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American Airlines
American Airlines cancelled 1,000 flights today, including 138 flights at O'Hare, for jet wiring inspections. Rich Samuels reports.

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News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
Every 45 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. Eddie Arruza talks with stroke specialists about the latest advancements in treatment and prevention.

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CTA and Google
Rich Samuels reports on the new relationship between the CTA and Google.

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Local Politics Update
Governor Blagojevich ducked reporters questions about Tony Rezko today. And state legislators say it's time to make it more difficult for county commissioners to raise taxes. Rich Samuels has details.

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Transit Funding Update
Two local congressmen claim Governor Blagojevich's proposed budget will cost billions in lost federal transit funds. Rich Samuels tells us why they are asking state legislators to take matters into their own hands.

News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
Critics say the Governor's budget proposal is laden with spending programs the state cannot afford. Eddie Arruza and his panel take a closer look. Guests: State Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias and Fmr. Governor Jim Edgar

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Democratic State's Attorney Candidate
Anita Alvarez won the Democratic primary for Cook County State's Attorney on Tuesday. She joins us tonight to discuss running against Republican candidate Tony Peraica in what may become a long and challenging campaign.

News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
Delegates, super delegates, disqualified delegates... It's a complicated affair to become a party's presidential nominee. Eddie Arruza and his guests will sort out the confusing delegate allocation process.

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Weather Watch
Mother Nature just won't quit. We have the latest details of our treacherous weather saga from the National Weather Service.

Transfer Tax Update
Strong words were exchanged at today's City Council meeting during a vigorous debate over the real estate transfer tax hike. Rich Samuels has the latest.

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Gigi Pritzker on Children's Museum Controversy
Gigi Pritzker, president of the Chicago Children's Museum board, joins us to explain why it's important for the museum to move to Grant Park.

News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
Is an expansion of gaming the way out of Illinois's budget woes? The governor seems to have turned around and given his blessing to the idea. Eddie Arruza and his panel weigh in. Guests: Judy Baar Topinka, Doug Dobmeyer, Chris Fusco

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News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
Tonight, right after our show, President Bush will address the nation on the subject of Iraq. But before then, Eddie Arruza and his panel will discuss whether U.S. troops can really leave Iraq any time soon.

Polaris Charter Academy
Chicago's newest charter school is celebrating its first week being open. Christian Farr tells us how it went, and explains why these teachers decided to open up this innovative school.

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Governor's Health Plan
Governor Blagojevich began his promised expansion of health-care coverage today — without legislative approval. Rich Samuels has the details.

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Gun Shop Protest
Rev. Michael Pfleger and Rev. Jesse Jackson marched on a suburban weapons manufacturer today. Rich Samuels brings us both sides of that story.

News Analysis with Eddie Arruza
The ongoing feud between Governor Blagojevich and House Speaker Michael Madigan escalated today. Blagojevich is suing Madigan over special budget sessions. Eddie Arruza and his panel have the latest.

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Budget Woes Continue
The state budget is finally in the hands of the governor. The question now is, will he sign it or veto it? We'll get the latest budget news with a live report from Sun-Times reporter Dave McKinney in Springfield.

News Analysis with Carol Marin
The "family secrets" mob trial shifts to the defense today. Joey "the Clown" Lombardo's attorney claims his client is a "hustler not a gangster." Former U.S. Attorney Patrick Collins and law professor Len Cavise join Carol Marin.

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Cook County Round-Up
From the county building today come strong hints of a tax increase next year. Rich Samuels has the latest on that, and on allegations of racism in the Cook County State's Attorney's office.

News Analysis with Elizabeth Brackett
Mayor Daley's announcement about a $200 million city budget shortfall caught some by surprise. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel of aldermen take a look at what the shortfall might mean for city residents. Guests: Ald. Bernard Stone, Ald. Howard Brookins, Ald. George Cardenas

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News Analysis with Carol Marin
The Supreme Court finished its term with some major decisions leaning to the right. Carol Marin and her panel have a wrap-up of the major cases and discuss what it means for you. Guests: Lewis Myers, Jr., Joseph Morris, Abdon Pallasch

From the Vault...
Rich Samuels reports on a mob assassination that took place 27 years ago today. It's one of the 18 mob hits that are now the focus of the "Family Secrets" trial at the Federal Building.