Detained Man From Singapore Could Be Released After Judge's RulingA Chicago judge ruled that Amos Yee, 18, was persecuted in Singapore and should be allowed to remain here.
Immigration Advocates Call Trump's Refugee Restrictions 'Misguided'They say the President's move to block refugees will do little more than hurt people who need help.
O'Hare Detainee Sent Back To Saudi ArabiaThe niece of the Syrian woman sent back spoke to CBS 2.
O’Hare Finally Gets TSA PreCheck Enrollment CenterOne of the nation’s busiest airports finally has a TSA PreCheck Enrollment Center open.
O’Hare Night Jet Noise Draws 80 Percent Increase In ComplainantsThe number of people complaining about night O’Hare Airport jet noise jumped more than 80 percent after the first month of a test program to spread out the impact of night flights, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
At O'Hare, Anxiety And Tears Of Relief As Jet Arrives From TurkeyAmong those waiting at the airport was a distressed woman who wasn’t sure if her father had made the flight. CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
TSA Shakes Up Leadership At O'Hare To Deal With Long Security LinesResponding to public outrage over extremely long waits at O'Hare Airport, the TSA has appointed new leadership in Chicago to handle the problem at one of the world's busiest airports.
'Such a Mess!' O'Hare and Midway Travelers Voice FrustrationPeople stuck in these long lines sound off.
Three Chicago Area U.S. Reps Urge City To Reopen O'Hare Diagonal Runway
Atlanta Tops O'Hare As Nation's Busiest Airport O'Hare International Airport has lost its title as the nation's busiest airport.
Chicago-Bound Flight Diverted After Passenger Attacks Flight AttendantShuttle America Flight 3461, operating as United Express, with 69 passengers and 4 crew on board, was headed from LaGuardia Airport in New York to O’Hare International Airport when it was forced to make a stop in Detroit, because a female passenger had attacked a flight attendant.
Ruff Job: On The Lookout For Khapra Beetles At O'Hare AirportCustoms has two lines of defense when it comes to detecting items that shouldn't be brought into the U.S. There are human inspectors and the four-legged kind.