Washington State Reports First Coronavirus Death In U.S.Washington state health officials said Saturday a person has died of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. It is the first reported coronavirus death in the United States.
Former Ukraine Ambassador, Marie Yovanovitch, Testifies Before Congress TodayThe former Ukraine ambassador is next up in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
LIVE UPDATES: Trump Impeachment HearingThe House is holding the first public hearings of the impeachment probe, with two key diplomatic officials testifying before the Intelligence Committee.
Traffic Delays, Street Closures Expected During President Trump's Chicago VisitAs protesters and supports gather near Trump Tower Monday, street may be closed.
Chicago Communities Prepare For Possible ICE RaidsChicago areas are preparing for ICE raids and increasing fears surrounding the deportation threat.
Community Leaders Respond After Planned ICE Raids DelayedIn a tweet, President Trump said he's putting off the ICE raids for two weeks to give the Democrats and Republicans a chance to come to a compromise.
'I'm Afraid': Officials, Residents React To Possible ICE Raids In Chicago"I'm afraid thinking of Sunday...." is the thought one woman had after hearing about potential ICE raids in her neighborhood.
President Trump Calls Out Jussie Smollett On TwitterHours after Jussie Smollett was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, President Donald Trump called out the actor on Twitter.
Government To Reopen For Three Weeks After Trump Signs Short-Term DealPresident Donald Trump signed a short-term deal to end the shutdown after delays at the nation's airports and widespread disruptions brought new urgency to efforts to resolve the standoff.
Government Shutdown Taking A Toll On Illinois FarmersMany farmers count on government help, especially this time of year.
Some Fear TSA Screeners Might Quit If Pay Stops Coming Due To Government ShutdownOn day 16 of the government shutdown, a growing number of TSA screeners are calling in sick, raising concerns of longer wait times and missed flights in the days ahead.
Prosecutors: Cohen Evaded Taxes, Hid Millions In Chicago IncomePresident Donald Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen illegally hid millions of dollars in income he received in a financial arrangement with a Chicago taxi cab operator, federal prosecutors said Friday.
Chicago Sues Trump Administration Again Over GrantsThe City of Chicago has sued the U.S. Department of Justice again for withholding public safety grants for the "sanctuary city's" refusal to cooperate with the Trump administration's immigration enforcement policies.
Trump Says Chicago Should Revisit 'Stop-And-Frisk' TacticsPresident Donald Trump targeted Chicago again this week, calling for increased use of "the stop-and-frisk," practice, a law enforcement tactic that was taken out of practice years ago by the city due to criticism it encouraged racial profiling.
SHOWTIME To Premiere 'The Family Business: Trump And Taxes' On SundaySHOWTIME has announced they will premiere a new documentary short film called 'The Family Buisiness: Trump And Taxes,' on Sunday, October 7 at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT. Sunday night's premiere was directed by Emmy nominee Jenny Carchman and produced by Oscar nominees Liz Garbus and Justin Wilkes.