Can a partnership between CeaseFire and the Chicago Police Department work? The director of the anti-violence group joins us.
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How the Beatles evolved with "Revolver." We talk with a local author who argues the album was the Beatles' artistic high-water mark.
U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is on medical leave of absence for "exhaustion." Why did it take two weeks for his office to announce his departure? Carol Marin has the latest.
LeRoy Neiman died on Thursday at the age of 91. We revisit an interview with the colorful painter of the sporting and entertainment world from our vault.
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.
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.
Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the week's top headlines.
Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne Jr. talks about the growing political polarization in the U.S. and his new book, Our Divided Political Heart.
A Chicago Public Schools program that gets students into better colleges and helps them stay there is expanding. Elizabeth Brackett has the story.
Nearly 90 percent of Chicago teachers authorize a strike. Elizabeth Brackett has the latest.
Legendary sportswriter Frank Deford joins us to talk about his remarkable career and his new book.
We get the latest on pension reform and gambling expansion from Illinois House Deputy Majority Leader Lou Lang.