Sen. Barack Obama admits his real estate dealings with the indicted Tony Rezko were a blunder. Rich Samuels has the latest on the man whose star power Democrats hope will push them over the top at the polls tomorrow.
News Analysis with Carol Marin
Candidates in tomorrow's midterm elections have been citing newspaper endorsements in their TV ads. Carol Marin will pick the brains of the editorial page editors behind those newspaper endorsements. Guests: Bruce Dold, Steve Huntley and David Beery
Bears Alumni Club
The Bears turned the ball over six times on their way to imploding against the Miami Dolphins. We'll talk to former defense end Ed O'Bradovich about the game that snaps the Bears undefeated season.
The Skokie Park District is sending some of its visitors on a high-tech treasure hunt. Christian Farr delves into the world of geocaching and tells us how the park district is using it show its visitors something new.
Critic for a Day
The new film "Babel" explores a series of internationally intertwined stories. Our critic for a day, Mary Ann Childers gives us her interpretation.
The Chicago Sinfonietta joins the Chicago Humanities Festival in musical tribute to the Buffalo Soldiers, the U.S. Army's first African-American peacekeeping regiment. Eddie Arruza has the story.
We'll get your feedback on some of our recent stories.