President Barack Obama came to Chicago to talk about his executive order on immigration, but the events in Ferguson just prompted an impassioned response at the Copernicus Center on the Northwest Side.
Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West Little League baseball team has made the obligatory champions’ visit to the White House.
He might want to spend more time thinking about the Bobcats — or the Hornets,” Barack Obama says.
There has been grumbling among aldermen and others who balked at the idea of naming a school on the city’s near North Side after a president whose political career was launched on the South Side.
“You did us proud,” Barack Obama told them.
An expert on global affairs agrees with President Obama’s stance against sending American troops to deal with a growing insurgency in Iraq. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
The U.S. Patent Office called the Redskins nickname “disparaging of Native Americans.”
“We have to change a culture that says, ‘suck it up,'” President Obama said.
How about a day-night doubleheader, with one game at the Cell and one at Wrigley?
Some Near North Side residents don’t want park land to be absorbed by Mayor Emanuel’s proposal. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports.
Robinson failed to lead the Beavers to an NCAA Tournament in six seasons.
After insensitive racially-charged remarks, Donald Sterling is in danger of losing his Clippers.
Governor Quinn is staying out of the argument over Thursday’s unusual Illinois House Executive Committee vote on state financing for an Obama presidential library.
Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan has co-sponsored the measure. He said it’s a good idea, even if the state continues to face financial challenges.
Red Sox slugger Ortiz pounced at a rare opportunity.
President and bracketologist Barack Obama has gone a respectable 14-3 so far in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
March Madness is a lifeline in an otherwise barren winter sports calendar, an essential bridge between football and baseball
As it turns out, he was half right.
The four Republican candidates for Illinois governor made their cases for becoming the party’s nominee Thursday in their final televised primary debate — an evening that lacked the fiery exchanges of their previous meetings but was packed with more personal moments.
President Barack Obama celebrated a special young man and a special program on Thursday.