CBS 2 Presses White House About Sanctuary Cities Via SkypeChicago was front and center at Friday's White House Press Briefing. CBS 2's Derrick Blakley inquired about crime, money and sanctuary cities.
AG Lisa Madigan Declines White House InvitationThe Illinois Attorney General declined President Trump's invitation to meet with a group of states' attorneys general at the White House.
Kellyanne Conway Kneels On Oval Office Couch, Sparks DebatePhotos of the White House Adviser kneeling on an Oval Office couch with her shoes on sparked debate about decorum in the executive mansion.
White House Blocks Reporters From On-The-Record BriefingThe White House prevented several prominent news organizations from attending an on the record White House press briefing on Friday.
Emanuel Presses Trump White House For More Federal ResourcesPublic safety and transportation came up as Chicago's mayor met with presidential aides Monday in Washington. CBS 2 political reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
Martellus Bennett Will Skip Patriots' Trip To Donald Trump's White HouseBennett is the first pro athlete to decline a White House invitation with Donald Trump.
Trump Administration Takes Aim At Chicago On White House WebsiteSpecifically, the Trump Administration singles out Chicago for its violence, much like presidential candidate Donald Trump did.
An Inside Look At Cubs' Visit With Obama At The White HouseThe Chicago Cubs made a visit Monday to the White House to be honored by President Barack Obama for their World Series Champions title, before he leaves office.
Jake Arrieta Will Miss Cubs' White House Visit Due To Family ReasonsArrieta confirmed that his absence is for a family medical situation and not related to politics.
CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke To Cover Cubs' White House VisitMawicke has your front-row ticket for the Chicago Cubs White House visit.
Cubs Will Visit White House On MondayCubs owners and most players are expected to be in Washington for the meeting with Barack Obama.
Obama: 'I Will Always Be A Citizen Of Chicago'President Obama talks about Chicago's crime problem and his post-White House plans, during an interview with CBS 2 Special Correspondent Jay Levine.