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Breaking the Code of Silence

By BRENT McDONALD | Dec. 17, 2015 | 5:18 In Chicago, police have shot and killed more people in recent years than in any of the 10 largest cities in America. Yet officers are rarely disciplined. A retired officer who investigated excessive force complaints explains why. http://www.nytimes.com/video/us/100000004097463/breaking-the-code-of-silence.html?smid=re-share

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New Illinois Laws You Should Know Going Into 2016

Well, ‘‘Tis The Season’ for new laws to be put in effect for the New Year. Read More: New Illinois Laws You Should Know Going Into 2016 | http://967theeagle.net/new-illinois-laws-you-should-know-going-into-2016/

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New anonymous group messaging app

     Today we will go over a new messaging app just launched a couple of days ago. Have you ever wanted to create a virtual group quickly to communicate with your friends,students, co-workers, family members, and others? If it is so, you can just download an app known as Mileo. For …

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#BlackLiveMatter Protesters Not Welcome in Chicago

#BlackLiveMatter Protesters Not Welcome in Chicago–Booted from Black Friday When protesters took to Chicago’s Michigan Avenue last week, grassroots activists at the Black Friday boycott had no interest in sharing the Magnificent Mile with “Black Lives Matter” activists from the University of Chicago, forcing protesters associated with the group off …

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Albany Park Students Plan Boycott Of School Lunches

CHICAGO (CBS) — Fed up with meals they found disgusting, students at an Albany Park neighborhood high school have organized a boycott of school lunches on Monday. Students at Roosevelt High School said they’re sick of the food provided by Aramark, the company hired by Chicago Public Schools to serve food …

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