When Sunayana Dumala’s husband was killed in a suspected hate crime in February, she lost her legal right to remain in the United States.
Despite federal reluctance, Mayor Rahm Emanuel said he would work toward a consent decree to overhaul officer training and discriminatory practices.
More than three decades after it happened, Mr. Robertson was charged for his role in a fatal shooting during racial unrest in York, Pa., in 1969.
The judge was injured and airlifted to a Pittsburgh hospital where he had surgery and was expected to survive.
A Northwestern professor and an Oxford administrator charged with first-degree murder made their initial appearances in an Illinois courtroom on Sunday.
Those killings are eight times as likely as others to involve no criminal sanction, based on a review of police data.