Pritzker Under Fire As Dem Candidates Meet With TribuneTaxes, tapes and toilets -- just three of the topics when the Democratic candidates for governor get together in the same room. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
Rauner Readies Deluxe Attack AdRepublican Gov. Bruce Rauner says he has the entire FBI-taped conversation between ex-Gov. Rod Blagojevich and J.B. Pritkzer, and he wants to air it all.
Women Elected Officials Share #MeToo StoriesA new Chicago ordinance takes effect next month, establishing sexual harassment training and a new city hotline to report violations.
Ken Dunkin Wants His Job BackDunkin wants to return to the Capitol, saying he's seeking a comeback due to demand from 5th District voters who feel let down.
In Tweet, President Trump Says Durbin 'Blew' Deal On DACA President Trump escalated a political fight over immigration on Monday.
Haitian-Americans Push Back At Trump ExpletiveChicago has a Haitian-American population estimated at 50,000.
Silverstein Faces Ballot Challenge Amid Sexual Harassment AllegationsIllinois State Sen. Ira Silverstein, the only state lawmaker publicly accused of sexual harassment, is fighting for his political life.
Rauner Ends Stay At Quincy Veterans Home, Vows To Revitalize FacilityAfter his weeklong stay at the troubled home, Gov. Bruce Rauner promises to make sure a Legionnaires' outbreak doesn't happen again.
Lawmakers Hold Hearing On Legionnaires' Outbreak At Quincy Veterans HomeIllinois lawmakers are seeking reassurance from the Rauner Administration that everything is being done to prevent another outbreak.
Kim Foxx Concerned With 'Justice, Not Convictions'Foxx says one of her biggest achievements is that so many convicts now believe they can depend on her office for a fair shake.
Rauner Gets Mixed Reviews While Staying At Veterans HomeGov. Bruce Rauner prepared to spend his third night at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy, with first lady Diana scheduled to join him.
Snow Plow, Garbage Truck Drivers' Union Threaten Strike VoteThe union suggests Chicago's plows could be idle when they're needed most due to a contract negotiation.