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Dude, where's my rifle? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
(CNN)- Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel showed his support for the recently passed New York same-sex marriage law telling CNN's Wolf Blitzer in an interview Wednesday he would support similar legislation in Illinois.
"I would hope that the state would move in that direction" Emanuel said. "Tremendous progress has been made across the country on a value statement and I think that's very important."FULL STORY
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel breaks down his 7-day-a-week exercise regimen for CNN's Wolf Blitzer.
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(CNN) – Sen. Rand Paul wants the debt crisis solved quickly, even if it requires canceling his vacation until a deal is reached on the debt ceiling.
The Kentucky Republican is among lawmakers joining President Barack Obama’s calls for Congress to stay in session over the upcoming vacation week and confront America’s debt crisis.
CNN's Brian Todd looks at concerns that nuclear plant zones don't have adequate or updated evacuation plans.
The Clinton Global Initiative tackles job creation during a special session in Chicago. CNN's Ted Rowlands Reports.
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U.S. experts say Iran is several years away from having a nuclear weapon. CNN's Chris Lawrence reports.
Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr reports on the aftermath of the high-visibility terror attack on a Kabul hotel.
Chicago (CNN) – I’ve covered Rahm Emanuel for many years – going back to 1992 when he was a young political aide to then-Governor Bill Clinton who was running for president. He later joined President Clinton at the White House before heading back to his native Chicago to make some money in the financial investment business. After that, he came back to Washington as a congressman and remained as President Barack Obama’s first White House Chief of Staff. But I must say I have never seen him as enthusiastic and excited as he is now as Mayor of Chicago.