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Editorial: Nightmare in Chicago: The killing of Treja Kelley

In some Chicago neighborhoods, the normalcy of everyday life is regularly undercut by gun violence. It is this city's ceaselessly recurring nightmare - as dizzying to comprehend as it is dismaying.

Treja Kelley, 18, graduated from high school this year. She had college plans

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