Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has had enough of the Chicago teacher strike. The teachers walked out last Monday and reached a tentative deal with the school board by the end of last week, but kids still aren't in school today. The teachers are reportedly unhappy with some of the details in the deal so the union is taking a few more days to review the proposal. Emanuel says there's no reason the kids and teachers can't be back in the classroom while the deal is under review. He's headed to court to file an injunction to stop the strike, claiming it was illegal because it's over issues that are deemed non-strikable by state law.