Listen: Anti-violence protest on Chicago expressway leads to arrests
"If you drive you've probably found yourself waiting at a red light while the intersection remains empty artificial intelligence may soon make that a thing of the past. Researchers are taking steps toward a future where smart traffic lights and internet connected. Cars can make getting around town smoother for both drivers and. Pedestrians. That's your money. Now. Pope Francis hint says to why he's remained silent in the face of an accusation that he covered up for a cardinal involved in sex-abuse ABC's. Megan Williams reports from Rome during mass at his Vatican residence. The pope said silence and prayer are the best responses to those seeking scandal and division. Vatican observers say his comments allude to the recent call by the Italian archbishop coddle Maria Vigano for the pope to resign in a letter released to conservative Catholic sites. Vegan accused Francis of lifting sanctions against now. Disgraced cardinal Theodore McCarrick, despite vegan. Oh, telling the pope McCarrick sexually preyed on seminarians. Megan Williams, ABC news, Rome. Dozens of anti-violence demonstrators attempt to get onto a busy Chicago interstate ABC's Ryan burrow reports the protest was led by Reverend Gregory Livingston and attempt to bring more awareness to the violence plaguing. Some of Chicago's neighborhoods on the south and Westside clinic aknowledging beforehand that he planned to be arrested. Police. They don't arrest KMart. The protesters met by dozens maybe hundreds of officers blocking the entrance ramps at the Kennedy expressway Livingston was the first album. A handful of people peacefully arrested says it's planning more demonstrations in the future. High burrow ABC news, Chicago a man without a team NFL star. Colin Kaepernick is clinching the new sports endorsement deals. ABC's Chuck's Iverson. Colin Kaepernick accepting an ACLU courageous advocate award last December. We all have an obligation. No matter the risk, and regardless of reward to stand up for our fellow men and women risk. No NFL job reward. A new multi year endorsement deal announced by his attorney on Twitter to make capture Nick one of the faces of Nikes thirtieth anniversary just do it campaign. According to a person familiar with the contract an arbitrators denied the NFL's request to throw out the quarterbacks claims that owners conspire to not hire him because of his kneeling during the national anthem protesting social. Justice."