Hillary Clinton To Librarians: Books Helped Me CopeIn her first Chicago appearance since her presidential election loss, Hillary Clinton talked little about the campaign – or President Trump -- but a lot about her two upcoming books.
Pence: Personal E-mail Usage ‘No Comparison’ To Hillary Clinton’sVice President Mike Pence admitted he used a personal e-mail address for government business while serving as Governor of Indiana.
Naperville Write-In Candidate Gets 27 Votes For PresidentA Naperville man has accomplished something most of us haven’t; Phil Seeberg ran for president, and got more than just his own vote.
Trump Slams Recount Push As 'A Scam,' Says Election Is OverPresident-elect Donald Trump on Saturday condemned a growing push to force recounts in three states pivotal to his Nov. 8 victory, confronting the Green Party-backed effort for the first time even as he worked to address key Cabinet vacancies.
Jill Stein Fundraising To Launch A Recount Of Votes In 3 Key StatesGreen Party presidential nominee Jill Stein is launching a recount effort in three key states.
Baffoe: If You Wanted Less Politically Vocal Sports Figures, Wrong ElectionSports are always political, and there's no reason for athletes and coaches to #sticktosports.
Divisive Election Prompts Some To Hit "Ejector Seat" On Facebook FriendsSome social media relationships were fractured during the contentious presidential campaign, with a lot of “unfriending” and “unfollowing” happening on Facebook.
Emanuel Not Worried That Trump Presidency Will Cost ChicagoMayor Rahm Emanuel was disappointed with Hillary Clinton's defeat in the Presidential election, but he tried to find a silver lining in Donald Trump’s victory in the race for the White House.
Clinton Concedes: "This Is Painful And It Will Be For A Long Time"Hillary Clinton said it was painful and disappointing to lose the 2016 race for president to Donald Trump, but she said "we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead" as he prepares to take office in January.
After Trump Win, Chicagoans See Need To "Bridge The Gap And Come Together"In the wake of Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election, many Chicagoans were shocked and upset, but some were still expressing hope the country can come together after an especially divisive campaign.
Chicago Woman's Picture Used In Fake Clinton Campaign TweetDeborah Williams is angry that someone apparently tried to fool voters into thinking they can vote by text. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Clinton And Trump Are Neck And Neck -- At Chicago Costume Shop, AnywayMasks of the political candidates are about even, say managers at Fantasy Costumes. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.