Obama Says We're In "Strange And Uncertain Times" In Mandela Lecture
Former President Barack Obama, in a speech honoring the late South African leader Nelson Mandela, said he'd try to "get some perspective" as news cycles bring "more head-spinning and disturbing headlines."

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Trump Claims He Misspoke About Russian Meddling In Putin Press ConferencePresident Trump on Tuesday claimed he accepts the findings of the U.S. intelligence community that Russians interfered in the 2016 election, and misspoke when he seemed to say otherwise in a press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin Monday.
Mayor Emanuel Appeals For Calm After Police Shooting In South ShoreIn his first comments about the deadly weekend police shooting in South Shore, Mayor Emanuel appealed to all sides to lower their voices--so that even those who disagree can be heard and understood.
Governor Rauner Signs So Called 'Red-Flag' Gun LegislationGov. Bruce Rauner Monday signed a bill to take away guns from those judged to pose a threat to themselves or others.
Vice President Mike Pence In Chicago To Promote Tax Cuts, Support Rep. Peter RoskamVice President Mike Pence spent part of the day on the campaign trail raising money for 6th District Congressman Peter Roskam.
Trump Declares Victory At NATO, Says U.S. Now 'Treated Fairly'President Donald Trump appeared to declare victory on Thursday in his battle with America's closest allies to get them to contribute more money to the NATO alliance. However, the president of France says that's not true. Major Garrett reports.
Officer Resigns After Apparently Ignoring Harassment Over Puerto Rico ShirtA Cook County Forest Preserve police officer has resigned, a day ahead of a disciplinary hearing, for apparently standing by as a man harassed a woman for wearing a shirt depicting the flag of Puerto Rico at a forest preserve picnic area. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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