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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FCC Expected To Repeal Net Neutrality RulesSlower speeds to some of your favorite websites at a higher cost. The FCC is expected to roll back rules on net neutrality at a meeting in Washington on Thursday. The current rules keep Internet service providers from prioritizing one web company over another. Laura Podesta reports.
Congressional Leaders Reach Tentative Deal On Tax PlanHouse and Senate Republican leaders have agreed to a tentative deal on tax reform. The IRS already is preparing new guidelines for withholding, meaning workers would take home more money starting in February.
PBS Suspends Tavis Smiley Show Amid Sexual Misconduct ClaimsPBS talk show host Tavis Smiley is strongly denying allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior. He says he believes the network overreacted to a consensual relationship he had with a colleague years ago.
Kentucky Lawmaker Apparently Commits SuicideA state lawmaker in Kentucky facing sexual assault allegations has been found dead of an apparent suicide. Just days ago, he was accused of sexually assaulting a teenager. CBS 2's Brook Silva-Braga reports.
Alabama Elects First Democratic Senator In 25 YearsBeset by multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, Republican Roy Moore lost the special election for U.S. Senate in Alabama, as voters elected Democrat Doug Jones to replace Jeff Sessions. Mola Lenghi reports.
Deputy AG Grilled About FBI Agents' Texts Disparaging TrumpNew questions are being raised about possible political bias in investigations surrounding Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The focus now is on text messages between two FBI agents who worked on the Muller Russia probe and the Clinton email investigation. CBS 2's Weijia Jiang reports.

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Boykin Seeking United Nations Help With Chicago Gun ViolenceRecent numbers from Chicago police show homicides and shootings are down, but it's not enough for Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykins, who is seeking international help in a meeting with a top United Nations official.
Mobile Weather Lab: Lake Effect Snow In Northwest IndianaLake effect snow is making for a messy morning commute in northwest Indiana. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Museum Of Science And Industry To Stop Hosting CPS Science FairIt's been a tradition for Chicago Public Schools students for almost seven decades, but the Museum of Science and Industry says after next year they'll no longer be able to hold the annual CPS science fair.

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Boykin Seeking United Nations Help With Chicago Gun ViolenceRecent numbers from Chicago police show homicides and shootings are down, but it's not enough for Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykins, who is seeking international help in a meeting with a top United Nations official.
Car Shot On Dan Ryan ExpresswayThe outbound Dan Ryan Expressway was shut down for more than an hour, after a car was shot Wednesday morning.
Stolen Car Crashes Into Library After ShootingA 14-year-old boy was shot in the chest while riding in a stolen vehicle in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood late Tuesday night, and the car ended up crashing into a public library. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.

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Congressional Leaders Reach Tentative Deal On Tax PlanHouse and Senate Republican leaders have agreed to a tentative deal on tax reform. The IRS already is preparing new guidelines for withholding, meaning workers would take home more money starting in February.
Alabama Elects First Democratic Senator In 25 YearsBeset by multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, Republican Roy Moore lost the special election for U.S. Senate in Alabama, as voters elected Democrat Doug Jones to replace Jeff Sessions. Mola Lenghi reports.
Deputy AG Grilled About FBI Agents' Texts Disparaging TrumpNew questions are being raised about possible political bias in investigations surrounding Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The focus now is on text messages between two FBI agents who worked on the Muller Russia probe and the Clinton email investigation. CBS 2's Weijia Jiang reports.

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Congressional Leaders Reach Tentative Deal On Tax PlanHouse and Senate Republican leaders have agreed to a tentative deal on tax reform. The IRS already is preparing new guidelines for withholding, meaning workers would take home more money starting in February.
Alabama Elects First Democratic Senator In 25 YearsBeset by multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, Republican Roy Moore lost the special election for U.S. Senate in Alabama, as voters elected Democrat Doug Jones to replace Jeff Sessions. Mola Lenghi reports.
Deputy AG Grilled About FBI Agents' Texts Disparaging TrumpNew questions are being raised about possible political bias in investigations surrounding Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The focus now is on text messages between two FBI agents who worked on the Muller Russia probe and the Clinton email investigation. CBS 2's Weijia Jiang reports.

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Commissioner Suggests U.N. Send Troops To Fight 'Quiet Genocide' Of Gun Violence In ChicagoCook County Commissioner Richard Boykin is meeting with a top United Nations official to seek international help with gun violence in Chicago.
Boykin Seeking United Nations Help With Chicago Gun ViolenceRecent numbers from Chicago police show homicides and shootings are down, but it's not enough for Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykins, who is seeking international help in a meeting with a top United Nations official.
Mobile Weather Lab: Lake Effect Snow In Northwest IndianaLake effect snow is making for a messy morning commute in northwest Indiana. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.

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