Kenwood, Hyde Park Residents Still Beaming After Obama Victory
President Barack Obama was back in Washington, D.C., Wednesday night after winning re-election a day earlier. His victory is short-lived, and he knows he must get back to work right away, but his supporters -- particularly neighbors in Kenwood and Hyde Park -- are still beaming with pride. CBS 2's Pamela Jones reports.
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