The Week in Review: Mayor Maintains Support for Johnson as Top Cop


On this edition of “Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review,” Eddie Arruza and his guests discuss the news of the week.

Dennis Hastert apologizes, while Chicago Tribune sources now say four people allege they were abused by the former speaker of the House. Mayor Rahm Emanuel maintains strong support for Eddie Johnson as police superintendent. The city settles with the family of a police abuse victim. Karen Lewis gets another term as president of the Chicago Teachers Union.  Alcohol may be coming to Chicago strip clubs. And both the Cubs and White Sox start their seasons strong. 

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Guests

Charles Thomas, ABC 7 News
Natasha Korecki, Politico
Salim Muwakkil, WVON and In These Times
Paul Sullivan, Chicago Tribune

The conversation continues in our exclusive online video as Arruza and guests discuss the impact of Fortune magazine's recently published list of the "world's 19 most disappointing leaders," on which Mayor Rahm Emanuel made an appearance.


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