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Viewer Mail: 6/21

Pot Possession Violators

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We asked if you think pot possession violators should get a ticket or go to jail. We read what some of you had to say in Viewer Mail.

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Viewer Mail: 6/21
Viewer Mail: 6/21

Figure in Blagojevich Scandal Arrested

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Raghuveer Nayak

A key figure in the Blagojevich trial is arrested. Raghuveer Nayak, a longtime fundraiser for Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. pled not guilty to a 19-count indictment. Elizabeth Brackett reports.

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Raghuveer Nayak
Figure in Blagojevich Scandal Arrested
Figure in Blagojevich Scandal Arrested

Protecting Your Skin This Summer

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It's the first day of summer and the sunbathers are out in force. What steps should be taken to protect your skin, and what are some warning signs of cancer? We hear from local dermatologists.

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Protecting Your Skin This Summer
Protecting Your Skin This Summer

Make Music Chicago

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Sweet music will be made all day long Thursday in Chicago -- and around the world. We have the details from the Creative Director of Make Music Chicago.

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Make Music Chicago
Make Music Chicago

Changes at Cook County Morgue

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Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle

A big shake-up at Cook County Morgue as commissioners debate what to do with dead bodies. Paris Schutz has the story.

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Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle
Changes at Cook County Morgue
Changes at Cook County Morgue

Chicago Could Ease Pot Laws

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Mayor Emanuel wants to let cops issue tickets for possession of small amounts of marijuana. Will the move free up police to prevent more serious crimes? Elizabeth Brackett and her guests discuss the issue.

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Chicago Could Ease Pot Laws
Chicago Could Ease Pot Laws

Mark Shriver

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What's the definition of a "good man?" We talk with Mark Shriver about his father Sargent Shriver, a Kennedy family icon who founded the Peace Corps and ran for President.

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Mark Shriver
Mark Shriver

Roger Clemens Verdict

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Roger Clemens

A full acquittal for Roger Clemens, the baseball great beating charges he lied to Congress about steroids. ESPN's Lester Munson joins us to talk about what the case means for baseball and beyond.

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Roger Clemens
Roger Clemens Verdict
Roger Clemens Verdict

American Folk Art

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We take a spin through the gallery of American Folk Art at The Art Institute of Chicago.

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American Folk Art
American Folk Art

Ask Alpana: 6/19

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Alpana Singh

Master Sommelier and Check Please! Host Alpana Singh joins us on Chicago Tonight at 7:00 pm with summer wine travel tips, BYOB wine pairing recommendations and more.

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Alpana Singh
Ask Alpana: 6/19
Ask Alpana: 6/19

Obama Makes Moves on Immigration

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President Obama's executive order on immigration was a game-changer. Carol Marin and her guests look at the impact it will have on undocumented youth, in Chicago and beyond.

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Obama Makes Moves on Immigration
Obama Makes Moves on Immigration

Argonne's Supercomputer One of World's Fastest

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A supercomputer at Argonne National Laboratory, code-named Mira, is the third fastest in the world, according to new rankings. We speak with the scientist in charge. 

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Argonne's Supercomputer One of World's Fastest
Argonne's Supercomputer One of World's Fastest

"A Capitalism For The People"

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What is American capitalism and can it last? We hear from the author of a new book.

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"A Capitalism For The People"
"A Capitalism For The People"

Ask Geoffrey: 6/18

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How did a Magnificent Mile building end up being featured weekly in a 1970s network TV sitcom? Find out more in this week's Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 6/18
Ask Geoffrey: 6/18

Bookman's Alley

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Lovers of used and rare books are mourning the impending loss of a celebrated and unusual neighborhood bookstore. Jay Shefsky has the story.

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Bookman's Alley
Bookman's Alley

Viewer Mail: 6/18

Illinois Medicaid Cuts

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We asked for your thoughts about Illinois Medicaid cuts. We read what some of you had to say in Viewer Mail.

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Viewer Mail: 6/18
Viewer Mail: 6/18

Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/15

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Joel Weisman

Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the week's top headlines.

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Joel Weisman
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/15
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/15