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Morning Shift: November 30, 2015

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What's easier — living in the here and now or five, 10 or even 20 into the future? We often consider our future selves when we put away money for retirement or save for a big vacation. But how much we think about our future self impacts the way we make decisions. We explore this idea. We also take a look at how Chicago’s present and future is being shaped by the continued relocation of companies to the downtown business district. Then, the author of the book "Six Word Memoirs on Love and Heartbreak" is back with a collection of wisdom dispensed in a half dozen words, called "The Best Advice in Six Words." And we look at uneven police narratives regarding civilian shootings.

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