience-shocking.”
Judge Barrett’s name could come up again if Trump gets another chance to put his stamp on the court.
The parents of the boy were not home at the time of the fire, according to preliminary information.
President Donald Trump has promised to name his second nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court as early as Monday.
A Brazilian mother detained at the border — but out of custody now — is asking a judge through a lawsuit filed Monday to reunite her with her son.
A federal judge on Monday night denied Rick Butler’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit, which alleges Butler sexually abused six girls who played for him.
Interviews, court files and videos offer a peek into the temporary world of children separated from their parents at the border, now held in Chicago.
The Chicago hearing was the latest step in a process mired in red tape and shifting immigration policies under the Trump administration.
Justice Samuel Alito, writing for the majority, said the union tradition of fair share fees “violates the First Amendment and cannot continue.”
Plaintiff Mark Janus is not a member of AFSCME Local 2600 but pays the union a monthly fee of about $47 to cover some costs of collective bargaining.