U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald explains why he's resigning from his post next month, and admits having some regrets during his nearly 11 years in Chicago. Eddie Arruza reports.
Three former U.S. Attorneys for the Northern District of Illinois join us to weigh in on who will bring a "fresh view" to the position in the wake of Patrick Fitzgerald's resignation.
U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald, the powerhouse prosecutor who helped put away two Illinois governors and a slew of other corrupt officials, is stepping down after 11 years. We talk with the head of the FBI in Chicago about Fitzgerald's imprint on Illinois. Then, Carol Marin and her panel discuss Fitzgerald's tenure in office and the future of the position.