By Andrea V. Watson Special to the NNPA from the Chicago Defender CHICAGO–Homicides are down in Chicago this year and the statistics haven’t been this low for nearly half a century, said Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy, but it’s not time for a celebration yet. More work must be done, he said. In addition to homicides […]
By Mary L. Datcher Special to the NNPA from the Windy City Word (FIRST OF TWO PARTS) CHICAGO–It was a day that no mother or father ever wants to experience–a call informing them that their child has been murdered. The moment a child enters the world; most parents take on the responsibility of protector, nurturer, […]
This is certain to set of a number of protests and constitutional challenges. It will be interesting to see how the collision between a municipalities right to regulate businesses—i.e. on zoning—and Second Amendment rights play out. Its a totally different issue, but we remember seeing battles in some areas that pitted First Amendment rights against […]
Rather than running off to police the world and trying to fight wars overseas, perhaps we should concentrate on trying to make peace on our own soil. American streets are far more deadly than the trails of Afghanistan it seems. 2 dead, 25 wounded during Chicago weekend violence CHICAGO (AP) — Two people died and […]
Files released by the Chicago Catholic Archdiocese show decades of systematic secrecy and protection of pedophile priests.
Diego Morales’ TEDx Macatawa presentation on growing up in Chicago and leaving behind the ghetto of the mind