Tide Pods Challenge, The Latest Dangerous Internet Fad
A government watchdog is expressing concern over the dangerous misuse of laundry detergent pods. In this latest social media fad, teenagers put detergent pods in their mouths and post the videos online. Anna Werner reports.


Dorothy Brown Is Running For MayorCBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports on the latest candidate throwing their hat to become Chicago's next mayor: embattled clerk Dorothy Brown.
Waffle House Shooter From IllinoisCBS 2's Lauren Victory reports from Morton, Illinois, the hometown of the alleged Waffle House shooter who killed four people early Sunday.
Organ Donor Record BrokenLiving donor rally record was set at Millennium Park Saturday.

Consumer News

Bill Murray Opens Caddyshack Restaurant in RosemontBill Murray is in Chicago for the grand opening of the Caddyshack Restaurant in Rosemont.
Dad Who Died Saving Girl From Pond Didn't Know Car Had Been RecalledA young father's death has automotive officials stressing the importance of recalls. Millions of vehicles on the road right now are under recalls and need to be repaired. CBS 2's Kenneth Craig reports.
Zuckerberg To Testify On Capitol Hill About Facebook Data ScandalFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will be updating his status from Capitol Hill. He's expected to apologize once again for the social media site's mishandling of users' personal data when he testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee. CBS 2's John Schiumo reports.

National News

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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