McDonald's Says It's Offering Training To Combat HarassmentThe labor group Fight for $15 filed 25 sexual harassment charges against Chicago-based McDonald's with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The American Civil Liberties Union and the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund are providing legal support.
Lawsuit Seeks To Block Indiana Ban On Abortion ProcedureFederal courts have blocked similar laws in others states, but Indiana anti-abortion groups hope Justice Brett Kavanaugh's addition has pushed the U.S. Supreme Court further to the right on abortion questions.
'A System Is Broken,' Death Of 2-Year-Old Sparks Concern Over DCFS CaseloadsThe death of a 2-year-old Chicago boy, tragically beaten to death while under the watch of the DCFS, has sparked concern.
Report: Black Motorists Stopped, Searched More Than OthersIn Chicago, African-American drivers accounted for 61 percent of all traffic stops in 2017 while making up 31 percent of the city's population.
Illinois Officials Agree To Settle Prison Health LawsuitA court-appointed expert would guide the overhaul of health care for Illinois prison inmates in a proposed federal consent decree filed Thursday.
Trump Criticizes Chicago's 'Shooting Wave,' Mayor Responds"Overall gun violence is down about 20 percent in the city."
Illinois Officer Claims Pregnancy Discrimination For A 2nd TimeJennifer Panattoni claims the Frankfort Police Department refused to assign her to non-patrol duties or provide a protective vest that covered her growing belly.
Trump Administration To Detain Migrant Families LongerThe move angered immigrant rights advocates and is all but certain to trigger a court battle.
California To Become First State To Eliminate Bail For Suspects Awaiting TrialOther states including New Jersey, Alaska and New Mexico have overhauled their bail systems.
Trump Administration Outlines Plan To Reunify Separated Children With Deported ParentsThere are currently 365 separated children with parents outside the US in the care of the Department of Health and Human Services, according to the submitted plan.
Norfolk Southern Defends Use Of 'Bait Trucks' To Prevent Freight Theft, Despite Criticism From Alderman, ACLUA major railroad is fighting back against accusations it's trying to lure people into stealing goods from freight cars.
Trump Administration, ACLU Divided On Family ReunificationsThe ACLU, which sued on behalf of separated parents, called for the government to take "significant and prompt steps."
Separated Families Decry Conflicting Information As Reunification Deadline PassesFifty-four immigrant children separated from their parents will be reunited with their families Tuesday – just a few more than half of the 102 children under five years old the government was court-ordered to reunite by today.
Officers Can Take Your Cash And It’s LegalThe CBS 2 Investigators expose law enforcement confiscating money - even when there is no crime. One man lost tens of thousands of dollars and reached out to CBS 2's Dave Savini.
Eye In The Sky Or Spy In The Sky? Debate Over Drone Cameras In Public SpacesThe proposal was sparked by last year's Las Vegas massacre.