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Man arrested for fatally pushing Marine vet in front of oncoming train
An 18-year-old North Side man who was arrested Friday night is suspected of “punching and pushing’’ a 29-year-year-old Marine veteran into the path of a CTA train, killing him Tuesday in the Loop, Chicago police say
Pentagon eyes Chicago, Michigan, Florida, Louisiana as COVID-19 spreads
The U.S. military is watching coronavirus infection trends in Chicago, Michigan, Florida and Louisiana with concern as it weighs where else it may need to deploy.
Air Force commissions first female Muslim chaplain in US military history
"This is a big day not just for Muslims, but for persons of all faiths."
Family identifies US soldier killed in attack on Kenyan military base
"He told me everything would be OK. Those were his last words to me."
Chicago gang leader charged with attempting to aid ISIS
He was caught on candid camera.
‘Chicago is my home’ — Army vet deported to Mexico returns to the US to fight for citizenship
Army veteran Miguel Perez Jr. was allowed temporary travel to the U.S. for an immigration hearing, to decide if he can obtain citizenship after being deported in 2018 over nonviolent drug charges
‘We avoided tragedy’ — No injuries reported after gunman opens fire at Chicago VA hospital
No one was injured when a man fired an assault rifle at a Veterans Affairs hospital on the Near West Side Monday afternoon, then ran inside where he was arrested near a pharmacy as staff and patients yelled and scattered for cover
National Guard Will Not Get Called On To Stop Chicago Violence
As Chicago capped off its deadliest month in almost 20 years, Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner on Wednesday ruled out the...