Republicans On Capitol Hill Open To Banning Bump Stocks After Vegas Massacre
Security is top of mind in light of the mass shooting in Las Vegas. As the victims of the massacre are being remembered, CBS 2's Seth Lemon reports on a rare agreement over gun control on Capitol Hill.

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Senate Approves $4 Trillion Budget, Setting Stage For GOP Tax PlanRepublican Senators showed unity last night when they passed a budget that paves the way for their tax reform plan without a Democratic filibuster. CBS 2's Seth Lemon reports.
Lupita Nyong'o Joins Growing List Of Weinstein AccusersTwo weeks after a bombshell expose in the New York Times, the Harvey Weinstein sex assault scandal continues to grow. Another Oscar winner has come forward, while other A-listers are saying it's time for Hollywood to change. CBS's Chris Martinez reports.
Plan To Shore Up Obamacare Markets Hits Senate FloorThe U.S. Senate will get its first look at a healthcare bill which was written by Republicans and Democrats, but that bipartisan support does not mean sponsors have the votes to pass it. CBS 2's Mola Lenghi reports.
Florida Braces For Protests At White Nationalist Richard Spencer's SpeechThere are major security concerns at the University of Florida on Thursday, as white supremacist Richard Spencer prepares to speak there.
Kenwood Student Bakes Empanadas To Raise Money For Puerto RicoEvan Robinson, a 7th grader at Kenwood Academy, recently kicked off round two of his Pies for Puerto Rico campaign.
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.

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Reward Offered For Info On Murder of Mother And SonPolice say they don’t believe the two were the intended targets when they were shot and killed in Calumet City.
Ed's DrivewayCBS 2's Ed Curran takes a spin with the new Subaru Outback.
Gasoline Leak Affects Several Southwest SuburbsInvestigators say it could take days before the gasoline leak from a suburban gas station is cleared up. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.

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Family Marks 3 Years Since Laquan McDonald Fatally Shot By PoliceThree years after he was shot and killed by a Chicago police officer, the family of Laquan McDonald was marking a somber anniversary with a call for change. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Man Charged With Attacking, Robbing 70-Year-Old Man In LakeviewA 24-year-old man was charged with attacking and robbing a 70-year-old man in August in the Lakeview neighborhood on the North Side.
West Loop Attack Suspects Caught On VideoSurveillance video might help capture two men, who robbed a woman and knocked her to the ground in the West Loop.

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Senate Approves $4 Trillion Budget, Setting Stage For GOP Tax PlanRepublican Senators showed unity last night when they passed a budget that paves the way for their tax reform plan without a Democratic filibuster. CBS 2's Seth Lemon reports.
Protesters Shout Down White Nationalist Richard Spencer's Speech In FloridaA chorus of boos and loud protest chants drowned out white nationalist Richard Spencer when he took the stage at the University of Florida.
Plan To Shore Up Obamacare Markets Hits Senate FloorThe U.S. Senate will get its first look at a healthcare bill which was written by Republicans and Democrats, but that bipartisan support does not mean sponsors have the votes to pass it. CBS 2's Mola Lenghi reports.

Politics

Senate Approves $4 Trillion Budget, Setting Stage For GOP Tax PlanRepublican Senators showed unity last night when they passed a budget that paves the way for their tax reform plan without a Democratic filibuster. CBS 2's Seth Lemon reports.
Protesters Shout Down White Nationalist Richard Spencer's Speech In FloridaA chorus of boos and loud protest chants drowned out white nationalist Richard Spencer when he took the stage at the University of Florida.
Plan To Shore Up Obamacare Markets Hits Senate FloorThe U.S. Senate will get its first look at a healthcare bill which was written by Republicans and Democrats, but that bipartisan support does not mean sponsors have the votes to pass it. CBS 2's Mola Lenghi reports.

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Family Fun For HalloweenCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot talks to author Donna Bozzo ("What The Fun") about activities for kids of all ages to enjoy this Halloween.

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