Speaking at the Republic Window company on Monday, Blagojevich claims that "there's nothing but sunshine hanging over my head."
The day before his arrest, Blagojevich talks about a 'polite recommendation' he had for the Tribune's Editorial Board.
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley speaks to press about Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's arrest early Tuesday morning.
U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald calls Gov. Blagojevich's actions a "crime spree".
U.S. Atty Patrick Fitzgerald says Blagojevich demanded Tribune editorial board layoffs in exchange for Chicago Cubs sale approval, and details the governor's alleged scheme to gain from appointing a replacement to Obama's Senate seat.
According to Fitzgerald, Blagojevich says Tribune layoffs were not extensive enough, and Obama's senate seat is up for sale to highest bidder.
President-elect Obama, while meeting with former Vice-President Al Gore, said he was "saddened and sobered" by the arrest and allegations against Gov. Rod Blagojevich.