With Food and Drug Administration approval on the horizon, we're learning how quickly Chicago may see its first shipments of a coronavirus vaccine. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.

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Federal Officials Reveal Plan To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine After ApprovalWith Food and Drug Administration approval on the horizon, we're learning how quickly Chicago may see its first shipments of a coronavirus vaccine. CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reports.
Federal Officials Reveal Plan To Distribute Vaccine After ApprovalAn ambitious timeline has been set up to get out a vaccine for the novel coronavirus. While tight, experts tell CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey the timeline is possible.
Defiant President Trump Again Takes To Twitter To Contest ElectionMeanwhile, as CBS News’ Chip Reid reports, there is a growing chorus of Republicans frustrated by President Trump’s refusal to admit defeat.
Health Experts Continue To Raise Concerns About COVID-19 For Thanksgiving HolidayMeanwhile, there is guarded optimism about vaccines that might be on the way. CBS News' Nancy Chen reports.
Lou Holtz Tests Positive For COVID-19The former Notre Dame football coach tells a South Carolina TV station he does not have a lot of energy, but is recovering.
President Trump Backpedals After Tweet Suggesting Concession Of ElectionPresident Donald Trump appeared to acknowledge that he lost the election in a tweet early Sunday, but be quickly backtracked and hit the golf course. CBS News’ Chip Reid reports.
Crowd Rallies For President Trump In Washington As He Refuses To ConcedePresident-elect Joe Biden said the Trump administration needs to do more now to handle the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, Mr. Trump greeted crowds rallying to support him in Washington as he refuses to concede the election. CBS News’ Michael George reports.
Remembering Beloved 'Jeopardy!' Host Alex TrebekAlex Trebek has died at the age of 80 following a battle with pancreatic cancer. CBS News' Chris Martinez reports.
President-Elect Biden Getting Head Start On ChallengesPresident-elect Joe Biden is trying to get a head start on addressing challenges with a pandemic and a battered economy, while President Donald Trump’s team is filing lawsuits challenging election results. CBS News’ Michael George reports.
What's Next As President Trump Challenges Ballots?The votes may almost be counted, but President Donald Trump’s fight to stay in the White House is just beginning – all while Joe Biden will be assembling a transition team. Some local experts tell CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov what they think all this could mean.
Election 2020: Where Things Stand As Votes Are CountedCBS 2's Chris Tye breaks down what it would take for President Donald Trump or Joe Biden to win.
President Trump Rallies In Kenosha For One Of His Last Campaign PushesPresident Donald Trump told a crowd, "We brought law and order to Kenosha."
Glitch May Cause Big Delays In Counting Absentee Ballots In Outagamie County, WisconsinThe stage may already be set for big delays in counting absentee ballots in one Wisconsin county. CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker reports.
Final Campaign Push For Presidential CandidatesPresident Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden made some of their final pushes at campaign rallies on Sunday. CBS News' Tom Hanson reports.
U.S. Supreme Court Refuses To Extend Wisconsin Absentee Ballot DeadlineThe U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that Wisconsin cannot count mailed-in ballots received after Election Day, siding with Republicans.
Justice Amy Coney Barrett Takes First Of Two Oaths After Senate Confirmation VoteAmy Coney Barrett took her first of two oaths at the White House Monday night, right after the U.S. Senate voted to confirm the Chicago -based federal judge to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Coronavirus A Hot Topic In Last Presidential DebateCBS 2's Chris Tye examines some of the social media trends in the last debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
President Trump, Former Vice Vice President Biden Pound Campaign TrailThe candidates are also just days from their final debate in Nashville. CBS News' Tom Hanson reports.
New Surgery Helps Scoliosis Patients Get Back On Feet FasterCBS News' Nancy Chen followed one teen's journey and shows us how it has helped her return to her love of dance.
Pandemic Has More People Learning Musical InstrumentsMany people are taking up new hobbies during the pandemic, and for some, musical instruments strike just the right chord.
Senate Moving Forward With Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation HearingsThe push to replace late liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with conservative originalist Amy Coney Barrett on the US. Supreme Court is setting off some contentious clashes. Britt Conway reports.
President Trump Rides Past Supporters As He Fights COVID-19President Donald Trump said he has learned a lot about COVID-19, and meanwhile, the White House physician said the president’s blood oxygen level dropped to concerning levels twice in recent days. CBS News’ Skyler Henry reports.
More Questions Than Answers About President Trump's COVID-19 DiagnosisAs President Donald Trump receives treatment, more questions keep cropping up about the timeline of his diagnosis. CNN’s Emily Schmidt reports.
White House Says President Trump 'Not Out Of The Woods Yet' With COVID-19President Donald Trump said he was feeling better in a video recorded Saturday at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. CBS News’ Natalie Brand reports.

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