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Rene Marsh talks to FAA Administrator Michael Huerta about the investigation into how one man crippled a Chicago airport.
A 15-year-old girl is killed in Chicago after returning from a performance at the inauguration. Ted Rowlands reports.
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CNN's Wolf Blitzer sits down with Afghan President Hamid Karzai for an exclusive interview at the NATO summit in Chicago. This will air Monday during the 5pm ET hour on CNN.
On Monday, NATO countries are expected to sign off on President Obama's exit strategy from Afghanistan that calls for an end to combat operations next year and the withdrawal of troops by the end of 2014.
Karzai met with President Obama on Sunday and both agreed that the end of the war is close. Karzai reiterated his commitment to the withdrawal timetable, "so that Afghanistan is no longer a burden on the shoulder of our friends in the international community, on the shoulders of the United States and our other allies."
Blitzer is anchoring "The Situation Room" live from Chicago today from 4-6pm ET on CNN.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel breaks down his 7-day-a-week exercise regimen for CNN's Wolf Blitzer.
Tomorrow, Wolf Blitzer will sit down with former President Bill Clinton in Chicago to discuss the Clinton Global Initiative, economic recovery and domestic job creation. Make sure to tune in 5p ET on CNN.
The Clinton Global Initiative tackles job creation during a special session in Chicago. CNN's Ted Rowlands Reports.
NOTE: Tomorrow, Blitzer will sit down with former President Bill Clinton to discuss the Clinton Global Initiative, economic recovery and domestic job creation. Tune in to The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer on CNN from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET.
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.