Laurel Or Yanny? What Do You Hear?In the latest debate to divide the Internet, it’s not a question of what you see, but what you hear: Yanny or Laurel?
Pritzker's Call With Blagojevich Grist For Dems At Carbondale DebatePritzker says there was nothing sinister or illegal about the wiretapped phone call he made to Blagojevich about a job nine years ago.
Chicagoans Have An Alternative Answer To: Tennis Shoes or Sneakers?Although Chicagoans, compared to the rest of the Midwest, do not answer differently to most questions, there is one specific question, they answer different than most: What do you call athletic footwear?
Illinois Comptroller Candidates To Meet In Televised DebateThe major party candidates running for Illinois comptroller are set to square off in their only televised debate.
VP Candidates' Job Will Be To Defend Bosses; Avoid Giant Gaffes At DebateThe goal for each will be to defend their bosses and avoid any giant gaffes.
Kirk, Duckworth Square Off In First Debate For U.S. Senate SeatGOP incumbent Mark Kirk faced off against Democratic challenger Tammy Duckworth at the Chicago Tribune editorial board. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley reports.
Did The First Presidential Debate Change Any Minds?Did the first Clinton-Trump debate change any minds?
Garcia Calls Lucas Museum On Lakefront 'Monument To Darth Vader,' But Emanuel Defends SiteChicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia are disagreed over whether "Star Wars" creator George Lucas' museum should be located along the city's lakefront.
Mayoral Candidates Tangle Over City Finances, Red-Light Cameras At First DebateIn a rapid-fire hour of questions and answers, Emanuel sounded definitive about the city’s budget problems and how to solve them, while Garcia, a Cook County commissioner, sought to cast doubt on the incumbent’s plans.
Emanuel, Rivals Spar Over Budget, Pensions At Second DebateMayor Rahm Emanuel and his challengers addressed the city’s budget and crippling pension debt in their second formal debate on Friday, and the mayor left the door open just a tiny bit on a possible property tax hike.
Mayoral Candidates Seek To Define Themselves At First DebateThe candidates for mayor squared off in the first of five debates on Tuesday, when they met with the Chicago Tribune editorial board.
Quinn, Rauner Square Off Over Minimum WageTuesday night’s debate was held at the DuSable Museum of African American History on Chicago’s South Side.