Chicago elects black, gay woman as mayor in historic vote
Chicago has elected an African-American woman as its mayor for the first time. Lori Lightfoot, who is charged with tackling one of the US' worst city gun crime problems, is also Chicago’s first gay mayor.
Ford invests $1 Billion in Chicago plants building SUV models
Joseph Hinrichs, president of global operations at Ford, discusses the company's $1 billion investment in two Chicago factories that build high-profit sport-utility vehicles.
Kim Kardashian names new baby girl Chicago
The reality star revealed her newborn's name on social media.
What Uber's Appeal Loss Means for the Gig Economy
Gabe Klein, former head of transportation in Washington, D.C. and Chicago, discusses Uber losing an appeal over whether it should pay overtime and give vacation time to its London drivers.
North Korea's missile test 'clear and present danger' to U.S.: Sen. Feinstein
Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein said on CBS 'Face the Nation' that North Korea's latest missile test presents a 'clear and present danger' to the U.S, as the North develops missiles that may go as far east as Chicago. She hoped that the new White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, who is replacing Reince Priebus, will begin 'serious negotiation' with North Korea to stop the program.
Trump is 'worst and most dangerous' president in history: Sanders
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders called President Trump the 'worst and most dangerous president in the history of our country' and blasted him as not being a friend of the working class at the 'People's Summit' in Chicago on Saturday.
Oprah Winfrey says she's lived her life on instinct
Oprah Winfrey discusses how an also-ran Chicago morning show became the most successful talk show in U.S. history.
Toddler, man killed in Chicago shooting
The shooting of a two-year-old boy and a 26-year-old man in Chicago on Tuesday has triggered an angry response from police chief Eddie Johnson who told reporters, "I'm sick of it'.