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City Budget

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City Council passed Mayor Daley's budget today by a wide margin with no new taxes or amendments. Elizabeth Brackett has the details.

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City Budget
City Budget

Springfield Update

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It's day two of the fall veto session in the General Assembly. We talk to Chicago Sun-Times Springfield reporter Dave McKinney about what's going on downstate.

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Springfield Update
Springfield Update

Airport Security

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Are new airport security provisions a violation of privacy or an effective deterrent to terrorism? Experts weigh in on the debate over the increased use of full-body scanners.

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Airport Security
Airport Security

For Colored Girls

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Tyler Perry's new film For Colored Girls is causing some controversy in the African-American community. We take a look at why some people are saying the portrayals of African-American men in the film are stereotypical and inaccurate.

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For Colored Girls
For Colored Girls

Sex Columnist Dan Savage

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Provocative sex columnist and Chicago native Dan Savage joins us for a revealing interview.

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Sex Columnist Dan Savage
Sex Columnist Dan Savage

Cook County Board Update

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The feud is intensifying between the outgoing and incoming Presidents of the Cook County Board. Is Todd Stroger being uncooperative in the transition? Eddie Arruza has that story, and another about a major financial settlement approved by the County Board.

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Cook County Board Update
Cook County Board Update

News Analysis: Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts

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Cubs owner Tom Ricketts joins us to talk about his controversial $200 million bond proposal to renovate Wrigley Field.

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News Analysis: Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts
News Analysis: Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts

Scientific Chicago: Proton Therapy

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Jay Shefsky looks at proton therapy for cancer as Illinois opens its first proton therapy facility. Advocates say it's better and safer than traditional radiation, but some doctors argue it's not worth the high cost.

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Scientific Chicago: Proton Therapy
Scientific Chicago: Proton Therapy

The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones

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Which is the better band -- the Beatles or the Rolling Stones? In their new book, rock critics Greg Kot and Jim DeRogatis settle the score for good.

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The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones
The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones

Ask Alpana

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The countdown to Turkey Day is on. Whether you're preparing a feast or a more modest dinner, don't forget to consider the drinks. Check, Please! Host and Master Sommelier Alpana Singh is here with Thanksgiving dinner-drink pairing tips.

Recommendations for Thanksgiving Dinner:

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Ask Alpana
Ask Alpana

Candidate Filings

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The race for mayor of Chicago officially kicked off today with the filing of nominating petitions. Eddie Arruza gives us a rundown of the candidates who submitted.

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Candidate Filings
Candidate Filings

News Analysis: James Meeks

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Carol Marin talks to State Senator James Meeks, a mayoral candidate who formally launched his campaign yesterday.

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November 15, 2010 - News Analysis: James Meeks
November 15, 2010 - News Analysis: James Meeks

Chicago Business

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It looks as though the new exhibitor rules at McCormick Place are paying off -- we find out which major trade show announced a five-year contract renewal when WBBM Newsradio's Kris Kridel joins us to break down this week's business headlines.

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Chicago Business
Chicago Business

A Month at the Museum

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Kate McGroarty won the chance of a lifetime: to live inside in the Museum of Science and Industry for a month. We Skype with the 24-year-old Chicagoan from her museum home.

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A Month at the Museum
A Month at the Museum

Bears Alumni Club

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Bears Alumni Club
The Bears got a lot of help from Devin Hester in their decisive win over Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings. Dan Jiggetts joins us our Bears Alumni Club this week to talk about what went right in yesterday's game.

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Bears Alumni Club
Bears Alumni Club

Patricia Blunt Koldyke Fellowship in Social Entrepreneurship

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We meet this year's fellowship winner, who is being recognized for starting schools for girls and women in Afghanistan.

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Patricia Blunt Koldyke Fellowship in Social Entrepreneurship
Patricia Blunt Koldyke Fellowship in Social Entrepreneurship

The Week In Review with Joel Weisman

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On this week's edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: Governor Pat Quinn says his election victory is a mandate for a tax hike, but Republicans scoff at his spin. Danny Davis is chosen as the so-called consensus mayoral candidate by some African American leaders, but Carol Moseley Braun and James Meeks are in the race to stay. The CTA looks at selling naming rights to stations and routes to ease the agency's perpetual budget crunch, and now Metra is considering the same. And in sports, the Bears gear up for Brett Favre and the Vikings.

Guests:

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