The Trump campaign said they decided to cancel the event after 'meeting with law enforcement', but police say they had 'adequate resources' for it to continue
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By convention, presidents are expected to give their successor, of whichever party, space
95 people have been killed in Chicago since 1 January, compared to 47 in the same time period last year
Two of the victims were young boys
The emails from EAPi fratenity used the n-word, called Muslim students 'terrorists' and said they would celebrate Martin Luther King day by eating fried chicken
Dr Jason Lieb moved from pillar to post, allegedly dodging claims of sexual harassment
The officer who killed 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier said the teenager assaulted him and caused emotional distress
European enthusiasts and record-collectors flocked to Clay's music because of its spare, "unvarnished" style perfected in the 1960s soul scenes in Memphis, Tennessee and Muscle Shoals
In his 21 years in Chicago politics Obama refrained from criticising the US’s most corrupt political machine
The network has since said this is not its official policy
Every large building in the centre of every US city would have the word TRUMP emblazoned on them in 60ft-high letters, and the man himself would quickly announce that he was to be Emperor for life
Mayor cuts trip short amid calls that he step down from office
The mother was caught in crossfire as police tried to make an arrest
More than 4,000 current and retired firefighters across the US are suing an Illinois siren company on claims that their alarms endangered their health nearly everyday on the job.
The US Judicial Department earlier this month announced an investigation into the Chicago Police Department's 'patterns and practices'