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  • An off-duty Robbins police officer shot and killed a man on the Far South Side after the man possibly tried to rob him early Friday morning, according to Chicago Police.

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  • Crowds of protesters of Donald Trump's presidency marched around downtown Chicago hours after the Republican was sworn into office.

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  • Flames engulfed a limousine parked on 13th and K Streets in Northwest D.C., just blocks away from the route of the inaugural parade.

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