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'Chicago Fire' halts production after shooting near set in Oak Park, police confirm shooter 'fled scene'

"Chicago Fire" stopped production Wednesday after a gunman shot at a group of people standing nearby. The shooter remains at large after fleeing the scene.
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Army major and wife indicted for conspiring to give Russia medical secrets
The two, who work as healthcare providers, in August revealed to an undercover FBI agent their willingness to give Russia medical information to help its invasion of Ukraine.
Defense theory: Shooter used her toe to pull the trigger
Odd crime scene raises odd question in the deaths of millionaire mom Pam Hargan and daughter Helen.
Can Porsche cure an ailing IPO market?
Ian reforms as hurricane eyeing the Carolinas, upcoming SCOTUS cases: 5 Things podcast
Hurricane Ian killed at least 14 in Florida and is now headed to the Carolinas, was cooking chicken in Nyquil a real TikTok trend?: 5 Things podcast
Corentin Moutet, Adrian Andreev in tennis handshake fight after ‘f–k you’ taunt
Top seed Moutet was upset by Bulgarian wildcard Andreev 2-6 7-6 7-6 in a hard-fought Round of 16 clash. But when they approached the net afterwards, Andreev slapped Moutet’s hand and reluctantly shook it.
Woman 'Gutted' by Partner Attending Wedding Abroad Without Her Splits Views
"No, you're not entitled to a free holiday," commented one Mumsnet user.
Candace Owens 'Offended' by Lizzo Playing James Madison's Crystal Flute
"It's like spraying graffiti on a historical building and going, 'Oh, it's art.' No, it's not art," said Owens on a recent episode of her show "Candace."
Candidates recognize the power of TikTok, "for better or worse"
As TikTok's popularity has exploded, candidates realize that's where young people are getting their information.
Illegal annexation fails to hide gulf between what Putin wants and what his forces can hold
It is a moment of two completely incompatible events. One staged in Moscow, of a pen on paper, theater and imperialist expansion. The other the slow, methodical advance of Ukraine's forces through poorly supplied and commanded Russian positions.
Reflecting on the Las Vegas Harvest Music Festival shooting five years later
A new four-part documentary from Paramount+ called "11 minutes'' features in-depth interviews with people who survived the Harvest Music Festival shooting in Las Vegas five years ago, including radio host Storme Warren. He joins "CBS Mornings" to discuss the documentary and reflect on what he remembers from that day, which was the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history.
Small protests appear in Havana over islandwide blackout
A few hundred Cubans have taken to the streets in Havana demanding the restoration of electricity, protesting more than two days after a blackout hit the entire island following the passage of Hurricane Ian
Resilient US consumers spend slightly more in August
Consumers spent a bit more in August than the previous month, a sign the economy is holding up even as inflation lifts prices for food, rent, and other essentials
Putin annexes areas of Ukraine: U.S. says Russia's actions illegal, illegitimate: Live updates
Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to announce the illegal annexation of parts of Ukraine following widely discredited referenda.
Consumer prices — a key inflation gauge — hotter than expected in August
The personal consumption expenditures index is the Federal Reserve's preferred inflation tracker.
Putin formally annexes territories in Ukraine, in spite of global opposition
The Russian president signed what he calls "accession treaties" that world powers refuse to recognize. It's his latest attempt to redraw the map of Europe at Ukraine's expense.
Threats to water and biodiversity are linked. A new U.S. envoy role tackles them both
"The loss of nature and rising water insecurity are global health threats that must be confronted together," Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
New Inflation Data Shows Prices Remain Stubbornly High
Inflation remains far above the Federal Reserve’s goal, and prices climbed more quickly than economists expected in August.
Pharaoh Ramesses II Era Burial Cave Uncovered at Israeli Beach
The 13th-century BCE burial cave was discovered by accident when a mechanical digger penetrated its roof.
‘No gimmicks’: Longtime Buck Showalter confidant Wayne Kirby reveals what makes this Mets team different
Wayne Kirby has worked with Buck Showalter a long time, and that's why he knows exactly what makes this Mets team unique.
Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher have open-door bathroom policy at home with kids
The actress joked that her family, which includes daughter Wyatt, 7, and son Dimitri, 5, has come to consider "bodily function as a very standard norm."
Coast guard commander talks Hurricane Ian rescue efforts and challenges ahead
Rear Admiral Brendan McPherson, U.S. Coast Guard Seventh District Commander, joins “CBS Mornings” to discuss rescue efforts after Hurricane Ian, the destruction on the ground, and challenges ahead for their team.
Fed's preferred measure of inflation shows prices surged again last month
After hitting an alarming 40-year high in June, the Federal Reserve's preferred benchmark for consumer inflation is once again flashing a warning sign about the persistence of high prices.
Amazon worker blasts customers for placing orders during Hurricane Ian
An Amazon driver blasted customers in a tirade about having to make deliveries to 172 people during Hurricane Ian – yelling, “I hate all of y’all right now!” The employee shared his rant on TikTok under the username @abnormalpoet, Newsweek first reported. “I hate all of y’all right now. Y’all knew this hurricane was coming...
Brazilian soccer star Neymar Jr. faces criticism for Bolsonaro support
Just days ahead of Brazil's national elections on Sunday, soccer star Neymar Jr. has appeared in a campaign video endorsing Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
Putin plans to formally annex regions from Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to formally annex four regions from Ukraine, after Russia claimed victory in condemned referendums. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Hayden Panettiere's Custody Situation Explained By Lawyers
The actress discussed the custody situation regarding her daughter, Kaya, who lives in Ukraine with her ex, Wladimir Klitschko on a recent podcast.
