Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/12


On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, former powerful Republican Dennis Hastert pleads not guilty to stunning allegations of bank fraud and lying to the FBI. The budget stalemate continues in Springfield. U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk is in hot water for an insulting comment caught on a live microphone. First Lady Michelle Obama returns to the South Side to deliver a moving high school graduation speech.  In sports, the Blackhawks and the Lightning are tied at two games apiece in the Stanley Cup Final.

Panel
Charles Thomas, ABC-7 News
Natasha Korecki, Chicago Sun-Times
Cheryl Corley, NPR
Mark Potash, Chicago Sun-Times

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Monday, June 8
Lawmakers Head Back to Work
Former Gov. Jim Edgar on State Stalemate
Debating Illinois’ Energy Future
June 8 - Full Show

Tuesday, June 9
Dennis Hastert Pleads Not Guilty
Chicago Teachers Union Rallies
Blackhawks’ Quest for the Stanley Cup
June 9 - Full Show

Wednesday, June 10
What Happens if a Budget Isn’t Passed?
State Budget Battle Continues
Sister Rosemary on “Sewing Hope”
Project-Based Learning Creates Solar Cars, Homeless Shelters
Scientific Chicago with Neil Shubin
Gloria and Emilio Estefan's Rise from Obscurity to Fame
June 10 - Full Show

Thursday, June 11
Could There be a City Income Tax?
Examining the Consequences of a Property Tax Freeze
The Straits of Mackinac Pipeline
The Wright Brothers Take Flight in New Biography
The Other Obama Library
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June 11 - Full Show
Weekend Events Around Town: 6/12-6/14

Friday, June 12
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/12
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 6/12

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