Pensions get all the attention when it comes to Illinois' collapsing finances. But there's another government-worker benefit also wreaking fiscal havoc – free and heavily-subsidized retiree health insurance for state workers.
Students at an Illinois college received an email on Tuesday offering "extra support and resources" for those struggling to "process" the 2018 midterm election results.
An exceptionally fast transportation system may be a step closer to Ohio. Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HyperloopTT) and German insurance company Munich Re said Monday that a set of core safety requirements and certification guidelines fo
Embattled Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is forming a task force that will analyze whether the city should establish a so-called "universal basic income" program, as they Mayor seeks to salvage his legacy - currently associated with Chicago's horrendous
We may never know why Rahm Emanuel decided to drop out of the Chicago mayoral race. But the media is certainly giving him a pass. They say he simply dropped out for fear of losing. But there's a far more likely reason than that.
Less than a month after black Chicagoans called Rahm Emanuel a "con man" as protesters expressed their outrage over the lack of economic development on the South and West Sides of the city, compared to the North Side, as gang violence continues to pl
"Every funeral home in the state knows that victims get $7,500 for a funeral and it's their goal to charge the entire amount because it's easy money,"
Violence in Chicago has been a problem for some time now. But it's now out-of-control with 74 people shot last week! The people committing the violence are responsible, but how has government helped to foster such an environment?
The two cousins had planned to settle in for a night of playing video games, but first, the boys, 15 and 17, wanted to walk to the nearby gas station for something to eat.
Dozens of people were wounded in shootings across Chicago since Friday, police said.
Wes Jackson was scouting for the upcoming hunting season in south Illinois when he came upon an incredible sight.
Chicago Alderman Ameya Pawar is worried about the future. He is concerned that a coming wave of automation could put millions of people out of work and result in more extreme politics.
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A police officer arrested an innocent woman for the crime of filming him from several feet away and then changed his story to claim she may have been armed.
Elon Musk's Boring Co. has won a bid to build a multibillion-dollar high-speed express train to Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
A day of phone calls by Barack Obama to his Hollywood buddies.