Despite a federal lawsuit, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Wednesday he will move forward next year with a plan to phase out taxpayer-funded health care subsidies for tens of thousands of retired city workers.
The government may have shut down this week, but the Affordable Care Act is marching forward. The state and federal websites were live by early Tuesday morning. But many people encountered glitches, delays, and error messages.
With a government shut-down looming, we discuss how it affects government agencies as well as the general public. Bruce Japsen explains the ins and outs of the Obamacare marketplace exchanges that are launching, and the Rhythm of Rajasthan perform. (Photo: Flickr/Phil Roeder)
We take a look at the growing problem of heroin addiction in the suburbs. We also hear from Evanston playwright, Dan Noonan, and his new award winning play, "Set Up".Photo: Flickr/obviously_c[View the story "Morning Shift: Heroin addiction in the suburbs" on Storify]