Sean Spicer: 'Sometimes We Can Disagree With The Facts'In his first press briefing, President Trump's Press Secretary defended his claim that record numbers watched the inauguration
Hundreds Of Thousands March On Washington For Women's RightsThe largest march took place in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, surpassing even organizer’s expectations.
At Inauguration, Trump Promises America Will 'Start Winning Again'As part of the peaceful transition of power, once-bitter rivals and fierce critics were in the crowd, including Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Illinois Republicans Optimistic About Trump's InaugurationDownstate Congressman Adam Kinzinger knows that with Republicans in charge of Congress and the White House, it's a whole new ballgame.
CPD Receives Mental Illness Training To Better Respond To CallsChicago’s first responders demonstrated Monday new cross-training programs to help recognize those dealing with mental illness.
DOJ Report The Latest Laquan McDonald Fallout For Mayor EmanuelThe release of the DOJ report is the latest chapter in a firestorm around CPD that once seemed to threaten Rahm Emanuel's political career.
Department Of Justice Report Will Say CPD Violated Constitutional RightsThe Department of Justice will release Friday the results of a 13-month federal investigation on the Chicago Police Department.
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.
Obama Bids Farewell To Presidency In Chicago SpeechObama plans to reaffirm in his farewell address his belief that change only happens when "ordinary people get involved, get engaged and come together to demand it."
On Eve Of Obama's National Farewell, Illinois Allies Praise His PresidencyIllinois Democrats were thanking the president for his last big gift to Chicago, a $1 billion grant for CTA train tracks and stations.
Gov. Rauner Not Optimistic About State Budget Breakthrough, Blames MadiganWith the Illinois General Assembly back in session next week, the governor sat down with CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley.
Duckworth, Other Asian-American Politicians Making Mark In IllinoisBesides Duckworth, Raja Krishnamoorthi, an Indian American, is sworn in to replace her in the U.S. House. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley reports.

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