The weapon was among 17 confiscated firearms confiscated by Chicago police officers in the 7th District.
Chicago and its violence have been a frequent subject of President Donald Trump's attention. It was a common campaign thread Trump used to hammer Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama and others. Since becoming president Trump has returned the theme. Here are Trump's mentions of Chicago -- and the state of Illinois -- with annotations where appropriate.
The Trump administration’s assault on judges, watchdogs, and the ideal of impartial justice is ripped straight from the modern autocrat’s playbook, experts say
Restrictions lifted on supply of military equipment, while public investigations ended, and limits placed on 'Consent Decrees' that legally enforced police reforms
The Chicago Police Department’s second-in-command announced Tuesday he will retire this summer after 34 years on the force.
President Donald Trump attacked Bubba Wallace on Monday, arguing that NASCAR’s only Black driver should have apologized over a report of a noose found in his garage stall last month. Trump also claimed – inaccurately – that TV ratings have dropped due to NASCAR’s decision to ban Confederate flags from its race events. “Has @BubbaWallace [
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that places modest restrictions on police chokeholds, calls for improved training requirements, aims to track problem officers when they change jobs to avoid punishment, and urges local governments to pair police with social workers when responding to certain types of calls. The president lost no time [
President says Joe Biden 'can't put two sentences together' and claims Democrat would be controlled by a 'radical fringe group of lunatics'
Jon Stewart spoke about the ongoing protests against police brutality as well as Donald Trump’s handling of the situation amid the coronavirus pandemic in a lengthy new interview.
The rock icon was not happy after his songs were played at Trump's Independence Day celebration at the Mount Rushmore National Memorial.
For a brief moment after George Floyd’s death, the White House pursued the semblance of a reform process. But the president is over that now.