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New Book on Black History

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University of Chicago Professor Thomas Holt talks about his new book, Children of Fire: A History of African Americans.

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Children's Health Study

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What's behind rising rates of asthma, autism and other childhood diseases baffling doctors? A new long-term study launching in Cook County hopes to find out, and we tell you how your family can participate.

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Children's Health Study
Children's Health Study

Ivan Albright | Terra Foundation Artbeat Special

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Famously frightening works of art. We take a closer look at The Art Institute's huge collection of paintings and drawings by provocative Chicago artist, Ivan Albright.

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Ivan Albright | Terra Foundation Artbeat Special
Ivan Albright | Terra Foundation Artbeat Special

Inauguration in Springfield

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It's Inauguration Day at the capitol and the state is suffering its biggest budget deficit in history. Carol Marin joins us live from Springfield with the latest on how Governor Quinn's tax hike plan is being received and more.

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Inauguration in Springfield
Inauguration in Springfield

Mayoral Race Update

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The mayoral candidates talked city pensions today. Gery Chico, Miguel del Valle and Carol Moseley Braun all say they should not be cut back for current employees. But Rahm Emanuel says they should. Elizabeth Brackett has the latest.

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Mayoral Race Update
Mayoral Race Update

Tap Water Concerns

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Hundreds of millions of gallons of water flow throughout Chicago taps every day. But is the water safe to drink? A recent environmental study has set off alarms on Capitol Hill and at the EPA. Ash-har Quraishi takes a look at "Chromium-6."

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Tap Water Concerns
Tap Water Concerns

No. 1 in Gas Prices

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Chicago has the highest gas prices in the nation. Newsradio 780's Kris Kridel has that and more in our business report.

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No. 1 in Gas Prices
No. 1 in Gas Prices

Interview with Watkins

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Patricia Van Pelt-Watkins may not be a household name yet - but after raising hundreds of thousands of dollars, the mayoral candidate could be soon. Watkins discusses her candidacy for mayor and more.

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Interview with Watkins
Interview with Watkins

Grammy-Nominated Laurie Anderson

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Performance artist and Glen Ellyn native Laurie Anderson tells us about her latest work, her third Grammy nomination and life with husband, Lou Reed.

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Grammy-Nominated Laurie Anderson
Grammy-Nominated Laurie Anderson

Viewer Mail

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We share some of our viewers' feedback on recently aired shows.

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Viewer Mail
Viewer Mail

The Week In Review with Joel Weisman

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This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: a judge rules mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel can stay on the ballot, but the battle rages on in court. Meanwhile, Carol Moseley Braun flip-flops and releases her tax returns, which show she is in deep financial trouble. An income tax hike looks like it's a done deal, courtesy of the lame-duck Springfield session. President Obama names Bill Daley as his new White House Chief of Staff. A surprising new report reveals $820,000 of lavish spending on parties, booze and a bug sweep under former Chicago School Board presidents.

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The Week In Review with Joel Weisman
The Week In Review with Joel Weisman

Income Taxes

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Today Illinois legislative leaders struck a deal for a 2.25 percent income tax increase. Will it be passed by the general assembly? We get the latest scoop from the Chicago Sun-Times Springfield Bureau Chief Dave McKinney on a busy day in Springfield.

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Income Taxes
Income Taxes

A Daley in D.C.

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Chicagoan Bill Daley, the former U.S. commerce secretary and brother of Mayor Daley, is taking over as White House chief of staff. We have details of this key presidential appointment.

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A Daley in D.C.
A Daley in D.C.

News Analysis: Cook County Budget Cuts

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Cook County faces a budget shortfall of almost $500 million, and new Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle has ordered across-the-board cuts. Eddie Arruza talks to three top officials about how they plan to comply.

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News Analysis: Cook County Budget Cuts
News Analysis: Cook County Budget Cuts

Investing in 2011

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The market made huge gains last year, but how's the financial forecast shaping up for 2011? We place our bets tonight, and find out what that might mean for your 401(k).

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Bishop Carlton Pearson

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We talk with controversial minister Carlton Pearson about why he's decided to step down as interim senior minister at Christ Universal Temple.

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January 06, 2011 - Bishop Carlton Pearson
January 06, 2011 - Bishop Carlton Pearson

Museum Spy

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There's a man in plain sight spying on visitors to the Museum of Contemporary Art. We find out why.

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Museum Spy
Museum Spy