President Obama is back in Chicago, raising big bucks for his reelection campaign -- while GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney solidifies his lead. Elizabeth Brackett and her panel have a full roundup as the race for president shifts into high gear.
He asked the judge for mercy, but top Blagojevich fundraiser Tony Rezko was sentenced to 10 1/2 years in a federal prison. Elizabeth Brackett has the details from the courtroom.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney responds to an accusation that his Mormon faith is a “cult." We talk about Mormonism -- and what it means when faith and politics intersect.
Gov. Pat Quinn's "smart grid" veto is overridden. Carol Marin and her panel of lawmakers react to the legislation, and take a look at whether the governor has any political clout left.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney and daughter Liz spoke to a packed crowd at the Union League Club of Chicago Monday afternoon to discuss their best-selling political memoir. Ash-har Quraishi has the story.