Attorney General Candidates Spar Over Campaign ContributionsEight Democrats and one Republican running for Illinois Attorney General took part in a debate at the Thompson Center.
Lawmaker Wants To Punish Price GougersA state lawmaker is pushing a measure that would crack down on drug manufacturers that unjustifiably raise the prices of generic prescription drugs.
Four Chicago Alderman Back Fritz KaegiBerrios says the aldermen voted for the highest property tax increase in history, while he's been doing outreach in communities of color.
Durbin: Congress Has To Take On The Gun Lobby"Congress by now should have passed a law to ban them. Period."
Ives Attacks Rauner Over New Legionnaires' Disease CasesJeanne Ives is lashing out at Gov. Bruce Rauner over new cases of Legionnaires' Disease at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy.
Alderman Quinn Ducks Questions About Scandal Involving His Brother And Speaker MadiganAlderman Quinn hadn’t been seen in public much since his brother was fired for sexually harassing a campaign worker working for Speaker Mike Madigan's political committees.
Female Ford Workers Describe Decades Of Harassment At Chicago PlantsAldermen held another hearing Tuesday morning on reports of sexual harassment at two Ford Motor Company plants in Chicago, and how those complaints were handled.
Coalition Launches Clean Energy InitiativeThe Illinois Clean Jobs Coalition launched a new statewide conversation on clean energy.
National School Walkout Planned After Florida ShootingStudents have called for a 17-minute walkout in March to "protest Congress' inaction to do more than tweet thoughts and prayers."
At Issue: Cook County Assessor CandidatesThe Democratic primary is a head-to-head contest between incumbent Assessor Joseph Berrios and newcomer Fritz Kaegi.
Berrios Vows To Make Recommended ChangesAssessor Joseph Berrios vows to make any changes recommended by an independent team that's found fault with the county's assessment system.