Facebook, Twitter Chiefs Face Lawmakers Amid Election Security ConcernsCongress has sharply criticized the social media companies over the last year as it has become clear that they were at the forefront of Russia's interference in the 2016 elections.
1 In 4 U.S. Adults Has A Disability, CDC SaysNew government research finds 61 million U.S. adults – about 1 in 4 Americans – have a disability that impacts a major part of their life.
Laurel Or Yanny? It's All PerceptionA simple question posted on Instagram has everyone moving in to give a listen.
Convicted Cop Killer Jackie Wilson Hopes For A New Trial, Dozens Of Police Attend HearingDozens of Chicago police officers were on hand Tuesday for a hearing to determine whether convicted cop killer Jackie Wilson will get a new trial.
Staredown Continues Over Illinois School FundingIllinois House Democrats brought together school superintendents to blast Gov. Rauner's recent school funding veto.
Officer Van Dyke Takes Stand In Laquan McDonald HearingSome statements made by Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke -- made the night Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times – are admissible as evidence, a judge ruled.
Blagojevich Attorneys Ask For Another Appeals Court HearingA month after his 14-year prison sentence was affirmed, lawyers for Blagojevich asked for another hearing before the three-judge panel.
Study Finds Adults Of All Ages Concerned About Long-Term Affects Of Loud NoisesA new study finds that adults of all ages are concerned about what loud noises may be doing to affect their ability to hear as they get older.
House Committee Grills Airlines In Wake Of United Passenger DraggingHouse Transportation Commitee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) said "something is broken" and the airlines all agreed they can do better.
Chicago Aldermen Grill United, Airport Officials Over Passenger-Dragging DebacleThe vice president of United's Chicago hub came to City Hall to offer an apology for the incident seen on social media.
Board To Hear Case For Marijuana For PTSD, Other ConditionsMonday's hearing is a step toward expanding the Illinois medical marijuana program to include PTSD and other conditions. An advisory board made up of patients, nurses, doctors and a pharmacist will hear testimony. The board will make recommendations to the Illinois Department of Public Health.