(CNN) – In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, Barack Obama built his campaign on “change” - change in Washington, change in the way candidates run a presidential campaign, and change in the nation’s history when he is sworn as the first African-American president. But what about change in Chicago? CNN’s Alina Cho has the details.
Also: Controversy surrounds the way the Central Intelligence Agency currently attains information from the most dangerous men in the world. When Obama takes office will he end the use of torture and close Guantanamo, or will he be forced to re-assess for security reasons? CNN’s Kelli Arena asks the president-elect what measures currently employed by the CIA will be tolerated in his upcoming administration.
Plus: He was elected by the people to serve as the 44th president of the United States - but some foes, unswayed by the evidence, continue to insist Barack Obama is ineligible to be sworn in. A lawsuit contesting the president-elect’s status as a natural-born U.S. citizen is being taken all the way to the Supreme Court. CNN’s Kelli Arena reports.
Finally: The Detroit Free Press sends a plea to Congress Thursday: “Invest in America... you don’t want all this blood on your hands.” CNN’s Dana Bash is covering the story.
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