“60 Minutes” Focuses on Chicago’s Deadly Year

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Chicago's struggles with gun violence again made national news Sunday night as CBS "60 Minutes" covered the city's deadliest year in two decades, the Chicago Tribune reports. The program aired "Crisis in Chicago," in which correspondent Bill Whitaker delves into the factors that have been driving Chicago's surging number of shootings. The Tribune tallied at least 781 homicides for . . .

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