We take a look at the battle between some U.S. Senators and Chicago aldermen over the legacy of Eliot Ness. Plus, a deeper look at the efforts to revamp how Illinois pays for education, and the music of Malian artist Habib Koite.
We get a post-Sochi games wrap-up from Chicago Tribune reporter Stacy St. Clair. Also, what's the future of drug policy? And, we talk with the director of a new film that looks at the battle over gay rights within the black community.
A proposed bill in the state Senate would fine smokers who light up with kids in the car. But, does a ticket really prevent people from lighting up? We hear from smokers and those looking to curb the addiction.
The new documentary "Food Patriots" follows a family on the search for a healthier-and more informed-way to put dinner on the table. We talk to filmmaker Jeff Spitz. And, we celebrate 50 years of "The Giving Tree."