Progressive Challenger Marie Newman Defeats Longtime Congressman Dan Lipinski In 3rd District RematchA member of the Lipinski family has held that seat since 1983.
Jim Oberweis To Face U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood, Jeanne Ives To Face U.S. Rep. Sean Casten In Key Congressional RacesAs Democrats seek to maintain their control of the U.S. House of Representatives in November, two freshman Democrats in Illinois will be key to that goal.
Congress Makes Lynching A Federal Crime, 65 Years After TillThe bill, introduced by Illinois Rep. Bobby Rush and named after Till, comes 120 years after Congress first considered anti-lynching legislation and after dozens of similar efforts were defeated.
Congress Goes On Recess Without Route 66 Preservation FundsRoute 66, also called the "Mother Road," was born in 1926 after the Bureau of Public Roads launched the nation's first federal highway system, bringing together existing local and state roads from Chicago through St. Louis to Los Angeles.
Lawmakers Will Quiz New FAA Chief Over Review Of Boeing 737 MaxThe head of the Federal Aviation Administration will face questions next week from a congressional panel about the agency’s review of the Boeing 737 Max, which has been grounded since two crashes that killed 346 people.
Admitted Nazi Arthur Jones Running For Congress Again In Bid To Challenge Rep. Dan LipinskiUnlike his previous attempts to defeat Congressman Dan Lipinski, this time Arthur Jones is not the only Republican in the race.
As Public Hearings In Trump Impeachment Probe Begin, Congressman Quigley Says White House Should Let President's Advisors TestifyQuigley said, if the Trump administration truly wanted to hear first-hand evidence in the impeachment inquiry, the White House wouldn’t be blocking any of Trump’s top aides from testifying.
Indiana Congressman Pete Visclosky Won't Seek Re-Election In 2020Longtime northwest Indiana Congressman Pete Visclosky announced Wednesday he would not seek re-election in 2020, after 35 years in office.
Boeing CEO Admits Design Issues With 737 MAX As Another Critical Internal Email Is Made PublicThe House Transportation Committee has been investigating two Boeing crashes, which together killed 346 people, and is also scrutinizing the Federal Aviation Administration's procedures for certifying aircraft.
Boeing CEO Admits Mistakes In 737 Max Design; Sen. Jon Tester Says 'I Would Walk Before I Would Get On A 737 Max""We cannot have a race for commercial airplanes become a race to the bottom when it comes to safety," Sen. Maria Cantwell, the committee's top Democrat, said.
Boeing CEO To Congress: 'We Understand And Deserve This Scrutiny'"I want to answer all of your questions and convey to the world that we are doing everything in our power to make our airplanes and our industry safer and prevent an accident like this from ever happening again," he told the Senate Commerce Committee.