Hugh Hefner, Playboy Founder, Dead At 91
Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner has died at age 91. The Chicago-born Hefner was credited -- or blamed -- with initially pushing the boundaries of adult entertainment with the magazine's launch in 1953. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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Durbin Slams Sessions For Threatening Funds To Sanctuary CitiesU.S. Sen. Dick Durbin had a tense exchange with Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Capitol Hill, over the Trump administration’s threats to strip federal grants from so-called “sanctuary cities” like Chicago.
Gutierrez Makes Second Relief Trip To Puerto RicoCongressman Luis Gutierrez was on his way back to Puerto Rico on Wednesday, on his second relief trip after Hurricane Maria, bringing money donated by Chicagoans for storm survivors.
Trump Denies Telling Fallen Soldier's Widow 'He Knew What He Was Getting Into'President Trump sparked controversy Monday when he claimed past presidents didn't make calls to Gold Star families after their loved ones were killed in combat. Now the president is dealing with a new controversy over a phone call he did make to the widow of a fallen Green Beret. Mola Lenghi reports.

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Durbin Slams Sessions For Threatening Funds To Sanctuary CitiesU.S. Sen. Dick Durbin had a tense exchange with Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Capitol Hill, over the Trump administration’s threats to strip federal grants from so-called “sanctuary cities” like Chicago.
Gutierrez Makes Second Relief Trip To Puerto RicoCongressman Luis Gutierrez was on his way back to Puerto Rico on Wednesday, on his second relief trip after Hurricane Maria, bringing money donated by Chicagoans for storm survivors.
Activists Protest Revised Travel Ban At O'HareDemonstrators gathered at O'Hare International Airport on Wednesday to protest President Donald Trump's latest version of the travel ban, which was swiftly blocked in court.

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Durbin Slams Sessions For Threatening Funds To Sanctuary CitiesU.S. Sen. Dick Durbin had a tense exchange with Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Capitol Hill, over the Trump administration’s threats to strip federal grants from so-called “sanctuary cities” like Chicago.
Gutierrez Makes Second Relief Trip To Puerto RicoCongressman Luis Gutierrez was on his way back to Puerto Rico on Wednesday, on his second relief trip after Hurricane Maria, bringing money donated by Chicagoans for storm survivors.
Trump Denies Telling Fallen Soldier's Widow 'He Knew What He Was Getting Into'President Trump sparked controversy Monday when he claimed past presidents didn't make calls to Gold Star families after their loved ones were killed in combat. Now the president is dealing with a new controversy over a phone call he did make to the widow of a fallen Green Beret. Mola Lenghi reports.

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Durbin Slams Sessions For Threatening Funds To Sanctuary CitiesU.S. Sen. Dick Durbin had a tense exchange with Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Capitol Hill, over the Trump administration’s threats to strip federal grants from so-called “sanctuary cities” like Chicago.
Gutierrez Makes Second Relief Trip To Puerto RicoCongressman Luis Gutierrez was on his way back to Puerto Rico on Wednesday, on his second relief trip after Hurricane Maria, bringing money donated by Chicagoans for storm survivors.
Trump Denies Telling Fallen Soldier's Widow 'He Knew What He Was Getting Into'President Trump sparked controversy Monday when he claimed past presidents didn't make calls to Gold Star families after their loved ones were killed in combat. Now the president is dealing with a new controversy over a phone call he did make to the widow of a fallen Green Beret. Mola Lenghi reports.

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