Yoko Ono Unveils Sculpture In Japanese Garden At Jackson ParkCBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Between 5-25% Of People Experience Sleep Paralysis In Their Lifetime, Estimates ShowCBS 2's Marissa Bailey reports.
JonBenet Ramsey Remembered By Michigan Town 20 Years After Her MurderCBS 2 Investigator Brad Edwards reports.
Hesitant Travelers Relieved After Arriving From TurkeyThe first flight to touch down in Chicago from Turkey after the suicide bombing at the airport in Istanbul brought many happy reunions, and a sense of relief for travelers who were at first nervous to fly. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
Istanbul Suicide Bombing Raises Security Concerns At O'HareIn the wake of the terrorist attack in Turkey, officials in Chicago were monitoring security issues at the city's two airports, but many travelers are wondering if the security perimeters around airport entrances should be widened. CBS 2's Sandra Torres reports.
Istanbul Suicide Bombing Begs Question: Why Target Turkey?If federal officials are correct, and the suicide bombing at Istanbul’s largest airport was the work of ISIS, then why Turkey, a country that's predominantly Muslim? CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez asked Chicagoans with ties to the region.
Security Increased At Chicago Airports In Wake Of Istanbul BombingSecurity has been increased at Chicago’s airports, after at least 41 people were killed and more than 230 others were wounded in a suicide bombing at the main airport in Istanbul on Tuesday. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Suicide Bombing In Istanbul Kills More Than 40Investigators say the death toll in the Istanbul airport bombings is rising; at least 41 are dead, and more than 230 inured. CBS 2's Tina Kraus reports.
In Chicago, Expats Stunned By Britain Vote To Exit EUBritain's break from the European Union is having an impact felt across the globe, including here in Chicago. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
President Obama Addresses Orlando Massacre; Fight Against ISISPresident Barack Obama lashed out at presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump over his repeated calls to bar Muslims from entering the U.S. in the wake of the Orlando shooting massacre.
Crews Search For Wreckage Of EgyptAir Flight 804An EgyptAir flight crashed into the Mediterranean Sea early Thursday, with 66 people on board. The plane was on its way from Paris to Cairo when it dropped off the radar about 40 minutes before it was supposed to land. CBS 2's Tina Kraus reports.
EgyptAir Flight Crashes In MediterraneanEgyptian and Greek aviation officials have confirmed an EgyptAir flight from Paris to Cairo has crashed in the Mediterranean Sea. Flight 804 disappeared from radar as it entered Egyptian air space. CBS 2's Jonathan Vilgotti reports.
New Papal Document Offers Hope For Divorced CatholicsA new document written by Pope Francis opens the door for divorced Catholics to receive communion. It also reinforces the church's stance on gay marriage, while calling for homosexuals to be treated with dignity and for Catholics to avoid discrimination. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Video Of Brussels Bombing Suspect ReleasedAs the death toll from last week's terrorist attacks in Belgium climbed on Monday, authorities released airport video showing the man seen walking with two suicide bombers. CBS 2's Kenneth Craig reports.
Brussels Death Toll Climbs To 35Belgium's health minister said the death toll from last week's bombings has risen to 35. Meantime, four more people were taken into custody following anti-terrorism raids. Suspected plotters also were arrested in the Netherlands and Italy. CBS 2's Kenneth Craig reports.
Two Americans Confirmed Dead In Brussels Terror AttacksA U.S. official said at least two Americans are among those killed in the bombings in Brussels earlier this week. We're also getting an inside look at the devastating scene at the Brussels airport just after the explosions. CBS 2's Don Champion reports.
Travel Warning For Europe After Brussels BombingsThe U.S. State Department has issued a travel alert for people heading to Europe after the deadly terrorist attacks in Brussels. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey reports.
New Details Emerge On Suspects In Brussels BombingsAs nations around the world joined Belgium in its outrage against ISIS terrorists who claimed responsibility for Tuesday's bombings, new information has emerged about the suspects who carried out the attacks. CBS 2's Kenneth Craig reports.
Brussels Bombings Prompt Travel Warning For American TravelersThe State Department has issued a travel alert for Americans headed to Europe, after the deadly terrorist attacks in Belgium. CBS 2's Marissa Bailey reports.
Suspect In Custody In Brussels Terrorist AttacksA suspect is under arrest in connection with Tuesday's bombings in Belgium. Police believe he is an ISIS bomb maker, connected to two other suspects believed to have died in the explosions. CBS 2's Chris Burns has the latest.
Dozens Killed In Terrorist Bombings In BrusselsExplosions rocked the airport and a subway station in Brussels on Tuesday, killing dozens, and injuring scores more. CBS 2 has team coverage.
Belgian Diplomat: Brussels Attacks "Shocking, Awful"Paul Van Halteren, Honorary Consul General of Belgium, shares what he's heard from his hometown of Brussels, after the deadly terrorist attacks on Tuesday.
Travelers To See Tighter Security In Wake Of Brussels AttacksTighter security can be seen all across the country after deadly terrorist attacks in Belgium. CBS 2's Craig Boswell takes a look.
Deadly Explosions Rock Brussels Airport, SubwayExplosions rocked the main airport terminal and a subway station in Brussels, Belgium on Tuesday, a day after authorities said a suspect in the Nov. 13, 2015 Paris terror attacks -- possibly the bomb-maker -- was likely loose in the city. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.

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