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November 11, 2016 View email in browser

CEO’s anti-Trump email 

Matt Maloney, the head of Chicago-based GrubHub, got a backlash after he spoke out against President-elect Donald Trump in an email to employees, saying if workers agree with Trump’s views, they should resign.

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Portland is epicenter as Trump protests surge 

Another night of nationwide protests against Trump’s election turned intense in Portland, where thousands marched and some smashed store windows, lit firecrackers and sparked a fire. Police said the protest was more like a riot.

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‘You voted Trump’ as man is beaten 

A traffic incident on Chicago’s West Side led to a white motorist being beaten by black attackers as bystanders yelled anti-Trump comments. It was all caught on video.

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School cancels classes amid protest plans

Marist High School in Mount Greenwood canceled classes today for safety concerns after reports that Black Lives Matter Youth would protest. There have been tensions since the police shooting of a black man in Mount Greenwood last weekend.

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Schock indicted 

In a 24-count grand jury indictment handed up Thursday, prosecutors detailed charges accusing ex-U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock of using House and campaign funds to support a lavish, jet-setting lifestyle.

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Metra hiking fares again

Metra’s board today is expected to approve its third rate hike in three years, which would raise fares by $11.75 for a monthly pass.

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From industrial wasteland to bike park

The new 278-acre Bike Park at Big Marsh, located on Chicago’s Southeast Side, is the largest of its kind in the Midwest, with trails, dirt tracks, wooden ramps and sand pits.

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Outfield logjam could make Soler trade bait

The Cubs have a surplus of outfielders for next season with the return of Kyle Schwarber, and Jorge Soler — who has yet to fulfill his promise — could be the odd man out.

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