$1.5 Billion Mega Millions Jackpot Claimed In South CarolinaSome thought the winner was so overwhelmed at seeing the winning numbers pop up that he or she died on the spot. Others speculated that the winning ticket had been purchased by an office pool and was now the subject of litigation.
Conway: Op-ed Writer Wanted To 'Create Chaos'A wave of top administration officials condemned the piece and denied authoring it, and Trump called for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate who authored the piece, although it offers no indication of a crime.
New Tip Line Allows Callers To Remain Anonymous When Reporting CrimeThe Chicago Crime Commission has set up a new crime reporting hotline that is targeted at the city’s most dangerous communities.
Chicago Man Pleads Guilty In New York Hacking CaseA self-described anarchist and "hacktivist" from Chicago pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges he illegally accessed computer systems of law enforcement agencies and government contractors.
Chicago Man Denied Bail Before NYC Hacking TrialA New York judge has refused to grant bail to a Chicago man charged in a conspiracy to hack into corporations and government agencies worldwide.
Blago Jurors To Remain Anonymous Until Day After VerdictThe federal judge presiding over the corruption trial of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich said he won't release the names of the jurors until the day after the verdict in Blagojevich's second trial.