The Carry Out 5-16-16: “If you have to stay at the airport overnight they give you a cot but you have to use your depression and despair as a blanket”

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Travelers line up at a security check point at O'Hare International Airport. (Antonio Perez/ Chicago Tribune)

The Carry Out is the nightly segment where Justin reads the newspaper so you don’t have to. Tonight’s top stories include long lines continuing at American airports, Sinead O’Connor not missing anymore, a big cocaine bust in Panama, affluent millennials flooding the Chicago housing market, a Pirates pitcher believing that the Cubs aren’t the best team in baseball, the Sox losing the last couple of series, the Golden State Warriors taking on the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Bulls getting ready for the NBA Draft Lottery, the Sky winning their home opener, the Blues leading their series against San Jose, the Bears wrapping up mini-camp and a robot recreating a Nobel Prize winning physics experiment.

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