Chicago Tonight is abbreviated this week for pledge programming.
Jury deliberations began this morning in the corruption trial of former governor George Ryan and businessman Larry Warner. After nearly six months of listening to the evidence, jurors must decide whether the two men are guilty or innocent on each of the 22 charges against them. Elizabeth Brackett reports.
News Analysis with Carol Marin
Election Day is next Tuesday. We'll preview the new voting machines with Cook County Clerk David Orr and the chairman of the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners, Langdon Neal.
Critic for a Day
Chicago Tribune columnist Eric Zorn is our "critic for a day" and reviews Johnny Depp's new film, The Libertine.