Lawmakers Slam Trump For Deriding Immigrants From 'Sh*thole Countries'
Democratic and Republican lawmakers were pushing back against offensive comments made by President Donald Trump about immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador, and countries in Africa, after Trump questioned why the U.S. would accept “people from sh*thole countries.” CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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How Far Did Serial Stowaway Get This Time?Marilyn Hartman has struck again: getting on a plane that took off from a Chicago airport. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Mystery Continues At Burbank HouseAn overpowering scent of gasoline has haunted a suburban family that lives next to a gas station. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross has this follow up report.
Pritzker Under Fire As Dem Candidates Meet With TribuneTaxes, tapes and toilets -- just three of the topics when the Democratic candidates for governor get together in the same room. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
City Prepares For Women's MarchCrews on Friday were already blocking off areas of Grant Park, where thousands are expected Saturday. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Grandmother Carjacked On Northwest SideThe 72-year-old woman was waiting to pick up her grandchildren outside a Portage Park school. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Serial Stowaway Marilyn Hartman Slips Past Security At O'Hare, Boards PlaneMarilyn Hartman, who has a history of trying to sneak onto airline flights, managed to slip past security and boarded a flight at O'Hare. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.

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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.
House OKs Short-Term Spending Plan, But Senate Approval UncertainIn an attempt to avert a partial government shutdown, the House has passed a short-term budget measure to give lawmakers more time to figure out a long-term deal, but it now faces an uphill battle in the Senate before Friday's midnight deadline. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Deal To Avert Federal Government Shutdown Remains ElusiveLawmakers have less than 48 hours to approve a spending bill, or the federal government will shut down starting midnight Saturday morning.One of the biggest stumbling blocks appears to be uncertainty coming from the White House. Weijia Jiang reports.

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Stolen Mustang Crashes During Chase Of Carjacking SuspectsTwo carjacking suspects were in custody Friday morning, after leading police on a 45-minute high-speed chase from the South Side to the North Side and back again overnight. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
2 Injured, 1 Critically, In Chatham FireA man was critically injured and a woman also was taken to the hospital, after they were rescued from an apartment fire in the Chatham neighborhood.
2 Carjacking Suspects Arrested After High-Speed Chase In Stolen MustangTwo carjacking suspects led Illinois State Police and Chicago Police on a 45-minute high-speed chase from the South Side to the North Side and back again overnight. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.

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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.
$35 T-Shirt Helps Man Find New KidneyThey were two strangers who now will be connected for life. Don Dahler shows how a T-shirt brought them together.
House OKs Short-Term Spending Plan, But Senate Approval UncertainIn an attempt to avert a partial government shutdown, the House has passed a short-term budget measure to give lawmakers more time to figure out a long-term deal, but it now faces an uphill battle in the Senate before Friday's midnight deadline. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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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.
House OKs Short-Term Spending Plan, But Senate Approval UncertainIn an attempt to avert a partial government shutdown, the House has passed a short-term budget measure to give lawmakers more time to figure out a long-term deal, but it now faces an uphill battle in the Senate before Friday's midnight deadline. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Deal To Avert Federal Government Shutdown Remains ElusiveLawmakers have less than 48 hours to approve a spending bill, or the federal government will shut down starting midnight Saturday morning.One of the biggest stumbling blocks appears to be uncertainty coming from the White House. Weijia Jiang reports.

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How Far Did Serial Stowaway Get This Time?Marilyn Hartman has struck again: getting on a plane that took off from a Chicago airport. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Mystery Continues At Burbank HouseAn overpowering scent of gasoline has haunted a suburban family that lives next to a gas station. CBS 2's Jeremy Ross has this follow up report.
Pritzker Under Fire As Dem Candidates Meet With TribuneTaxes, tapes and toilets -- just three of the topics when the Democratic candidates for governor get together in the same room. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.

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