Rauner Signs Bill Providing State Insurance Coverage For AbortionsIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed legislation that would provide state health insurance and Medicaid coverage for abortions.
Woodlawn Pastor Opens New Community Job Training CenterRev. Corey Brooks unveiled the Project HOOD Leadership and Economic Opportunity Center at a former Walgreens store at 63rd and King.
Chicago Announces Massive Committee To Lure AmazonMayor Rahm Emamuel wasn't shy about touting Chicago as the right place at the right time for Amazon's second headquarters.
Gov. Rauner Weighs Abortion-Rights BillHouse Bill 40 would guarantee abortion remain legal in Illinois, even if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade; it would extend insurance for abortion to Medicaid patients and state workers.
Chicago Delegation Heading To Amazon's Seattle HeadquartersLeaders from both the city and the state are heading to Seattle Tuesday to begin their push for the online retailing giant.
Rauner Resists Emanuel's Call For 'Illinois Dreamers' Bill Of Rights'The mayor is calling on the governor to establish what Emanuel calls an “Illinois Dreamers’ Bill of Rights.”
Rauner Vetoes Measure To Raise Illinois Minimum Wage To $15 An HourThe state's minimum wage is $8.25. The proposal would raise it incrementally until 2022.
Governor Bruce Rauner Ousts Top Aides Gov. Rauner has once again purged his top aides, this time following their response to a controversial political cartoon that some found racist.
School-Funding Political Cartoon Continues To Dog Gov. RaunerThe illustration was created by the conservative think tank that has largely taken control of Republican Rauner's entire communications operations. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
Gov. Rauner Calls Immigration-Rights Bill ReasonableThe TRUST Act would limit Illinois law enforcement’s involvement in federal immigration control efforts.
Rauner: Trump Comments On Virginia Violence 'Damage America'Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner says President Donald Trump's comments about a deadly attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia "damage America."
Gov. Rauner Changes Course, Calls Virginia Violence Domestic TerrorismGov. Rauner at first would not call the attack in Virginia an act of domestic terrorism.