Groupon shares take a dive after the Chicago company reveals "accounting mistakes." Now some investors are suing and Groupon faces a federal probe. Eddie Arruza and his panel look at how the company can recover.
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With the repeal of "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell," lesbian and gay sailors are making waves -- and history -- at Naval Station Great Lakes in North Chicago.
Chicago Infrastructure Trust
We asked what you thought about Mayor Emanuel's proposal to create the Chicago Infrastructure Trust. Is it a good idea or a scam? We read what some of you had to say in tonight's Viewer Mail.
Oops, they did it again! Accounting problems trip up Groupon -- sending the stock to a new low. Kris Kridel of WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM has that story, and more top business headlines.
Kids in Albany Park confront difficult themes on stage. We go behind-the-scenes at the innovative Albany Park Theater Project.
Preckwinkle on "Spring Into Health!"
An employee wellness program, a contentious county jail contract and a face-off over county road funding. We talk to Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle about these issues and more.
Autism rates have dramatically increased over the past 10 years. Why the jump? And why are boys more susceptible to autism? We take a look.
Mayor Emanuel expects Chicago City Council approval of his Infrastructure Trust plan, even though some aldermen are raising concerns. Is it really a good deal for taxpayers? Carol Marin and her panel take up the issue.
From World War II bomber jets to failed car companies, Geoffrey Baer explains how an expansive area under the Ford City Mall in West Lawn connects this neighborhood to its past.
Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the week's top headlines.
Mayor Emanuel announces $7 billion for improvements to parks, airports, and mass transit over the next three years. But how will the cash-strapped city pay for it? The mayor goes one-on-one with Paris Schutz.
U.S. Ambassador to NATO
Ivo Daalder, the U.S. ambassador to NATO, discusses the Afghan troop withdrawal and other items on the agenda at the upcoming NATO summit. Visit Chicago Tonight's NATO in Chicago page for more on the summit.
Health Care Law
If the Supreme Court finds that the government cannot mandate the purchase of health insurance, would that affect the mandatory Illinois auto insurance law? We have your thoughts in tonight's Viewer Mail.
Longer School Days for CPS Despite Deficit & Public Outcry
A longer school day and extended year is slated to take effect for Chicago Public Schools, despite public outcry and what officials call a staggering budget deficit. Paris Schutz has the details.