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A video made by a group of young Chicago filmmakers is an official selection of the 2015 White House Student Film Festival. It was one of 15 selected from 1,500 entries and it will be honored at the White House on Friday.

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A Chicago mentoring program that strives to ensure that 100 percent of participating students graduate high school, enter college, and gain skills to succeed in the workplace, participates in The White House College Opportunity Day of Action.

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Chicago Public School students embrace William Shakespeare in an award-winning program at Chicago Shakespeare Theater.

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Chief White House correspondent for The New York Times, Peter Baker, joins us to check in on fixes to HealthCare.gov and the potential political fallout from the glitches in the 2014 midterms.

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Eddie Arruza and his guests continue their conversation with talk about a highly charged posting by Senator Dick Durbin on his Facebook page. In the post, he alleged that during private talks about the shutdown at the White House, an anonymous Republican House member told the President, "I can't even stand looking at you." Watch the web extra video.

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Tribune Co. hires bankers to handle the likely sale of its newspapers. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM has that story, and more top business headlines.

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The First Lady’s role in the public imagination has changed dramatically since her husband was first elected. We look at the deeper meaning behind her image.

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The Republican primaries are all but over; Mitt Romney is the presumptive nominee. Focus now turns to the general election and the battle between Romney and President Obama. We take a look at the evolving race for President.

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The G-8 summit is not coming to Chicago and protesters are claiming victory. But NATO leaders are still on the way. What does it all mean for the city? Elizabeth Brackett has the details.

President Obama's Chief of Staff Steps Down

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Bill Daley

After just one year as President Obama's Chief of Staff, Bill Daley steps down. We have the latest.