The GOP candidate for Illinois governor says he was ‘shocked’ by federal charges against Logan Square activist Lawrence Ligas.
The move gives the Latino Caucus months of negotiating room as it pushes for more majority-Latino wards.
A new Chicago ward map proposal would create the first majority-Asian ward and shrink majority-Black wards by two
The proposed map will continue to get debated through the new year, and there remains the possibility voters may ultimately get to decide how Chicago wards are drawn.
Former ally of indicted Madigan advisor speaks out for the first time about being implicated in explosive 2012 email that shook Springfield
Negotiations between the Black and Latino caucuses continue, but will Chicago aldermen get behind a map the public hasn’t yet seen?
The “Build Back Better” plan would allocate trillions of dollars to the nation’s infrastructure.
Illinois is getting $18 billion from the feds for infrastructure. Plans for spending it are trickling out.
President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan offers a big windfall and a “hallelujah moment” for Illinois with possible fixes to roads, transit and water lines.
Sen. Dick Durbin, a Democrat from Illinois, spoke with NPR about how Democrats plan to secure all 50 member votes needed to pass President Biden’s $2.2 trillion social spending bill.
President Biden is looking at options to bring down high prices. One possibility attracting a lot of attention is releasing crude oil from the country’s emergency reserves.