Chicago Suburb Controversy

— NPR's Cheryl Corley reports that Cicero, a working-class suburb of Chicago once known as Al Capone's headquarters, is again embroiled in controversy involving organized crime. The police chief has been fired by the mayor for collaborating with the FBI on an investigation into the mob and city politicians.



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