No. 2 overall pick Chet Holmgren learning about NBA life despite foot injury costing him rookie season
Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Chet Holmgren says he doesn't regret playing in a pro-gam game in which he suffered ligament damage in his right foot.
Another Absurd Debt Ceiling Fight? Enough Is Enough
The case for Democrats eliminating the debt ceiling in the lame-duck session is as strong as ever.
Women, Christians and Their Powerful Resistance to Iran's Fanatical Regime | Opinion
What does the mullahcracy fear?
The 2022 midterm elections, explained
A person votes in Brooklyn, New York, in November 2021. | Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images The 2022 midterms are coming up on November 8, when voters across the US will decide the makeup of Congress, determine who will hold key offices in their states and cities, and weigh in on policies directly via ballot measures. Democrats currently have narrow majorities in both chambers, and because the same party holds the White House, conditions are ideal for them to pass bills President Joe Biden will sign. But forecasts suggest Democrats are likely to lose control of the House and keep the Senate this fall — though many key races are so close that anything is possible. Beyond Washington, governors, secretaries of state, and attorneys general, along with members of the legislature, are up for election in dozens of states. The winners of those contests will affect state policies on issues as varied as abortion, voting rights, and Covid-19. Vox has been digging into the stakes of individual races and the entire country and will continue to through and even after Election Day. If you’re just starting to follow the elections, you can get a better understanding of what’s on the line here, and if you’re trying to figure out what you need to do to vote, start here. Do you have something you want explained that you don’t see on this page? Ask a Vox reporter your questions about Congress here, about what’s going on in the states here, and about the politics of the midterms here.
Putin announces Russia will annex four regions of Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin has formally announced the Kremlin's intention to annex nearly a fifth of Ukraine in blatant violation of international law.
Putin Suffers Most Humiliating Ukraine Defeat Yet
ILYA PITALEVMoscow planned to celebrated the annexation of huge swathes of Eastern Ukraine Friday but Putin’s party was wrecked by a lightning counter-attack that may have trapped thousands of his men in a key city supposedly now part of Russia.Ukrainian sources claimed that the strategic city of Lyman, which has served as a Russian military hub in Donetsk, has been encircled and supply lines cut. “Lyman! The operation to encircle the Russian group is at the stage of completion,” said Ukrainian lawmaker Oleksiy Goncharenko on Friday. The claim could not be independently verified but, if confirmed, it would be one of the most serious Russian military losses of the war so far.Pro-Kremlin forces have conceded that the Ukrainians have made major gains in the region and are close to cutting off the Russian staging post in northern Donetsk, which has been under Russian control since July.Read more at The Daily Beast.
A view of Hurricane Ian's destruction on Florida's west coast
David Begnaud boards a chopper to get an aerial view of the enormity of Hurricane Ian's destruction on Florida's west coast. He also speaks to a family of four who had to be rescued by the Coast Guard.
Police Seek Help Identifying Hospitalized Man Found in Las Vegas Park
Police are asking anyone who may recognize the young man, who was found in August, to contact their missing persons unit.
How Much Will You Save on Medicare in 2023?
Americans covered by Medicare Part B will receive a $62.40 discount on their annual premiums in 2023.
Flamingos huddle in restroom during Hurricane Ian
A group of flamingos got a leg up on Hurricane Ian -- by hunkering down in a ladies room at a botanical garden in St. Petersburg.
Residents of Fort Myers assess damage to homes
CBS News visited some communities in Fort Myers. Manuel Bojorquez spoke to residents who survived the storm as they embark on a journey to recovery.
Looking at Aaron Judge’s free-agency ‘gamble,’ 61 home runs later
After turning down a sizable offer from the Yankees before the season, Aaron Judge bet on himself, and is now sure to cash in.
Amid EU-Russia Tensions, Azerbaijan Hopes To Up Energy Exports to Europe
The Southern Gas Corridor starts in Azerbaijan and sinks into the Adriatic, providing energy to Italy, Greece, and Bulgaria.
I’m a fitness influencer, here’s why respect is the secret to optimal health
"Respecting the body," she said, is the most important practice to partake in, especially when negative feelings about body image bubble up.
Eye Opener: Hurricane Ian targets South Carolina
Hurricane Ian moves to South Carolina after leaving catastrophic damage in southwestern and central Florida. Also, Russian President Putin is expected to formally annex four regions from Ukraine. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener.
Ian moves across Florida as a tropical storm
Cities in central and eastern Florida are attempting to pick up the pieces while rescue missions from massive storm surge flooding continue. Meg Oliver reports from St. Augustine.
Ginni Thomas testifies before Jan. 6 committee
Ginni Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, voluntary testified before the House January 6 committee on Thursday. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane reports.
Hurricane Ian expected to make second landfall in South Carolina
Ian is a hurricane again after regaining strength and is forecast to hit South Carolina, where a hurricane warning was issued for the entire coast. Mark Strassman reports.
Who Was Marilyn Monroe's Father? Charles Stanley Gifford Mystery Solved
In new film "Blonde," it is said that Marilyn Monroe's father is an actor, and not her mother's husband, Martin Mortensen, as stated on her birth certificate.
Family says nursing home fatally poisoned woman with juice, cleaner mix-up
Trudy Maxwell, a nursing-home resident at Atria, died after she drank an industrial cleaning product served in a juice cup, a lawsuit states.
Corporate Bond Doomsayers Are a Little Premature
Even if a recession is coming, it could be a while until the trouble hits companies’ ability to meet their debt obligations.
Clarence Thomas owes it to America to address Ginni Thomas' balmy conspiratorial beliefs
If Ginni Thomas is so convinced the 2020 presidential election was stolen that she's willing to say it to Congress, what does Clarence Thomas believe?