The Role Of Television In Presidential Debates, From Kennedy And Nixon In 1960 To TodaySixty years ago this past Saturday, Studio 1 at the old CBS Chicago building at 630 N. McClurg Ct. hosted the first presidential debate ever televised.
After Raid, Feds Probe State Sen. Martin Sandoval's Connection To ComEdTwo weeks after the FBI raided the home and office of Illinois state Sen. Martin Sandoval, the feds are investigating his connection to electricity provider ComEd.
Presidential Race Turning Increasingly Ugly, But Will It Matter?Racial undertones, nasty accusations – in just the past few days, the 2012 presidential campaign has taken what appears to be a caustic turn. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov takes a look at what was said and what it means.
Caliendo: Walker's Victory Doesn't Mean Doom For ObamaPolitical analyst Stephen Caliendo says controversial Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s victory in the recall election Tuesday does not mean doom for President Barack Obama’s reelection hopes – although it does reflect an ongoing change in how organized labor is perceived.
Caliendo: Wisconsin Recall Outcome Depends On MobilizationBoth Republicans and Democrats are watching the gubernatorial recall election in Wisconsin very closely, as it could have implications for the presidential race.
Caliendo: Time To Think About Convention, General Election With Santorum OutRick Santorum withdrew from the Republican presidential race Tuesday, and political analyst Stephen Caliendo says Mitt Romney will now be thinking about the general election and picking a running mate.
Caliendo: Romney Will Likely Be Nominated, But No Dropouts Coming YetMitt Romney had a clean sweep Tuesday, handily winning the Republican primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Caliendo: Romney Remains Frontrunner Despite Santorum VictoriesRick Santorum boldly declared Tuesday night that he would win the Republican presidential primary before the convention, but mathematically, Mitt Romney remains the frontrunner, political analyst Stephen Caliendo says.
Caliendo: GOP Race Still Very Much Up In The AirMitt Romney and Rick Santorum both chalked up some wins in the Republican primaries Super Tuesday, but the presidential race is still very much up in the air, says political analyst Stephen Caliendo.
Caliendo: Romney's Win In Michigan Wasn't Much Of A VictoryPolitical analyst Stephen Caliendo says Mitt Romney's victory in the Republican primary in Michigan was essentially a tie in terms of delegate allotment.
Caliendo: Florida Primary Exposed Deep Divide In GOPPolitical analyst Stephen Caliendo says Mitt Romney’s landslide victory in the Florida Republican primary was expected, but the primary exposed a deep divide among Republican voters.
Caliendo: Romney Victory In Florida Won't Mean End Of PrimaryThere is some expectation that Mitt Romney will get a firmer grasp on the GOP presidential nomination after the Florida primary Tuesday, but political analyst Stephen Caliendo says a Romney victory doesn’t mean the race is over.
Caliendo: Gingrich Victory In S.C. Was Referendum On RomneyVoters in South Carolina shook up the race for the Republican presidential nomination over the weekend, handing Newt Gingrich an upset victory against and delivering a setback to heretofore frontrunner Mitt Romney. Political analyst Stephen Caliendo has some thoughts.
Caliendo: Romney Will Face A Struggle In South CarolinaMitt Romney won handily in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, but his challengers say they are ready to fight in South Carolina.
Caliendo: Romney Has A Lot Of Work To Do After IowaPolitical analyst Stephen Caliendo says Mitt Romney has a lot of work to do after winning the Iowa Caucus by just eight points, and Rick Santorum can expect to have “a target on his back.”