President Barack Obama is expected in Chicago to discuss his executive actions that could extend legal protection to as many as 5 million immigrants living in the U.S. illegally.
Who could have imagined it? A dog lost in Highland Park is found, thanks to a woman in Poland. How did it happen? CBS 2’s Mike Parker has this Original Report.
A man convicted of making false terrorist threats during the NATO Summit in 2012 has been deported to Poland after serving his sentence, federal officials said.
ne of Chicago’s best-known boxers faces deportation after being in the United States for 21 years.
It should probably be considered a good thing that soccer fans in Ukraine and Poland are so ugly. That the racist, anti-Semitic, xenophobic behavior on display at European soccer matches still has the capacity to stand out is testament to how far – and how quickly — our own country has evolved
Gov. Pat Quinn and Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski flew to Marseilles on Sunday to visit National Guard troops.
Chicago is the largest Polish city outside of Poland, with more than 1 million people in the Chicago area considering themselves to be Polish. So, you can imagine they are excited about the delegation of Polish leaders who will visit Chicago for the NATO summit in less than two weeks.
A man from Poland has been ordered held for court, after being accused of in a plot to kill six people for breaking up his marriage.
Several Chicago aldermen and other local politicians with Polish roots — or Polish American constituents — are pushing a resolution in the City Council to ask the federal government to do away with the visa requirement for Polish citizens.
A Chicago area family has begun a new chapter of life, and for the first time in 22 years, their immigration status is no longer in doubt.
Four years after they were separated by deportation, a family is about to be reunited today at O’Hare International Airport.
Thousands of the faithful at the Vatican for Easter on Sunday will remain in Rome for the beatification of Pope John Paul II next week. Hundreds of Chicagoans also plan to make the journey.
Christmastime brings people and traditions together from around the world, and CBS 2’s Don Schwenneker talked with one Chicagoan who wanted to find out the reason behind some of the traditions.