In an unfortunate coincidence, Rahm Emanuel's confirmation hearing to be the next U.S. ambassador to Japan is scheduled on the seventh anniversary of Chicago police killing teenager Laquan McDonald, a shooting for which the ex-mayor remains accused of helping to cover up.
Framing attempts to dislodge Rahm Emanuel from positions of power as simply “progressive complaints” ignores his actual controversial history in office and advisory positions alike.
Chance the Rapper spoke out Wednesday against Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposed plan to spend $95 million for a police academy in Chicago.
Footage uploaded to Twitter shows the students chanting “16 shots and a cover up!” and “Hey hey, ho ho, Rahm Emanuel’s got to go!”
Trump threatens to send the Feds to Chicago to end the 'carnage' from violence. City officials welcomed the assistance.
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