President Trump's 100th Day Brings Nationwide ProtestsThousand protested Saturday nationwide, criticizing the President in his first 100 days in office.
Former Schools CEO Byrd-Bennett To Be Sentenced In Bribery CaseBarbara Byrd-Bennett, 67, faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to mail fraud.
Feds Seek Records From Company Co-Owned By Clerk Dorothy BrownProsecutors have ordered the disclosure of financial records tied to a company co-owned by Cook County Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown.
Gov. Rauner, Speaker Madigan Have Rare Face-To-Face MeetingBoth sides in the intense political duel issued carefully worded statements about the budget-related meeting today in Springfield.
Emanuel Cool To Trump Tax PlanAlso expressing concerns about the Trump tax plan were U.S. Tammy Duckworth and Rep. Jan Schakowsky, both Democrats.
Kurt Summers Won't Run For Governor, Backs J.B. PritzkerChicago City Treasurer Kurt Summers has decided not to run for governor, and is throwing his support behind fellow Democrat J.B. Pritzker.
Activists Gather In Springfield To Protect Abortion RightsDozens of women descended on Springfield on Tuesday to protest Gov. Rauner's flip-flopped position on abortion.
California Judge Blocks Trump Order On Sanctuary City MoneyChicago leaders, including Mayor Rahm Emanuel, have been defiant that the city will not act as immigration agents for the federal government.
Lawmakers Seek Vote On Abortion Bill As Women Rally At State CapitolHundreds of activists marched on the Illinois State Capitol on Tuesday, declaring women do not have equality in the U.S.
High Schooler Stands Out On Stage With Obama, College Students, GradsOn a panel that mostly consisted of college students and graduates, Kenwood Academy senior Ayanna Watkins was the only high school student.
Undocumented Immigrants Warned To Stay Away From AirportsAn immigration lawyer has advice for undocumented immigrants who plan to pick up someone at the airport... don't.
Obama Talks About Plans For His "Next Job" - Preparing New LeadershipThe forum was former President Barack Obama’s first public event and first public visit to Chicago since leaving the office in January.