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No Charges Against Chicago Police Officer Who Shot Ronald Johnson:

No criminal charges will be filed against the Chicago police officer who shot and killed Ronald Johnson in October 2014, Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez said Monday. Johnson was armed with a loaded gun at the time of the shooting, she said.

At a news conference, Assistant U.S. Attorney Lynn McCarthy played dashboard camera video of the shooting for reporters. The video appeared to show Johnson running away from police officers and into a public park. Out of view of the camera, the 25-year-old was shot twice, she said.

LeBron James, Nike Agree On Lifetime Contract:

Nike and Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James have agreed to a lifetime contract, the biggest of its kind in company history, according to’s Darren Rovell. CNBC Now confirmed the deal.

The official terms have yet to be announced, but Joe Vardon of reported James’ annual earnings from Nike will be “multiple times” higher than the $30 million a year Nike is paying Kevin Durant.

Pearl Harbor Day Ceremonies To Mark Attack:

On the day the nation pays tribute to those who perished in the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona memorial will honor the man who was the ship’s oldest surviving officer.

As part of the 74th anniversary of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day on Monday, the ashes of retired Navy Lt. Cmdr. Joe Langdell, who died at age 100 in February, will be interred in the ship with full military burial honors.

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