GOP U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger announced he won’t seek re-election and two sitting Democrats could be headed for a bitter primary fight.
Lawmakers end their fall session by backing new boundaries pitting Democratic U.S. Rep. Marie Newman against U.S. Rep. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia.
The U.S. economy likely slowed sharply in the third quarter as the delta variant and persistent supply chain woes weighed on growth. The months ahead should be better.
Majority Democrats also moved to close a loophole they say is being exploited by workers who want to skirt COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
Facebook’s internal documents show how the company prioritizes financial success over user well being.
The board president and chief executive were told that an unfolding probe involved 34 subjects at seven beaches and three pools, eight months before WBEZ made it public.
Bolstered by federal pandemic relief dollars, the budget approved Wednesday will include a property tax bump, city-sticker ticket tweaks and cash assistance for thousands of low-income families.
A day away from the state employee vaccine deadline, thousands of Illinois workers remain unvaccinated or have not reported their status
Gov. JB Pritzker made a deal Monday with some 7,000 state employees, but correctional workers in the state’s largest public worker union aren’t in it.
Often called the most corrupt city in America, the job of Chicago’s government watchdog isn’t easy.
Internal Facebook documents show how the pro-Trump Stop the Steal movement proliferated on the world’s biggest social network between the presidential election and the Jan. 6 insurrection.