Emanuel Vows Police Reform, Gets Cautious Response, Demands To Quit

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel tried to reset how he’s handled the most severe crisis of his tenure, giving a determined and emotional speech to the City Council pledging to end Chicago’s entrenched practice of police brutality and apologizing for failing to fix the deep-seated issue sooner, the Chicago Tribune reports. The 40-minute address served as
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