Officials Create 'Sanctuary' Counties To Protect Gun Owners From New Laws In Rural IllinoisWe've all heard of "sanctuary cities" for immigrants. Now several counties in rural Illinois are using the same concept to protect gun rights.
Chicago Cop Up For 'Hero Of The Year' AwardChicago Police Officer Jennifer Maddox runs a program at the Parkway Gardens housing complex, partly at her own expense. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Valparaiso YMCA Accused Of Censorship After Banning CNN From TVs"The timing of this was very peculiar because I think it was basically a day or two after Mr. Trump claimed that CNN was fake news," Valparaiso YMCA member Greg Quartucci said. "I think they switched to the cooking channel."
Trump Rails Against 'Fake News,' Previews His White House AgendaIn his first news conference since July, Trump denied that Russia obtained compromising personal and financial information about him.
Find Your Running MotivationIf you don't feel up to your after-work run, then this list of motivational tips is for you.
Clippers' Sterling Apologizes, Says He's 'Not A Racist' Donald Sterling's full interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper is set to air Monday.
Bernstein: BREAKING NEWS! NFL Scandal!Stay with us as more information emerges…
Documentary To Film 105th Annual Chicago-To-Mackinac Yacht RaceMore than 300 boats will be running the annual Chicago Yacht Club Race To Mackinac this weekend, and this year it will documented on film.
Robert Redford Behind New Series 'Chicagoland'The legendary actor/filmmaker Robert Redford will be the creative force behind an eight-part documentary-style program about the city, titled "Chicagoland."
Bernstein: Paterno Legacy DestroyedToo much was at stake for Paterno to allow his football program and his vast, personal business arrangements with Second Mile connections to be brought down by scandal. So he made sure Sandusky could go about his business uninterrupted.
Bernstein: Krzyzewski, Vitale Embarrassing ThemselvesTheir biological mutualism showed an ugly side over the weekend, when both waded into the dank, murky water of the Penn State child-rape scandal.
Paul: No Federal Money For Tornado Victims U.S. Rep. and Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul (R-Texas) says victims of the tornados in downstate Harrisburg and elsewhere in the Midwest and South shouldn’t receive any federal aid, and should instead buy insurance.