Chicago chief's firing again rattles confidence in force

The unceremonious firing of Chicago's police superintendent just weeks before his retirement has rattled a department that, under his leadership, was seeking to restore public confidence since the release of a 2014 video showing a white officer killing a black teenager with 16 gunshots.

Evidence tampering alleged in Eddie Johnson firing case

Anthony Guglielmi said officials noticed that the phone was damaged when the woman left then-Superintendent Eddie Johnson's security detail to join the evidence and recovered property unit, three days after the incident.

Reports shed new light on Eddie Johnson's firing

Chicago’s fired police chief was having drinks with a woman for hours the mid-October night officers found him sleeping behind the wheel of his SUV, according to two newspapers citing unidentified sources.

Maze Jackson on Supt. Eddie Johnson's abrupt firing

A visibly upset Mayor Lightfoot announced the termination of Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson on Monday, just weeks before he was set to retire. Political analyst and radio personality Maze Jackson talks about it.

Chicago boosts police presence to tamp down July 4 violence

Chicago's police department is following a familiar playbook for the July 4 holiday by flooding the street with officers and arresting dozens of people on drugs and weapons charges in the hopes of keeping them locked up during what is typically one of the most violent weekends of the year.