Trump Nominee For DEA Withdraws Amid '60 Minutes' Report On Opioids
President Donald Trump's nominee to run the Drug Enforcement Administration has withdrawn from consideration for the position, after a "60 Minutes" and Washington Post report revealed he wrote a bill which tied the DEA's hands in fighting the opioid epidemic.

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IRS Slow Notifying Identity Theft Victims Of FraudThe Equifax hack and others like it exposed the personal information of millions of Americans. Criminals can use stolen social security numbers to file for a tax refund in your name, but CBS 2's Ryan Kath found out the IRS can be slow in letting people know their identities have been stolen.
Hopes Dim For Deal To Avoid Government ShutdownDemocrats and Republicans appear to be far apart in efforts to avert a partial shutdown of the federal government at midnight Friday night. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
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Man And Woman Found Dead In Addison House FireA man and a woman were found dead in a house fire early Monday in west suburban Addison. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
Michigan Avenue Gets Red Light Cameras At Two IntersectionsTwo sets of red light cameras have been installed at two busy Michigan Avenue intersections downtown, the first such devices on the iconic thoroughfare. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Senators 'Making Progress By Inches' On Deal To End ShutdownWIth a federal government shutdown in its third day, the Senate is preparing to vote on a short-term funding deal to get the government moving again. CBS 2's Mola Lenghi reports.

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Michigan Avenue Gets Red Light Cameras At Two IntersectionsTwo sets of red light cameras have been installed at two busy Michigan Avenue intersections downtown, the first such devices on the iconic thoroughfare. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Senators 'Making Progress By Inches' On Deal To End ShutdownWIth a federal government shutdown in its third day, the Senate is preparing to vote on a short-term funding deal to get the government moving again. CBS 2's Mola Lenghi reports.
Missouri Governor Admits Affair, Denies Assault And BlackmailMissouri's governor is resisting calls to resign, after being accused of assaulting and blackmailing a former lover. In his first interview since facing the allegations, Republican Gov. Eric Greitens called the affair "consensual." Adriana Diaz reports.

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Michigan Avenue Gets Red Light Cameras At Two IntersectionsTwo sets of red light cameras have been installed at two busy Michigan Avenue intersections downtown, the first such devices on the iconic thoroughfare. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Senators 'Making Progress By Inches' On Deal To End ShutdownWIth a federal government shutdown in its third day, the Senate is preparing to vote on a short-term funding deal to get the government moving again. CBS 2's Mola Lenghi reports.
Missouri Governor Admits Affair, Denies Assault And BlackmailMissouri's governor is resisting calls to resign, after being accused of assaulting and blackmailing a former lover. In his first interview since facing the allegations, Republican Gov. Eric Greitens called the affair "consensual." Adriana Diaz reports.

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Government Shutdown Impacts Chicagoland ResidentsCBS2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Elderly Couple Dies In FireThey were married for 60 years and died from smoke inhalation. Family and neighbors in Gary, Ind., said they did everything together. CBS 2 Lauren Victory reports.

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