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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

A new book attempts to bridge the gap between those who use Chicago’s longest-running food pantry and the well-off residents who live around it.

While it’s no longer permissible to go behind-the-scenes of the Thorne Miniature Rooms, we got a peek back in 2002. Watch curator Rebekah Levine change a light bulb for one room in our web-extra video.

We look into the huge appeal behind the Thorne Miniature Rooms, and discover what's new this holiday season.

The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy

Wall Street tycoon, Hollywood mogul, notorious womanizer, ambassador, advisor to presidents -- and head of one of America's most prominent political families. We gain new insight into Joseph P. Kennedy.

In the wake of the elementary school rampage in Connecticut, the Chicago Public Schools' security chief joins us to discuss school safety here.

With only two weeks left until the U.S. reaches the fiscal cliff, President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner have made some progress, but remain far from a final agreement. We have the latest.