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Chicago: Over 70 heroin overdoses in 72 hours

Chicago - As if it wasn't bad enough that people were shooting each other in record numbers in Chicago, now they are trying to kill each other with bad narcotics. Dozens of people were said to have overdosed on a heroin-fentanyl mix this past week alone.

Chicago sued over cloud tax on streaming services

Chicago - In July, Chicago introduced the cloud tax, which taxes streaming services such as Netflix. Now, Chicago is being sued over it.

Hamels throws no-hitter in what may be last start for Phillies

Chicago - Philadelphia Phillies pitching star Cole Hamels certainly heard the rumors about being traded before Saturday's waiver deadline.

Op-Ed: Amari Brown: Fireworks for some, mourning for others

Chicago - They already tried banning the sale guns and it was deemed unconstitutional. What's Chicago to do in the wake of yet another child murder?

Chicago to charge tax on streaming services like Netflix

Chicago - People who live in Chicago will soon pay more for streaming services, including Spotify and Netflix, due to the 'Cloud Tax' that takes affect in a few weeks.

Police agency recommends firing Chicago cop for off-duty shooting

Chicago - For the first time in its eight-year history, a Chicago agency that investigates serious misconduct allegations against police officers has recommended that an off-duty officer be fired for shooting someone.

Watch this viral video of a police officer sleeping on the job

A police officer in Chicago has been suspended for five days without pay after a viral video captured him sleeping in his police cruiser while on duty.

Cop calls pregnant woman racist remark, punches her in stomach

A Chicago officer is being investigated after allegations emerged that he punched a pregnant woman in the stomach. Apparently, the altercation occurred after the woman laughed at the the officer for failing to catch a suspect he was chasing on foot.

Chicago agrees $5.5 mn payout for police torture victims

Washington - The Chicago city council approved a $5.5 million reparations package for dozens of men -- most of them African-American -- who were tortured by police between 1972 and 1991, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Blues-rock guitarist Hamish Anderson talks to Digital Journal Special

Digital Journal meets the 23-year-old Australian, described by as a "guitar phenomenon," who is about to embark on an extensive North American tour.

Interview with rock duo V2's producer Ron Nevison Special

V2 are one of the most exciting new rock acts around at the moment and have recently released their debut album, produced by the very experienced Ron Nevison. He spoke to Digital Journal.

Passion for political science at the 2015 MPSA Conference Special

Chicago - The annual MPSA Conference was recently held at the Palmer House in Chicago, IL. Thousands are drawn to the yearly event, and each passes a symbol of romance upon arriving. Passion for the field of political science was exuded by all who participated.

Fire extinguisher factory destroyed by huge blaze in Chicago

Chicago - Firefighters responded to a massive blaze Thursday in a place that they probably never thought likely to catch fire: A factory that makes fire extinguishers. The blaze broke out in Chicago's Arthur Heights section shortly after 9 p.m.

'Insurgent' sails past 'Cinderella'

"Insurgent" took over the box office and grabbed the glass slipper from "Cinderella." But, it rolled out about even with last year's "Divergent."

Homan Square, CIA-style 'black site,' uncovered in Chicago

Chicago - A report published by the UK's Guardian uncovers a secret facility called Homan Square, run by the Chicago Police Department. At the facility, police employ methods that reflect the abuses at the overseas detention facilities of the war on terror.

Video: Nik Wallenda completes Chicago skyscraper tightrope walks

Chicago - Daredevil tightrope walker Nik Wallenda, 35, completed two skyscraper high-wire walks on live TV Sunday evening: The first walk at more than 500 ft over the Chicago River, and the second blindfolded, without a safety net or a harness.

Interview with singer and comedienne Jenny Talia Special

The multi-talented Australian, a U.S. resident since 1999, speaks to Digital Journal about her last album, her new album and her upcoming Australasian tour.

Chicago schools among best in Illinois according to demographics

Chicago - Chicago came out on top in Illinois school standings. U.S. News ranked five Chicago high schools in the top 10 Illinois high schools. This is an important factor for those looking to purchase a new home in Chicago.

Op-Ed: ISIS publicity campaign – Multiple threats, multiple backlashes

In keeping with the habitual high profile publicity model started by Al Qaeda, ISIS is making multiple threats against targets around the world. Threats are receiving backlash responses online.

Review: Chicago delights at Jones Beach Theater in Long Island, New York Special

Wantagh - Iconic rock band Chicago played a concert at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York, on August 17, for a great turnout.

Review: REO Speedwagon charms at Jones Beach Theater in New York Special

Wantagh - On August 17, iconic rock group REO Speedwagon played a concert at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York, with the band Chicago.

Chicago and REO Speedwagon to play Jones Beach, New York

Rock band Chicago will be performing live at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater on Sunday, August 17 in Wantagh, New York.

Op-Ed: Obama worst president ever, including future

Chicago - The pathetic failures of the nation’s first black president, Barack Obama, probably will mean he is not only the worst president the country has had, but the worst one it will ever have.

SWAT patrols Chicago streets after 82 people shot over weekend

Chicago - Heavily-armed police SWAT teams are patrolling the streets of Chicago following a violent Fourth of July weekend during which at least 82 people were shot, 14 of them fatally.

Nine dead in weekend surge of shootings in Chicago

Chicago - At least nine people were murdered in Chicago over the Independence Day weekend in an explosion of gun violence branded "simply unacceptable" by its mayor.

Op-Ed: Chicago: 82 shot, 14 killed during July 4th holiday

Chicago - Within 84 hours there were 82 casualties and 14 dead. The statistics aren’t from Syria or Iraq, they are from Chicago, Illinois; Windy City USA.

14 dead, 82 shot in Chicago over 4th of July weekend

Chicago - The holiday weekend in Chicago was marred by gun violence across the city. The youngest victim of this weekend's shootings was only 14 years old, he was shot by police.

Review: Matt Ryanz tips hat to Steve Grand by covering 'All-American Boy'

Chicago-based singer-songwriter Matt Ryanz has paid tribute to one of his favorite contemporary artists, Steve Grand, by covering his "All-American Boy," hit song that went viral.

Video: George Lucas plans Museum of Narrative Art in Chicago

Chicago - George Lucas has promised to open a museum celebrating his achievements and those of his favorite artists in Chicago. Big names such as Maxfield Parrish and N.C. Wyeth will be included in displays.

Nuns sue strip club for being too close to convent

Stone Park - In a Chicago suburb, a group of disgruntled nuns have united against an unwanted neighbor. This strip club, they say, plays loud music as they pray and keeps them up late at night.
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Nik Wallenda walking across the Chicago River
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A photo of Chicago from a plane, on Tuesday January 7, 2014
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s “Chrysanthemums.” Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL
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Dogs adjusting to Chicago's blizzard of 2011
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Chicago blizzard 2011
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Ryan Johnson jumps over top of former Red Dan Gargan and heads the ball towards goal. It was as close as TFC got to tying the game as the ball bounced off the base of the near post
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Toronto City Councillor Michael Thompson speaking at a press conference at city hall to renew the Partner City relationship between Chicago and Toronto.
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