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Mourners Remember A Cardinal Of Many Facets

CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley talks with parishioners and clergy members about the late cardinal.


People leave flowers and mourn at a makeshift memorial in homage to anti-government protesters killed in the past weeks' clashes with riot police on Kiev's Independence Square on February 24, 2014. Ukraine issued an arrest warrant Monday for ousted president Viktor Yanukovych over the 'mass murder' of protesters and appealed for $35 billion in Western aid to pull the crisis-hit country from the brink of economic collapse. The dramatic announcements by the ex-Soviet nation's new Western-leaning team -- approved by parliament over a chaotic weekend that saw the pro-Russian leader go into hiding -- came as a top EU envoy arrived in Kiev to buttress its sudden tilt away from Moscow. (Photo credit : BULENT KILIC/AFP/Getty Images)

Chicago’s Ukrainian Community Prays, Mourns Deaths Of Protesters

After Ukraine’s bloodiest week in decades, members of Chicago’s Ukrainian community prayed Sunday and pondered the uncertain future of a country in turmoil.


File Photo Of Maggie Daley (Milos Bicanski/Getty Images)

Mourners Still Visiting City Hall To Sign Maggie Daley’s Condolence Books

Two full days after Maggie Daley’s funeral, mourners continued to visit condolence books set up in the center of Chicago City Hall, to write words of remembrance and celebration for the Daley Family.

CBS Chicago–11/30/2011