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  • Terrorism Analyst Breaks Down New Airline Electronics Ban

    Passengers on foreign airlines headed to the U.S. from 10 airports in eight countries have been barred from carrying electronics larger than a cellphone. Terrorism Analyst, Tom Mockaitis spoke to WGN Morning News about the new airline electronics ban.

  • The Good and The Bad of the GOP Health Care Replacement Plan

    The Congressional Budget Office released its analysis of the House Republican Health Care Bill. Dr. Joel Shalowitz with the Feinberg School of Medicine broke down the good and the bad of the plan.

  • Man Spends Life Hunting Loch Ness Monster

    For almost a quarter of a century Steve Feltham has lived by Loch Ness in Scotland. In 1991, he quit his job and sold his house to move to the banks, and devote his life to searching for the legendary Loch Ness Monster. Steve solely supports his life by creating and selling models of the Loch Ness Monster. To purchase a model, follow the link to his website: http://www.nessiehunter.co.uk

  • Debate Expert’s Analysis of President Trump’s Speech to Congress

      President Trump gave his first address to Congress on Tuesday night. Todd Graham, the Director of Debate at Southern Illinois University discussed the highlights of the inaugural address.

  • Why Michael Jordan’s mansion is still on the market 5 years later

    It`s been five years since Michael Jordan`s mansion in Highland Park was put on the market, so why hasn`t it sold? Crain`s Chicago Business reporter, Dennis Rodkin talks about the issues and the priciest homes to sell in 2016

  • Colleges That Pay You Back

    Thousands of high schoolers will be filling out applications and choosing colleges this spring. So, how do you know which college is the right choice, and which ones will help you financially. The Princeton Review just released it’s latest edition of “Colleges That Pay You Back.” 

  • Group Highlights Pro Cheerleaders with Degrees in STEM

    Some of the smartest people in the NFL and NBA are on the sidelines in cheerleader uniforms. Darlene Cavalier dreamed up an organization called “Science Cheerleader” while completing a master’s degree at U-PENN and working as a cheerleader for the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team. ‘Science Cheerleader’ works with 250 current and former NFL and NBA cheerleaders, who are pursuing science and technology careers.  

  • Rep. Drury on backlash over being only no vote for Speaker Madigan’s re-election

    Representative Scott Drury from Highwood spoke about his decision to not vote for Speaker Madigan’s re-election, and the backlash he’s received since casting his vote.  

  • Aspira Middle School Stops by the WGN Morning News

    Students from Aspira Middle School stopped by the WGN Morning News.

  • Young Democrat and Republican Weigh in on Donald Trump’s Press Conference

    Jeff Halm from the Chicago Young Republicans and Sean Anderson, from the Young Democrats of Illinois weigh in on President-Elect Donald Trump`s first press conference in six months, and the confirmation hearings for his cabinet.