Sex Offender Must Remain In State Custody, Judge RulesCarmen Thomas Protano, 58, is sexually violent, a DeKalb County judge determined, according to Attorney General Lisa Madigan’s office.
At Issue: Harold Wants Harassment Allegations To Be Taken SeriouslyErika Harold says there aren't enough witnesses of harassment who would admonish their colleagues to stop such behavior.
'Grotesquely Xenophobic' Bus Company Ad Prompts Civil Rights ProbeThe ad stated “passengers like you...you won't feel like you're in China when you're on our buses.”
At Issue: Sen. Raoul Touts Bipartisan Work For AG SpotAs he pushes his campaign for Attorney General, Sen. Raoul is banking on his record in Springfield to give him an advantage.
Scams On The Rise During The HolidaysThere's a clear tip-off to a rip-off -- anyone asking you to wire them money.
Ex-Gov. Pat Quinn To Run For Illinois Attorney GeneralQuinn's expected entry into the attorney general’s race makes a crowded primary election of eight Democrats.
Drury First Democrat To Jump Into AG Race After Madigan Bows OutScott Drury, who had been running for governor, decided to drop out of that race to run for attorney general.
Lisa Madigan Won't Run For Fifth Term As Illinois Attorney GeneralIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says she won't run for a fifth term next year.
Illinois Attorney General Pushes Student-Loan Transparency BillLike millions of others, Breia Harris says she called her loan servicer for help on how to tackle the bills.
Attorney General Sues Joliet Woman For Immigration Services ScamA suburban woman allegedly operated a scam to get Illinois residents to pay her thousands of dollars for unlicensed immigration services.
A Reminder: Hang Up When Phone Scammers Ask, 'Can You Hear Me?'The callers are trying to elicit a “yes” response, according to the Illinois Attorney General’s Office. Scammers can then use the recording to authorize fraudulent charges.
Madigan Reaches Settlement With Payday Lender For Illegal FeesThe settlement requires All Credit Lenders to pay $3.5 million and “immediately stop offering the revolving line of credit that carried hidden interest rates disguised as ‘required account protection fees’ ranging from 350 percent to more than 500 percent,” according to a statement from Madigan’s office.
Illinois AG: Duckworth Lawsuit Settlement FinalA settlement in the workplace retaliation lawsuit against Democratic U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth is final and the plaintiffs can't back out even if no paperwork was signed, the Illinois Attorney General's office said Thursday.
Attorney General: Be Wary Of Pre-Sale 'Hamilton' OffersIllinois' attorney general is warning theater-goers to be wary of websites offering tickets to the mega-hit musicals "Hamilton" and "Aladdin" before they go on sale to the general public.
Feds, Madigan Shut Down Company Creating "Phantom Debts"Federal and state authorities have shut down a Westmont-based operation accused of harassing people around the country into paying debts they don’t owe.