Illinois Settles With Scotland Bank Over Mortgage SecuritiesIllinois has reached a $20 million settlement with the Royal Bank of Scotland resulting from the bank's marketing and sale of mortgage-backed securities a decade ago.
'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.”
Scams On The Rise During The HolidaysThere's a clear tip-off to a rip-off -- anyone asking you to wire them money.
Madigan Subpoenas Massage Envy After Sexual Misconduct ComplaintsIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan issued subpoenas to find out more about the sexual misconduct complainants against Massage Envy spas.
AG Lisa Madigan Files Lawsuit Against Student Loan Debt Relief Scam As Part Of Nationwide CrackdownAttorney General Lisa Madigan announced Friday a lawsuit against the operators of an alleged student loan debt relief scam that took advantage of student loan borrowers.
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.
Court Won't Halt State Employee Paychecks During Illinois Budget ImpasseAttorney General Lisa Madigan argued stopping pay is constitutional and will hasten an agreement.
Rauner Questions AG Madigan's Maneuver To Halt State Workers' PayGov. Bruce Rauner told reporters he’s very upset and disappointed that Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has asked a judge to lift a court order allowing state workers to get paid during the protracted ongoing budget stalemate with Democratic lawmakers.
Ill. Attorney General Asks Court To Block State Payroll, To Spur Budget DealLisa Madigan argues that court-ordered payments to state workers is giving lawmakers and the governor an excuse to dawdle.
Madigan: Check Sex Offender Registry Before Trick-Or-TreatingIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is reminding parents to check the state’s sex offender registry ahead of Halloween trick-or-treating.
Attorney General Warns Residents About Alternative Energy ScamsIllinois’ attorney general was out warning South Side residents about the unscrupulous practices of some alternative energy companies that scam people into signing up with them.
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.