U.S., European Allies Consider Military Strike In Syria
The United Nations Security Council is meeting again Friday to talk about the crisis in Syria. The meeting comes as the Trump administraiton weighs a final decision on the possible use of military force in Syria in response to its suspected chemical attack on civilians. CBS 2's Teri Okita reports.

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Russia Blames Israel For Missile Strike On Syrian Air BaseRussia says Israiel is behind a deadly missile strike on an air base in Syria, after a suspected chemical weapons attack by the Syrian government killed dozens of civilians in a rebel-held Damascus suburb over the weekend. CBS 2's Wendy Gillette reports.
New Tariff Threats Stoke Greater Fear Of Trade War With ChinaPresident Trump has ordered the U.S. Trade Representative to consider an additional $100 billion in tariffs against China. It's the latest escalation of what could soon be an all-out trade war between the world's two biggest economic powers. CBS 2's Weijia Jiang reports.
British Parliament Wants Facebook CEO To Testify About Data HarvestingThe whistleblower who exposed the Facebook data harvesting scandal testified before British lawmakers Tuesday. He said it's "categorically untrue" consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica never used Facebook data. Parliament now wants to hear from Facebook's founder. CBS 2's Teri Okita reports.
Trump Agrees To Face-To-Face Meeting With North Korean DictatorPresident Donald Trump has accepted an offer for a face-to-face meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. It will be the first ever meeting between a sitting U.S. president and a leader of North Korea. Weijia Jiang reports.
Trump To Meet With North Korean Leader Kim Jong UnIn a stunning turn of events, President Donald Trump has agreed to sit down for talks with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. If the meeting does take place, it would be the first ever face-to-face negotiation between the sitting leaders of the U.S. and North Korea. CBS 2's Hena Doba reports.
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Board To Rule On Rialmo's FateCBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports on the upcoming police board hearing that will decide whether Robert Rialmo should stay on the force.
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Parkland Survivor Seeks More Minority Input In #NeverAgain MovementA teenager who survived the shooting at Parkland Douglas High School in Florida visited students in South Holland on Thursday, to enlist her peers in the fight against gun violence. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Duckworth Brings Baby Daughter On Senate FloorA day after the U.S. Senate changed its rules to allow babies in the chamber, U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth brought her newborn daughter with her to vote on the Senate floor on Thursday.
Parkland Survivor Visits Thornwood High To Discuss Violence, Gun ControlOn the eve of a national walkout honoring those killed 20 years ago at Columbine High School, a girl who survived the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School was visiting with students in South Holland. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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Board To Rule On Rialmo's FateCBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports on the upcoming police board hearing that will decide whether Robert Rialmo should stay on the force.
Scarred At The SalonCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports on a woman who says she had her eyebrows burned off at a Chicago salon.
Rialmo RulingCBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports from Chicago Police headquarters, the site of a board hearing on whether officer Robert Rialmo, who shot and killed Bettie Jones and Quintonio LeGrier, will get to keep his job.

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