A Chicago area businesswoman is proving all it takes to make a difference is a big heart. She’s helped hundreds of women start their lives over again in the U.S., after they were victims of human trafficking halfway around the world.
It has been an annual tradition for White, who at one time was on the other end of the receiving line.
Dangerous bacteria could be lurking in your shower head without you even knowing it. Cases of chronic non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) infection have increased steadily in recent years, and unfortunately there’s not much we can do to avoid it.
As CBS 2’s Susan Carlson reports, more moms and dads are finding themselves making the payments on their children’s student loans just when they should be saving for retirement.
Former Chicago Public Schools chief executive officer Paul Vallas says teachers never came close to a strike during his tenure in the 1990s and early 2000s, but times – and the national debate about education reform – have changed.
You may have heard of “do not track” or seen new privacy options on your Internet browser, and even on Web ads. But what does it mean, and is your privacy really protected?
Besides cow milk, consumers have alternatives made from coconut, soy, rice and almonds. But which is the best?
Imagine if your online activity could determine whether you got a job, a mortgage, a date or even just free stuff.
A new type of therapy is gaining popularity to relieve anxiety, phobias and even headaches. CBS 2′s Susan Carlson reports.
You’re watching your diet and nothing is different, but suddenly you notice you’re gaining weight. As CBS 2’s Susan Carlson reports, the problem could be the medications you’re taking.
Are companies putting you and your family at risk? They’re supposed to report to the Consumer Product Safety Commission when they are told of someone being injured using something they made, but more companies are being fined by the government for not reporting problem products.
Long gone from her renowned talk show in Chicago now, Oprah Winfrey talked Monday about the challenge of building her own TV network in an exclusive interview on CBS This Morning.
It’s a familiar problem: gossiping. How much is too much when it comes to talking about coworkers behind their backs?
It’s been a little-known beauty secret to the stars for several years, but now it’s catching on across the country.
Have you ever wondered why you never got that raise you were hoping for? You could be getting on your boss’ nerves.
Four thousand climbers took part in the 15th annual Hustle up the Hancock at the John Hancock Center Sunday.
Despite the staggering popularity of online dating, a new review of research points to some problems. CBS 2′s Susan Carlson reports.
One week from Sunday, thousands of people will climb to the top of the John Hancock Center to raise money for the Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago.
Next month, more than 4,000 people will climb 94 floors all the way to the top of the John Hancock Center to raise money for breathing problems, and one man knows what it’s like to gasp for air.
So many of us are running around ragged and not getting enough sleep, but imagine feeling like you’ve had a full night’s rest in just 20 minutes.