Donald Trump: I Would Beat Oprah In 2020Responding to reports that Oprah Winfrey is considering a bid for the White House, President Trump said he would beat the talk show star in 2020, adding it would "be a lot of fun."
'She'd Get My Vote:' Kim Foxx Backs Idea For Oprah 2020Cook County States Attorney Kimberly Foxx is not laughing at all the talk of media superstar Oprah Winfrey considering a run for the White House.
Outgoing NIU President To Get $600,000 Severance DealNorthern Illinois University will pay President Doug Baker about $600,000 plus benefits when he steps down later this month.
It's Official: President Barbie Has Female Veep
Shedd Aquarium Names New CEOThe aquarium's Board of Trustees announced Wednesday that Bridget Coughlin will begin leading the aquarium in the spring. She will take over from Ted Beattie, who announced in April he planned to step down following a 22-year tenure.
President Of Chicago Consulting Firm Believes In Continuous Delivery Of PromisesCarlos Suastegui, President of TAS Technical Consulting, Inc. in Chicago, works with partners and clients to help solve their problems in an effective and efficient manner.
Boers: 50 Years Later, Remembering The Assassination Of JFK I was 13 years old and had myself strategically placed in the back of my 8th grade Art class at Steger Central Junior high.
Baffoe: Presidential Snub Makes Some '72 Dolphins Even More InsufferablePeople like Jim Langer, Manny Fernandez, and Bob Kuechenberg need to ask themselves what they’re really accomplishing here. What they feel is noble is in actuality quite petty.
Local High School Students To Attend Inauguration14 local high school students are heading to Washington this morning to watch President Obama's swearing in ceremony.
Adler Getting New Museum LeaderThe Adler Planetarium is getting a new leader: a woman who describes herself as an amateur astronomer.
Walter's Perspective: Obama's Voting Stunt An Expensive OneIt was a good photo opportunity: President Obama returning to his hometown to cast an early ballot. CBS 2's Walter Jacobson has a problem with it, though.