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  • Chicago protests the Ferguson grand jury decision

    Chicago protests the Ferguson grand jury decision
    Several hundred protesters marched through Chicago's Loop tonight, protesting the Ferguson grand jury's decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown. The reaction wasn't a big surprise, but the route to...
  • City budget would expand bike patrol unit

    City budget would expand bike patrol unit
    Mayor Emanuel's proposed 2015 budget calls for doubling the number of bike cops in the Chicago police force. The spending plan would set aside $2 million for expanding the force of police officers who patrol the city by bicycle from roughly 200 to 400....
  • Indicted cop leader drew 36 complaints in 8 years

    Indicted cop leader drew 36 complaints in 8 years
    As he ate with his infant son and a friend at a South Side diner, Chas Byars says he was disturbed to see a lone plainclothes Chicago police officer suddenly grab another customer by the back of his shirt collar and drag him out of his booth. Byars...
  • Chicago council to launch summit to support cities' global growth

    Chicago council to launch summit to support cities' global growth
    An influential Chicago organization is aiming to launch a major international summit next year focusing on how cities can thrive and grow in an increasingly globalized economy. Like the NATO Summit in 2012, the global cities gathering would seek to bring...
  • McCarthy undergoes procedure for blockage of arteries

    McCarthy undergoes procedure for blockage of arteries
    Chicago police Superintendent Garry McCarthy was “cracking jokes” not long after undergoing a medical procedure to unblock his arteries Thursday at a downtown hospital, his second-in command said, but the department disclosed scant details...
  • Obama and Biden: Cool and heated responses to a second American death

    Obama and Biden: Cool and heated responses to a second American death
    The cool and hot of Barack Obama and Joe Biden were very much in evidence Wednesday as they responded to the beheading of a pair of American journalists by Islamic terrorists: A common strategy  expressed in two wildly different tones. The...
  • Iraq crisis prompts Obama, Cameron to revisit U.S.-Britain ties

    Iraq crisis prompts Obama, Cameron to revisit U.S.-Britain ties
    President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron began Thursday by making a joint call to action in a newspaper piece against “barbaric” terrorists in Iraq. They also visited an elementary school in the morning before attending the...
  • Ukraine president, separatists predict cease-fire but with big 'ifs'

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and leaders of the pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine on Thursday professed readiness for a cease-fire on condition that the other side effectively surrender what it has been fighting for at the cost of...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Saving Mr. Banks' on Starz

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Saving Mr. Banks' on Starz
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Aug. 31 - Sept. 6, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES CNN Spotlight This new episode...
  • Heavy clashes between Ukraine forces, rebels before expected ceasefire

    Fighting raged between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels just east of the strategic port of Mariupol on Friday, shortly before envoys from Ukraine and Russia were expected to announce a ceasefire as the starting point for a wider peace plan....
  • Obama offers cautious optimism on announced cease-fire in Ukraine

    Obama offers cautious optimism on announced cease-fire in Ukraine
    President Obama offered cautious optimism Friday about a newly announced cease-fire between Ukraine and Russia and suggested that European leaders should proceed with plans to impose new sanctions against Russia until they've tested that the agreement...