President Obama to hecklers: 'It's good to be back in Chicago'

President Barack Obama made time during his Chicago visit Tuesday to talk about the volatile situation in Ferguson, Missouri — but it was his planned comments about immigration that sparked the most passion.


Rev. Sharpton: ‘You have broken our hearts ... not broken our backs.’

As Michael Brown Sr., father of the slain teen, stood next to Rev. Al Sharpton, the veteran civil rights campaigner declared: “This is not a Ferguson problem… It’s a national problem.”

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