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The head of the Federal Aviation Administration is expected to get some tough questions today from members of the U.S. Senate.

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For many in Latino and Black neighborhoods, trust in the Chicago Police Department simply doesn't exist. Years of policies detailed in a blistering Department of Justice report explains why.

Many hope the formal events on Friday, Mar. 1, will help restore, or in some cases establish, a sense of trust in communities that have long felt neglected or abused.

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Chicago voters went to the polls to choose a new mayor. And the two candidates who won the most votes are both African-American women.

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