Most Carry-On Electronics Banned On Non-Stop Flights From 8 CountriesThe federal government has banned passengers on non-stop flights to the U.S. from eight Middle Eastern and North African nations from bringing any electronics larger than a cell phone in their carry-on luggage.
Rehabilitation Institute Of Chicago Gets New Home, New NameDoctors, patients, and staff from the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago have been preparing to move into a new $550 million facility in Streeterville, which will feature a new name for the renowned hospital.
Will People Live On As Digital Personalities?The ability to leave behind your digital presence presents a moral dilemma, one tech observer says.
U.S. Case Against Russian-Backed Hackers A Wake-Up Call To Consumers: ExpertIt was a nefarious partnership: two spies with Russia's Federal Security Service joining two criminal hackers, who broke into the half-billion Yahoo accounts.
With Construction Rebounding, Sprinkler Fitters Seek New ApprenticesHundreds of people hungry for good-paying jobs stood outside in the cold for hours in in southwest suburban Countryside on Tuesday in order to apply to become sprinkler-fitter apprentices.
State Makes Last-Gasp Pitch To Build 3rd Chicago Area AirportA long-discussed third Chicago regional airport could get a final chance at becoming reality, as state officials seek a private developer to build and operate the facility.
Could Drone-Car Hybrid Be The Future Of Urban Transportation?Airbus and Italdesign are working on “Pop.Up,” a car that flies – or appears to. It’s part car, part drone. WBBM's Kris Kridel reports.
After The Bell: Oil Prices Plunge On Rise In Domestic InventoriesOil prices plunged more than 5 percent on Wednesday, testing three-month lows, after U.S. crude inventories rose much more than analysts expected.
Five Stores Under Strack & Van Til, Ultra Foods Banners To Close In Chicago AreaA spokesperson says the five Chicago-area stores will shut down by April 30.
In Chicago, Fed Chair Signals Bump In Interest RateFederal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen spoke at a luncheon, saying the Fed likely will raise its benchmark rate later this month. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Feds Search Caterpillar HQ In Peoria, 2 Other Company SitesFederal law enforcement officials on Thursday executed search warrants at three Caterpillar locations, including the corporate headquarters in Peoria.
White Castle Offers Free Crab Cake Sliders To McDonald's EmployeesA White Castle restaurant near Chicago is offering a playful promotion for McDonald’s employees, after the fast food rival began testing a new snow crab sandwich in California.

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