Chicago violence

During Friday's episode of "All In With Chris Hayes," Ja’Mal Green put Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on blast for not addressing issues faced by the Black community.

Joshua Adams, a Chicago-based journalist, said residents on the South Side equate more police to more surveillance, direct or indirect harassment, tickets, and tension with law enforcement.

Six people were shot in Chicago on Wednesday during a vigil for a homicide victim.

President Barack Obama referred to a videotaped attack on a Chicago mentally disabled man as "despicable" Thursday while talking about the city's crime rate. Four teens have been charged with hate crimes in connection with the violent assault captured in a Facebook Live clip.

The ongoing and extreme violence in the city of Chicago is heartbreaking to say the very least and sadly it appears to be getting worse before it gets any better. Fingers have been pointed and blame has been placed in a number of directions without a concrete solution being put into place. Now, the former […]

She's doing her very best to lift him up during this very tough time.

The newly released video, which shows Officers Michelle Morsi-Murphy and Jose Lopez first pepper-spray Rev. Catherine Brown before drawing their weapons and pulling her out of her vehicle, corroborates Brown's claim that she did not attempt to run the officers over.

Pierre Stokes, 25, was charged with three felony counts of aggravated battery for a shooting on March 8.

Dwight Boone-Doty, 22, was charged with murder Monday in the execution-style slaying of 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee.

A day after Chicago police officials released graphic video of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald being gunned down by a Chicago police officer, President Barack Obama took to Facebook express concern.

A Chicago woman, partly inspired by Spike Lee's anticipated and controversial film Chiraq, has decided to curb gang and gun violence in her community by implementing a sex strike until the killings end.

Computer classes at his St. Sabina Church in the city's Englewood neighborhood were disrupted Wednesday morning over a slow Internet connection that made it difficult to complete tasks.